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Portable Generator Transfer Switch

Portable Generator Transfer Switch

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Portable Generator Transfer Switch

Portable generators can be convenient for quick backup power during an outage. But running extension cords and guessing how many items you can plug in can be dangerous and confusing.

Let NJR Home Services (NJRHS) help you quickly and safely power your home during an outage with a portable generator transfer switch. The transfer switch diverts power from your utility to your generator quickly and easily to a dedicated set of circuits.

Imagine not having to worry about overloading your portable generator and causing possible damage in the dark or during a storm. Or, imagine not having to run extension cords (which can cause a trip hazard) from your portable generator to items like lights and appliances.

With NJRHS, you won’t need to worry! Let a licensed NJRHS electrician install a transfer switch to the main electricity panel in your home and connect it to circuits you predetermine you want to maintain during an outage. If you lose power, you simply:

  • Start up the portable generator.
  • With the power to the house turned off at the main electrical panel, plug the generator into the outdoor receptacle.
  • Flip the switches on the transfer switch from Line to Generator.
  • Check to see if the generator is delivering power to the selected circuits.

In the event of a power outage, you can safely and easily power what you need most – your refrigerator, heating system, sump pump – whatever you decide!

Schedule your free, no obligation quote today! Simply call 877-466-3657 or fill out our quote request form.

Want convenient backup power that starts automatically, even when you’re not home? A natural gas standby generator goes on if the power goes off – automatically. And there’s no messy refueling.

A transfer switch is very important for safety when using a portable generator. But it is not the only safety step you need to take. Most importantly, follow all instructions in your owner's manual. We also have generator safety tips available for your viewing in addition to your owner's manual.


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