YOUR RESIDENTIAL, COMMERCIAL & INDUSTRIAL GENERATOR SPECIALISTS
COMMITTED TO EXCELLENCE WITH OUR GENERATOR REPAIR
Our talented and professional team knows all they can about generators, so when you need repairs or a full replacement, we’re the people to call. We also do other work including electrical, plumbing, excavation, concrete work, and propane tanks and service. If you’re interested in generator rentals, give us a call!
We proudly service Darien, Westport, Wilton, Weston, Norwalk, New Haven, Greenwich, Cos Cob, Stamford, CT & surrounding areas. With our 24/7 emergency services, we’re always ready to help. Call us when you need us!
We Do Residential Generators
Our team at A&J are expert residential technicians and treat your home like our own. We cover all of Connecticut! With over 20 years of experience and dozens of 5 star reviews on Google, Facebook, and Yelp we are your answer for your generator needs.
Our electrical engineers will recommend the perfect size generator for your home. Taking into consideration everything from your geographical location to any future extensions you may want to build on your home. We will then come install your new standby generator efficiently and on your schedule.
We Do Commercial Generators
No matter the size of your commercial building A&J Generators & Equipment has a team of engineers to make the right recommendations and assure proper installation. We have a long history of serving the businesses in CT and NY and look forward to making sure the lights stay on for your team.
Around the clock whole-home generator maintenance for your business. Weekly, Monthly, or Quarterly maintenance contracts are offered and our team is always on call. No matter the generator and no matter the company that installed it, we can keep your generator running day and night.
Need a generator for a job site? A&J Generators has the generator your job requires and the team to deliver and maintain that generator in a timely fashion. We love helping your team work and put in tireless hours to make sure that the generator we deliver to your job site can perform for as long as you need.
Select a Whole Home Generator
Having a generator that works property for your home is essential. Severe weather conditions or power outages can be scary to families, leaving them without power for hours or even days at a time. To ensure you never have to worry about going without power for long periods of time, you need to think about buying a whole house generator.
Learn About the Costs of Owning
a Whole Home Generator
Here at A&J Generator and Equipment, we’re ready to answer every question you may have on the different factors with your generator. A whole house generator varies in price; based on the requirements you may ask for, the cost is bound to differ. Size, manufacturer, and installation are some of the aspects you need to take into consideration when you decide to invest in a house generator. If you’re researching the best type of generator for your family, it’s best to start with the size you wish and/or need.
OVER 25 YEARS OF GENERATOR INDUSTRY EXPERIENCE • SERVING CONNECTICUT AND WESTCHESTER, NEW YORK
What We Do
- Sales and Installation of new and used generator sets
- Sales and Installation of new and used transfer switches
- Authorized sales and servicing dealer for Hi Power Generator sets, Eaton Generator sets, Generac, Briggs & Stratton, GE Generator sets, Zenith Transfer switches and Eaton Transfer switches
- Servicing of all other makes and models of whole home generators
- Maintenance contracts to keep customers’ generator systems in good condition
- Load bank testing including a written report for generator sets of all sizes
- We do repairs and installations no one else wants to!
- We have our own facility for customers of tow-behind style generators to come in for service and repairs of all makes and models.
When determining what size generator you will need, it is important to imagine your home without power. Some power outages are short and only last a few hours, while some could last for days or weeks. It is important to think about your day to day life and what is your family going to need to have access to during a power outage. There are smaller generator products available to cover just the essential circuits in your home. There are also larger systems that can cover virtually all of your home. Most generators have a transfer switch that contains a pre-determined number of circuits based on your generator’s power rating. Each circuit directly matches a circuit on your circuit breaker panel. This will provide direct electricity to your pre-determined circuits. Larger units that provide power to the whole house will ensure that no circuit is left un-powered, so all appliances and electricity in your house should be available every minute of the power outage.
It is not recommended to install a generator by yourself. While some generator systems may come prepackaged and pre-wired with thorough installation instructions, it is still recommended that a generator specialist or licensed contractor installs your unit. There are state, local, and national electrical codes that generators, especially non pre-wired or larger systems, need to follow. Working with a generator specialist or contractor is the best way to ensure that you are following those codes. Also, because generators are electrical systems, it is much safer to have an experienced professional handle the installation.
Generators can be purchased from most home improvement retailers, or through any local generator specialist. It is recommended to purchase your generator through a generator specialist, as they can provide expertise in the generator selection in addition to installation.
Most error codes cannot be diagnosed and fixed on your own. If you are not able to determine what is causing your error code, you do not know how to fix it, or your efforts to fix the error code have been unsuccessful, call in a generator repair technician. Your technician will have knowledge of your generator and the error codes and will be able to diagnose and repair any potential issues.
It is recommended that you have your generator unit serviced approximately every six months or for every 100 hours of generator operation. This maintenance will help prolong the life of your generator and make sure that any issues with the generator are resolved before a power outage exposes the problem.
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