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Normandy Isles Electrician Network is a proud installer of Most top brand whole-home Normandy Isles generators.

Many people think of Normandy Isles backup generators as giant, noisy units that can be heard all around the neighborhood. This is no longer the case. Modern generators are compact, quiet, smart, and able to power some or all of your electrical appliances at once! A standby generator from
Electrician Network can prevent almost all of the problems associated with power loss, including:

  • Spoiled food
  • Extreme temperatures
  • Loss of running water (if you’re on a well)
  • Mold growth

Our technicians can install generators that plumb directly into your home or business’ natural gas line so you’ll never have to fill a gas tank again! If you’re tired of losing power and want to install a standby generator for your home or business call Electrician Network today!

All of our skilled technicians at Electrician Network who work in your home or business are professionally trained, background checked and drug tested. Our technicians also drive fully stocked trucks to ensure they are able to get the job done the first time out to your home or business.

Whether you’re looking to provide backup power to your home or office or just need to power up your tailgate, RV or worksite, you’ll find the most trusted generator brands right here.

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When choosing between types of generators, consider the types of fuel each generator will need. Fuel availability and storage are important factors when maintaining your generator. The generator’s fuel source should be affordable for you and on-hand whenever you need it. Below are the common types of generator fuel:

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Readily available and easy to purchase, making it a good choice for portable Normandy Isles generators. Available in 2- to 5-gallon portable cans. Lasts for 3- to 6-months when properly stored in an air-tight container. Lasts for up to 3 years when properly stored and combined with a fuel stabilizer. Should only be used outdoors.


Offers the most energy per gallon of all generator fuel types. Reliable and readily available, making it a good choice for home standby generators or commercial generators. Diesel generators perform best when used for big jobs over long periods of time. Should only be used outdoors. Lasts for 6-months to 1-year when properly stored and without added stabilizers.

Natural gas

Most cost-effective and readily available fuels for home standby generators. Less energy-efficient per gallon than diesel, gasoline and propane. Delivered through natural gas pipelines, so refueling is not necessary. No storage required, making it the most convenient choice for residential and commercial generators. Should never be used indoors. Supply usually not affected by power outages.


Available as liquid propane or vapor propane. Liquid propane does not deteriorate, so it can be stored long-term. Clean burning. Should never be used indoors. Commonly used in inverter generators for RVs, campers and food trucks.


Unique type of generator that can burn gasoline/diesel and has a natural gas hookup. Not for use indoors. Not a standard type of generator, so not all manufacturers offer bi-fuel models.

Solar generators

Clean, renewable energy for portable generators. Can often install more solar panels to increase power output. Can safely run indoors, as there are no emissions. Dependent on the sun for energy, so not always reliable in an emergency situation. Lower power output than other types of generators.

Battery generators

Used in battery-powered inverter generators. Often combined with solar generators. Quiet and safe to run indoors. Often take a long time to charge and have a lower power output than other types of generators.


Finding the best generators for your needs starts with thinking about power output capabilities, fuel sources and the wattages required for appliances or tools. House generators give you peace of mind by keeping your home’s power running through a blackout. Portable generators are often used on job sites to power air compressors, nail guns, saws, hammer drills and other equipment. They’re also great as an emergency backup system for larger appliances.

If noise is a concern, quiet generators may be your best bet. Inverter generators provide clean and quiet power and are ideal for job sites, tailgating and camping. They typically operate quieter than other generators and can provide power for lights, heaters, fans, radios and more.

Portable Power Stations can be used indoors since they do not require gas to operate and are fume free. Battery powered inverters deliver convenient, on-the-go power that is perfect for small electronic devices like cell phones, tablets and laptops. If you’re looking for a 220-volt generator for camping, or if you’re considering home generators, electric generators or solar generators, we have you covered.

Like its name suggests, dual fuel generators are considered cheaper to run since they rely and operate on two forms of fuel – gasoline and propane. Although gasoline is relatively easy to use and obtain, propane is popular because it’s generally affordable, cleaner and quieter.


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