A bad thunderstorm can bring down power lines and knock out electricity, and more frequent extreme and unpredictable weather—tornadoes, hurricanes, unexpected cold and ice storms—can leave you without power for days. A backup propane home generator comes on within seconds of a power failure to keep your lights on and your refrigerator, furnace and a/c running until the utilities get the lines repaired.
Propane generators are quiet, extremely efficient and clean-burning, with low emissions, and they are less expensive to run than gas-powered options.
Our knowledgeable team of pros can help you choose the best size and type of generator for your home and needs. We offer a wide selection, from “essential power” models that will keep key equipment such as your refrigerator, heat and lights running, to whole-house generators that can manage the demands of most extra-large homes, even during extended outages.
Parker Gas sells, installs and services reliable Briggs & Stratton propane generators. Come by one of our convenient showrooms in Smithfield, Newton Grove, Fayetteville, Wilmington and Clinton, or contact us for more information today.