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Let Al-Lectric properly assess your home to find the generator that best fits your needs. Our electricians insure homeowners a worry-free process by managing all aspects of the job- from initial consultation, to filing permits through completion of installation.  Follow-up service andmaintenance of generators and backup systems are also provided.   

We are committed to using the latest technology to provide peace of mind to homeowners with dependable and affordable power solutions.  

​Al-Lectric Emergency Power is an authorized dealer of Generac, GE, and Briggs & Stratton brands, all offering Automatic Home Generators that provide permanent, backup protection for your home, and your family 24/7/365. 

Al-Lectric Emergency Power offers an effortless "one-stop-shop" process that includes:

- A no-cost consultation and home survey

- Obtaining all electrical, plumbing permits (natural

   gas/propane) and inspections

- Installation by licensed electricians

- Natural gas and/or propane connection

Al-Lectric Emergency Power maintenance is available for all generator repairs and maintenance. Our technicians are thoroughly trained and certified in repairing your backup power generator equipment.


Maintaining your automatic standby generator is a must. We offer several maintenance programs depending on your equipment allowing you to extend the life of your generator and have reliable power when you need it the most.


Our Standard Maintenance Service is performed monthly, quarterly, semi-annually or annually and includes inspection of the following:

   - Cooling System                

   - Starting System 

   - Transfer switches

   - Engine and controls            



   - Fuel system hookup

   - Generator controls

   - Intake, exhaust system & ducts


   - External charging system

   - Fuel storage system

   - Oil and fluid filter changed


automatic standby generator


When the power goes out, protect the things that matter most with an automatic standby generator.  Al-Lectric Emergency Power will walk you through the selection process and explain the differences between the various models and sizes we offer to meet you and your family's needs.


 - 24/7 automatic power protection from outage    

   and blackouts

 - Runs on home's existing natural gas or LP fuel


 - Protect your family's comfort by supplying power    to your heating/cooling system

 - Keeps your home security system armed

 - Preserves perishable foods

 - Works whether you are home or away

 - Never worry about losing business or inventory.


A crucial step in choosing a generator is ensuring that you get a model that will supply enough power for your home. Depending on the number of appliances you intend to power will determine the correct size generator.




Briggs & Stratton Generator brochure


Automatic Home Generator Systems

Briggs & Stratton Generator brochure


Automatic Home Generator Systems


Not sure if a standby generator is right for you? Or you already have a standby generator, but need reliable and portable power solutions for on-the-go? There are several options for portable generators; whether you are tailgating and need an inverter that’s light and quiet, or need a larger portable for camping or job site needs



 - Rugged

 - Easy to transport and store

 - Most have touch-button controls

 - Gasoline or diesel powered

 - Job-site, storm back up

 - 5500 Watts - 17,000 Watts

 - Average cost: $1,500 - $4,000


View the Portable Generators Selection Guide to find the right portable generator for your needs.









 - Quiet

 - Compact

 - Fuel efficient

 - Easy to transport

 - Recreational use (radios, small appliances)

 - 200 Watts - 2,500 Watts

 - Average cost: $300 - $1,600

Briggs & Stratton brochure
standby generator


A generator transfer switch closes off the utility power line to your home’s electrical system during a power outage and opens a line to a generator, then reverses the process when grid power is restored.


Transfer switches are permanently hard-wired to and installed near the breaker panel in your home. Their main purpose is to handle back-feeding problems, which occurs when electricity runs backward out of the house and through the utility transformer.















transfer switch
manual transfer switch

A manual transfer switch is installed beside the main electrical panel and connected to the circuits you'll want running during a blackout.  When the power goes out, you must manually switch the generator on and run a single power cord from it to a transfer switch.


Automatically monitors your home’s connection to the local utility power. If a power outage occurs, the system immediately starts your generator, and quickly switches your home to backup power.


When utility power is restored,



the system automatically connects your home back to the grid, shuts the generator down, and resumes monitoring your home’s connection to local utility power.  

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