In parts of the midwest today the 60 degree temperatures that greeted drivers on their way to work and children on their way to school are expected to plummet. In fact, the temperatures are predicted to drop below freezing by the time every one goes to bed tonight, and to be just above 20 degrees by tomorrow morning. This is the kind of weather that makes everyone anxious about their furnaces and the necessary heat that will be needed. It is at this time of the year when both commercial and residential generators are often in the highest demand.
Electric generators are often a great solution for residential locations. The fact that 66% of all homes in the U.S. have air conditioners that they rely on in the summer is an indicator that the need for residential generators may be just as important in th