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Installing Your Home Generator

If you’re like most, you’re probably wondering what’s involved with a generator installation. Well, you’ve come to the right place.

Where do I start?

One thing to keep in mind – this is not a DIY project. It all begins with a home visit from us.

We will help you choose the perfect size generator, the right fuel source and the best installation locations for your generator and transfer switch.

What's involved?

Most installations take a day or two. And we will take care of it all. We’ll coordinate a team of licensed electricians and plumbers to make sure the job’s done right.

Here’s how it works:

The licensed electrician will install your transfer switch first.
After that's installed, the team will move your generator in place.
Electric lines will then be connected from your transfer switch to your generator.
Once electric is hooked up, your pipefitter will make the proper connections from the fuel source to the generator.
After electric and fuel is hooked up, your generator is ready to start and protect your home or business.

Get a Quote

Just give us a call or fill out the form and one of our representatives will set up a time to provide a free consultation. We'll talk about your specific needs and provide a quote on a backup power product and installation that is right for you.

No charge or obligation, simple as that.


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Guerrera & Sons Electric Inc.

5054 West Chester Pike
Newtown Square, PA 19073

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Guerrera & Sons Electric is a five-star-rated, Service Magic-certified electrical contractor that specializes in the installation, maintenance and repair of power systems. About Us

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