Which backup Generator should I buy?
With power cuts becoming more common and the continual strain on the National Grid, there is always the worry of what to do should the lights go out?
Businesses can not afford down time and no one can afford a freezer full of defrosted food, so more and more home owners and businesses are turning to standby generators to keep them up and running in the event of power outages.
But which generator is going to be right for you? Where do you even start?
There are lots of calculations to do, the worry of purchasing something that may not be suitable and the disappointment of a backup generator not working as expected, especially when it is needed the most.
Generator power calculator.
Thankfully, at ThePowerSite we’ve taken the hard work out of this for you with our simple to use Power Calculator.
Select an environment.
Firstly you will be asked to select the intended use for the electric generator.
Choose the essentials.
Once you’ve clicked through there will be a list of over 50 appliances, tools and convenience items you want to be able to run should there be a power cut.
Everything from fridges, tv's, mobile phones to power tools and site equipment.
There will be an average power rating applied to each individual item but there is also the option to enter an exact wattage should you know it.
Once you’ve entered the equipment that is essential to keep running, you then scroll to the bottom of the page and click the Get Results button.
ThePowerSite can calculate which backup generator would suit your needs and even display the models available to power your equipment.
So there is now need to worry over which backup power source would be suitable as ThePowerSite have made it simple.