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Backup Power Generators for Solar Panel Systems

Serving Missouri, Arkansas, Kansas, and Illinois

If there’s one thing recent events have taught us, it’s that being prepared is important. Generators are an excellent way to keep the lights on and the appliances running in the event of an unexpected power outage. Solera Energy, LLC can help you choose the generator perfect for your needs.  

Contact our team of solar experts today to learn more about how generators can keep your home safe and comfortable no matter what life or the weather throws at it.

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The Benefits of Generator Backup Power    

Generac GeneratorWith generator backup power, the next big storm or blackout doesn’t have to ruin your day, or even be disruptive. Our customers report these critical generator benefits:  

  • Generators turn on automatically, providing a seamless solution to a power interruption that doesn’t require you playing around with heavy machinery in the dark.
  • Generators come in multiple sizes and capacity limits, and they allow you to power the appliances you need for the necessary amount of time.
  • Generators run on readily available natural gas, making it easy to stock up on fuel.

For the Best Home Backup Generators Out There, Solera Energy Recommends Generac

Solera Energy is proud to partner with Generac on generators for one simple reason: They’re the best. A permanently installed home backup generator built by Generac offers automatic, powerful protection for your home. It runs on natural gas or liquid propane (LP) fuel, and is placed outside, much like an air conditioner. Generac’s home backup generators deliver power directly to your home’s electrical system, and can power your whole home or just the most critical appliances.  

Solera and Generac have years of experience working together to install home backup generators for Missouri & Northwest Arkansas homeowners. Call the team at (866) 346 – 2009 or reach out online today to learn how to join them.

Backup Generators vs. Solar Batteries – What’s Right for Your Home?

Where you stand in the “battery vs. generator” debate will depend largely on your goals. If you’re looking for reliable backup power during the occasional short-term emergency, then generators are the best, most cost-effective option. If, however, you’re interested in a long-term, sustainable solution to getting off the energy grid, then a solar battery might be the better choice for you.

Our highly trained experts can help you weigh the pros and cons between backup generators and solar batteries. Call us at (866) 346 – 2009 or contact us online today to start the conversation.

Energy Storage FAQs

How do backup generators work?

Generators run on natural gas to generate energy, and they deliver this energy directly into your home’s electrical system.

Can a backup generator power my whole house?

Yes. Many generators available on the market can provide whole-home power for hours or even days.  

What about a solar battery? Can that power my whole house?

Yes. Solar batteries store energy produced by your solar panels for later use, and are a more viable long-term solution to off-the-grid power.   

How much do home backup generators cost?

This depends on the make, model, and desired performance capacity. Our technicians will go over all the options with you. You’ll never be hit with hidden fees or surprise costs when you work with us.  

What size generator do I need to run my whole house?

A generator rated at 5,000 to 7,000 watts can run most critical household equipment. Solera Energy will provide you with exact estimates and capacities based on your home’s size and your budget.

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