Re: Possibly time for a home generator
4000 watt portable generator. When it dies, I'll replace it with a new one. Cost me about $300, been working like a champ for quite a while.
It is enough to run the boiler for hot water, fridge to keep things from going bad and a few other small things like TV and DVD player to keep the little ones occupied when they get bored.
If it is in the winter time that it is needed, we use the wood stove for all heat (do that most of the time anyway) but could run one of the air handlers if we wanted to as well.
1972 Chevelle, MJ 467, 200-4r non-lockup, 12 bolt 3.73
1981 Camaro Z28, 355, TH350, 3.73