The Honeywell Standby Generators have undergone 85 improvements, and offer benefits that you will appreciate, thanks to the Mobile Link. These generators are backed by a 5-year warranty and customer care 24 hours a day. C&L Services can help find the generator you are looking for.
Industry-Leading 24/7 Customer Care
Storms can occur at any time, and not only during normal working hours, and the same goes for other problems. This is why we have implemented our 24/7 customer care so that owners of our generators are able to contact us for assistance regardless of what time it is, 7 days a week. None of the other manufacturers of home automatic-backup generators offer this type of support.
New Mobile Link™ – Standard with Honeywell Automatic Backup Generators
The Honeywell Standby Generators also come with state-of-the-art generator-remote monitoring systems. This system tracks the performance of the generator at any time and from anywhere. Using your PC, tablet, or mobile phone.
Honeywell Home Backup Generators
Your house is an accurate reflection of how you live your life. Make sure you protect all your appliances and valuables with a professional quality Honeywell Home Backup Generator. This is a worry-free solution that will provide power to your home and protection for your home, assets, and your family. These are typically the things you value the most when you are faced with a power outage.
Residential Series Generators – 11kW up to 45kW
Battery operated torches may provide you with a bit of light to see where you are going, but batteries are of no use to power systems that are vital to the overall security for your business or home. When you invest in a Honeywell Backup Generator you never have to worry about these issues again, and you will also be offered reassurance when the power goes out. These generators work immediately and automatically to protect your family and possessions.
Cover What’s Important To You
The different generator sizes make it possible to backup each circuit inside your home for things like your home theater, central air, rec room, and your furnace. You are able to create your own power-management system using the Honeywell Sync 2.0® transfer switch which allows you to take advantage of more coverage using a generator that is smaller.
New Standard Feature! Check Your Generator Status Anywhere, Anytime with Mobile Link™
Mobile Link allows you to check on the status of the generator when you are away from your business or home using a smartphone, tablet, or computer. This new feature provides more than 40 notifications which include fault alerts, low battery, maintenance reminders, and more. This feature is also able to send maintenance alerts to authorized maintenance or service providers. This comes standard on every air-cooled model and some of the liquid-cooled models.
It’s Reliable and Quiet
The smaller models are reliable and quiet thanks to the Generac OHVI® engine that has been specifically designed to use in generators. The bigger units come with automotive-style, low-speed engines which run at 1800 rpm, which makes them very quiet. A weekly self-test on every unit operates in WhisperCheck™ mode, which happens to be even quieter when compared to the normal operation. The sound-reducing foam panels also offer added noise reduction.
Runs on Clean, Reliable Gaseous Fuel
These generators run on the existing LP fuel or natural gas supply in a home. Both these sources of fuel match up to the EPA clean-air standards, and they are not associated with storage and spilling issues like diesel. In addition, both these fuel sources provide a continuous supply. So your generator carries on operating for as long as needed until the utility power in your home or office is turned back on.
An Exterior that Withstands the Elements
The enclosure is made from premium aluminum and made to withstand windspeed up to 150 mph. All the generators are backed by a 3rd party-certification to NFPA standards. This means they can be installed as near as 18” from your home. The RhinoCoat™ finish ensures exceptional weather protection while offering resistance to salt air and corrosion.
Contact C&L Services Today For A Quote
Customer service is a top priority here at C&L Services and we strive to provide our clients with the best service and quality products. If you are searching for a quality backup generator then look no further. One of our certified technicians can help you make the right decision. Contact us today for all of your generator needs.
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