What You Need To Know About Automatic Standby Generators


In Fairfield County, Connecticut, severe storms can hit in the blink of an eye. Whether it is a hurricane during the summer or a blizzard during the winter, we are never safe from the threat of power outages.

Until now.

Devine Bros. offers automatic standby generators for homeowners in Norwalk, Westport, New Canaan, and the surrounding area. Here’s what you need to know about them:

They automatically detect power outages.

Our standby generators can automatically detect when there is a blackout, and will power on in a matter of seconds to provide your home with the energy that it needs. You don’t even need to leave the house in the heavy rain or snow to turn it on.

They generate enough power for your entire home.

Some generators only provide enough energy to run your refrigerator, or your lights, or your TV. Not ours – they generate enough power to keep your entire home running. Don’t sacrifice lighting, comfort, or entertainment. With Devine Bros., you can have it all!

They never need to be refueled.

The best part about these automatic standby generators is that they hook right up to your home’s existing fuel line. Whether you use natural gas or a form of liquid petroleum, you have the peace of mind knowing that you will never need to worry about running out of gas in harsh weather conditions.

Interested in learning more about our Fairfield County generators? Visit the Devine Bros. website or give us a call at (203) 866-4421.

For almost 100 years, homeowners in Norwalk, Wesport, New Canaan, and the surrounding area have trusted Devine Bros. to keep comfortable all year long. We offer a wide variety of heating, cooling, and landscaping services to Fairfield County, CT. See what we can do for you.


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