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Casco Bay Generators offers Free Assessments on Residential Generator Systems and Services

When it comes to preparing your home for the next storm, Casco Bay Generators has you covered with the generator to protect your family and home when experiencing power outages. We offer free assessments to make sure that you get the exact generator for your home and family to weather any storm. You can also come into our fantastic showroom, and a well-trained customer service representative will assist in getting you the right generator. Don’t let your family get left out in the cold this winter. Call Casco Bay Generators Today.

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Keep Your Family Comfortable During Outages

It is essential to have a backup generator for your home so that you and your family have warm water, your food stays cold, and the family remains comfortable with a properly working heating and cooling system. It’s also good to have so that your communication doesn’t go down and you can have constant access to what is going on throughout the storm.

These machines run off of your home’s natural or LP gas, so there is no concern for refueling. We offer between 10 and 150 Kilowatts. We have a machine for every sized home.

Portable Generator Services

Portable generators are another great option for your home, but they are built for limited electrical use. They are essential for tailgating, job sites, and other mobile activities. CBG can install a switch inside your existing electric panel and a receptacle in a convenient location outside to allow for the safe operation of your portable generator. All you need to do is plug your generator in, pull the cord, and flip a few switches in your panel.

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