Whole-House Generator Services
Servicing Spokane & Coeur d’ Alene
At VPC Electric we are the one-stop resource for all your residential and commercial generator installation and service needs. We are also a Generac certified dealership and can help you decide on what whole-home generator solution is right for you! If you're thinking about installing a home generator in the Spokane or Coeur d' Alene area give us a call today!
Never Be Without Power Again With a Home Generator System
Home generators give you the power you need to run the essential home systems during a power outage. Having an emergency backup house generator can give yourself and your family the peace of mind knowing your lights, refrigerator, well pump, and furnace will keep working.
The negative impact of loosing power to your home can be massive depending on what time of year it is. Spokane, Post Falls, and Coeur d’ Alene often have cold unforgiving winters that can cause large amounts of damage to your home in a powerless state. Frozen pipes bursting, flooding basements, spoiled food, and mold infiltration are just a few of the issues that can occur without power.
Our technicians can help you select the right generator for your personalized situation. Maybe you only need essential circuit coverage to keep certain systems running such as heating and refrigeration or maybe you need complete-whole house coverage so when the power goes out, everything comes on and stays on. Whatever your situation our certified electricians and backup generator experts can find the right solution for you!
Keep all the Comforts of Your Spokane or CDA Home
If we look back throughout history we’ll quickly discover that we use significantly more power then ever before. Below is a list of many of the comforts of modern day living that rely on electricity to function. With a backup generator system you won’t have to worry about loosing any of these essentials.
- Heating & Air Conditioning
- Lighting – indoor & outdoor
- Well Pumps
- Cooking appliances
- Washer & Dryers
- Security Systems
- Ability to charge portable devices
- Medical Equipment
- Oxygen Devices
- Sump Pumps
How Does a Whole House Backup Generator System work?
The process is actually quite simple. If the power shuts off, your backup generator comes on automatically! There is no scrambling to to find flashlights or get your generator started as the process is completely automatic! Connected to your LP or natural gas fuel supply, the backup generator kicks in within seconds of determining a power loss and can run as long as it takes for your utility power to turn back on.
Automatic vs Manual Transfer Switches
VPC Electric is well versed in generator switches. Whether you are looking for an manual transfer switch to connect your existing generator to your electrical system or an automatic transfer switch that turns on automatically when the power goes off VPC has you covered.
Automatic Transfer Switch
Automatic transfer switches are a nearly seamless solution to power outages. Within seconds your transfer switch will detect a power outage and automatically kick on your generator power without you lifting a finger.
Manual Transfer Switch
As the name implies a manual transfer switches require you to physically grab your flashlight and manually connect your generator to your home or business. When the power does finally turn back on you will also have to disconnect your generator and reattach to your utility power. The lack of convenience is offset by a lower cost to manufacture, install, and maintain then it’s automatic counterparts.
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Why Choose VPC Electric for Home Generators?
No matter your electrical issue, you’ll always get quality work from our personal, professional, proven technicians. We’ve been the electrical contractor to trust in Spokane, Coeur d’Alene, and the surrounding areas since 2005 and are certified by Generac Generators. We have substantial experience in backup power systems and can help you choose the right equipment for your personal situation.
If it’s time to look into what it would take to install a home generator in your Coeur d’Alene or Spokane area home, let’s get together to go over all the different backup power systems available so you can make an informed decision for your home and family.