Generator transfer switches ensure that when the power goes out, your home will still be up and running. This is done by transferring the power load between different sources. Some variants do this automatically by telling the backup generator to kick on, others require manual operation. They look similar to a fuse box in outwards appearance, but have very different hardware behind the door.
They can be used in residential or agricultural settings, as well as commercially so long as there is a generator to connect the switch to. Here at Danley Electrical Contracting, we offer both automatic and manual models.
Which Should I Get?
The answer to that depends on what areas you want to light via the generator. For instance, farm owners may want their homes running during a power outage but do not need every single barn light at the same time. In this case, a manual switch might be the best option.
Businesses that rely on a steady supply of electricity for their daily operations should probably utilize an automatic model so that the power supply never stops running to their devices. Most homeowners utilize an automatic model to make things simple.
Why Choose Danley?
Danley Electrical Contracting is the leading provider of Generac transfer switches in New Jersey. We’ve been serving the people’s electrical needs dating all the way back to 1921. Our standard for quality ensure nothing short of a high-performance product and a highly trained technical staff with the know how to get the job done right.
Our experience in the field is only matched by the level of our customer service. We want our customers to be happy with their equipment, enjoying their devices for years to come.
If you’ve been considering installing a transfer switch, give us a call at (732) 231-2780