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Generac Guardian™ 14kW Standby Generator System (200A Service Disconnect + AC Shedding)

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Grade
Air Cooled Standby Generators
Style
Watts
14 kW
Rated Watts
Voltage
120/240V
Single-Phase
Fuel
Engine
OHVI
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Smart Circuit Standby Generator System
Restores power to your entire electrical panel automatically
Digital Power Management (DPM) protects against overload

Generac Smart Switch™ (RTSY200A3 - Included)
DPM technology allows for the smart control of 2 AC units
Service Rated ATS: Mounts between meter and main service panel
200 amp aluminum indoor/outdoor (NEMA 3R) cabinet

Evolution™ Digital Controller
Provides system status to compatible Generac wireless monitors

True Power® Electrical Technology - Provides less than 5% THD
Won't harm sensitive electronics & micro-chip based appliances

Automatic Voltage Regulator
Regulates output voltage to ±1% which prevents damaging spikes
Safe for sensitive electronics like computers and televisions

Generac OHVI Air-Cooled Engine
Full pressure lubrication system w/ 2 year oil change interval

Steel Enclosure w/ RhinoCoat™ Finish
Superior Weather Protection, Withstands up to 150 mph Winds
Lockable design & reduces sound pressure to a low 66 dB(A)

5-Year Limited Warranty & 24/7/365 Customer Care


Model
  Model Number:6241
 UPC:696471062410
 Manufacturer:Generac Guardian
 Made in USA:Yes
Engine
 Brand:Generac OHVI
 HP/CC:992 cc
 Consumer Engine Warranty:5 Years
 Commercial Engine Warranty:5 Years
 Engine RPM:3600 RPM
 Low Oil Alert/Shutdown:Yes
Product Specs
 Voltage120/240 Single-Phase
 Frequency:60 Hertz
 Cooling SystemAir Cooled
 Fuel TypeLP/Natural Gas
 NG Power Capacity14,000 Watts
 LP Power Capacity14,000 Watts
 NG Consumption (50% Load)177 ft³/hr (BTU: 177,000 BTU/HR)
 NG Consumption (100% Load)279 ft³/hr (BTU: 279,000 BTU/HR)
 LP Consumption (50% Load)1.85 gallons/hr (BTU: 167,888 BTU/HR)
 LP Consumption (100% Load)3.07 gallons/hr (BTU: 278,603 BTU/HR)
 Rated Amps:58 Amps @ 240 Volts (Single Phase)
 Decibel Rating @ 7m:66 db(A)
 A/C Ton Rating2 x 3-Tons
 EnclosureSteel
 Transfer Switch:Automatic (Included)
 Transfer Switch Amperage:200-Amps
 Transfer Switch StyleService Disconnect
 ATS Service Disconnect:Yes
 ATS Load Shedding:Built-In
Overview
 Battery:Not Included (525 CCA)
 UL ListedYes
 Weight:435 Lbs.
(121.92 x 63.50 x 73.66 cm)
 Dimensions:48"L x 25"W x 29"H
 Consumer Warranty:5 Years
 Commercial Warranty:5 Years


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  21 Questions
Q: I am looking at the 62411 14KW model. Can I run this unit on NG and be abel to switch to LP if I need to.

Can I run it on 100lb tank?

by Chuck from Utah on April 20, 2014

A: Fuel type is selected during the installation and typically not changed later. However, the unit can be changed over but a Generac service tech needs to get into the controller (password protected) to change the initial fuel selection to a different selection.

A 100lb tank will not offer the proper amount of fuel pressure for the engine to start or operate properly as it requires a specific amount of pressure that would be regulated by an external pressure regulator.

This unit (14kW) requires 278,603 BTU/HR at start-up and a 100lb tank outputs a maximum of 79,700 BTU/HR @ 60F which is not enough to start the engine.

The minimum recommended tank size would be 250 gallons per the manufacturer.


by Mike, Product Expert

Q: What size natural gas line does does the model 6241 require?
by Ken Schaffer from New Jersey on February 18, 2014

A: The 14kW unit has the following fuel requirements for natural gas....

Pressure 5 - 7 Inches of Water Column

1/2 Inch = N/A
3/4 Inch = Max 10 Feet
1 Inch = Max 50 Feet
1-1/4 In = Max 245 Feet

Pressure 3.5 - 5 Inches of Water Column

1/2 Inch = N/A
3/4 Inch = N/A
1 Inch = Max 20 Feet
1-1/4 In = Max 80 Feet
1-1/2 In = Max 175 Feet

***Add 2.5 Feet per any bend, tee or angle in the pipe to the overall distance.

***Gas pipe sizing is one of the most commonly made mistakes. A properly sized gas pipe is critical to the proper operation of the generator. The generator inlet size has no bearing on the proper gas pipe size.

by Mike, Product Expert

Q: Regarding the Generac 7kW fueled by Nat Gas . Spec states fuel consumption is 85 ft3/hr for 1/2 load. My question is what is this equivalent to in CCF?

by Ed from Pennsylvania on February 06, 2014

A: Natural Gas is usually measured by volume in the United States and is stated in cubic feet. A cubic foot of gas is the amount of gas needed to fill a volume of one cubic foot under set conditions of pressure and temperature.

To measure larger amounts of natural gas, "CCF" (centum cubic-feet) is used to denote 100 cubic feet, and "MCF" (mil cubic-feet) is used to denote 1,000 cubic feet.

With that said, due to the small amount of consumption you wouldn't convert the current ft3/hr to CCF.

However, if you are trying to calculate the cost in relation to therms listed by your natural gas company the conversion is 1000 ft3/hr equals 10 therms.

by Mike, Product Expert

Q: model 6241 Generac Guardian™ 14kW Standby Generator System 200A Service Disconnect + AC Shedding comes with autotransfer switch. Customer prefers manual switch. Can be done? Price reduction?

How does this compare to model 6247? Whats diference?

Thank you
Carol

by Carol Battsti from New York on January 25, 2014

A: These systems are automatic operation only and any use as a manual system will void the warranty and you will have issues with the internal generator controller as it must be connected to an automatic transfer switch.

Model 6247 is the same generator except it does not include the automatic transfer switch. They offer this due to the multitude of applications which may require a specific switch not offered in a package.

by Mike, Product Expert

Q: Does the Generac 6241 model come with any wiring to hook it up?
by Sam from West Virginia on January 19, 2014

A: With this being a whole house system and the switch being outdoor mounted Generac does not provide any installation wiring due to many different installation applications.

by Mike, Product Expert

Q: So, you can't hook LP that you get from your local store to this and make it work?
by JOHN from Florida on January 09, 2014

A: A small LP tank from your local store is typically 20 lbs which gives you approximately 5 gallons of LP which nowhere near enough fuel for one of the permanent home standby systems to operate off of. Also, a small tank will not offer the proper amount of fuel pressure for the engine to operate properly as it requires a specific amount of pressure that would be regulated by an external pressure regulator.

This unit (14kW) requires 278,603 BTU/HR at start-up and a 20 lb/5 gallon tank outputs a maximum of 100,000 BTU/HR which is not enough to start the engine.

The minimum tank size would be 250 gallons per the manufacturer.




by Mike, Product Expert

Q: Would winter time installations of automatic generators be good or bad?

by Ron Mills from Michigan on December 30, 2013

A: You can install a generator at any time. However, it would be based on if you are putting down a concrete base as it will not set in cold temperatures. If you are putting down crushed stone or pea gravel it should be no problem.

You can also go with a GenPad (Gen Manufacturer Specific) which is a preform concrete base, so no concrete curing time. These can be installed in any temperature.

Generac GenPads

by Mike, Product Expert

Q: What does AC shedding mean?

by Dan Unkefer from Michigan on December 29, 2013

A: The following How-To-Library article will help explain AC Shedding.....

How-To-Pick-the-Perfect-Automatic-Transfer-Switch
by Mike, Product Expert

Q: I have a low pressure nat. gas line in my residence, what is the largest generator I will be able to run without doing major updates ?

by Chuck from Ohio on December 10, 2013

A: The Generac line of home standby systems can now operate on low pressure natural gas. Their low fuel pressure requirement is 3.5" to 5" of water column (1" of water column = 0.036 PSI).....0.123 PSI to 0.18 PSI. This would be for all sizes from 8kW up to 20kW.

Proper sizing of the generator is crucial to the success of any generator installation and requires a good working knowledge of electricity and its characteristics, as well as the varying requirements of the electrical equipment comprising the load.

A certified electrician needs to be consulted for proper sizing and installation of any generator.

When analyzing the electrical load, consult the manufacturer’s nameplate on each major appliance or piece of equipment to determine its starting requirements in terms of amps and voltage which can be calculated to watts using Ohms Law (Amps x Volts = Watts).

When choosing the generator output select a rating that is approximately 20 to 25% higher than the peak load (for example, if the load is about 8 kilowatts, select a 10 kW generator).

A higher rated generator will operate comfortably at approximately 80% of its full capacity and will provide a margin of flexibility if the load increases in the future.

Note: Applications such as commercial, all-electric homes, heat pump systems or geothermal systems require special installation procedures and a certified electrician must be contacted to evaluate and install these types of systems.

by Mike, Product Expert

Q: If I'm not around when my home standby generator is running, what type of protections systems do the Generac units have?
by Josh from New Jersey on November 13, 2013

A: The generator may have to run for long periods of time with no operator present to
monitor the engine/generator conditions. Therefore, the generator is equipped with a number of systems to automatically shut down the unit to protect it against potentially damaging conditions. Some of these systems are as follows:

• Low Oil Pressure Sensor
• High Temperature Sensor
• Overcrank Sensor
• Overspeed Sensor
• RPM Sensor
• Under-frequency Sensor
• Undervoltage Sensor
• Overvoltage Sensor
• Internal Failure Sensor
• Low Battery Voltage Alarm

The control panel contains a display which alerts the operator when a fault condition occurs. The above list is not all inclusive. For more information about alarms and control panel operation, see Section 3 (Operation) in the owner's manual.

by Mike, Product Expert

Q: What type of oil should I use in my Generac home standby generator?
by Jim from Illinois on November 11, 2013

A: The maintenance section in the Generac's home standby owner's manual lists that the oil type is based on temperature ranges specific in your area.....

SAE-30 above 32º F (0º C)
10W-30 between 40º and -10º F (4º and -23º C)
Synthetic 5W-30 for all temperature ranges

All new models come with SAE-30 oil in them and have been test run at the factory for 25 hours and no break-in is required. The first oil change would be at 2 years or 200 hours, whichever comes first.

by Mike, Product Expert

Q: I'm not sure if this falls into the repair area but, I'm concerned about the sound this generator produces. Is there a way to lower that? Is there sound proofing approved for use for the interior walls of this type of home standby? My neighbors bedroom window will be 20ft from where I plan to install the generator. I would prefer doing something inside the generator as apposed to some type of fencing or other exsternal methods.

by Mark Hernandez from New Jersey on October 23, 2013

A: The manufacturers make every effort to reduce the sound of their generators as best they can keeping within NFPA and UL requirements. There are currently no options or parts available to install inside home standby systems to reduce their db(A) levels.

Your only option is location or sound barriers installed around the unit while keeping within NFPA and manufacturers distance requirements for proper fire protection, air intake and exhaust output.

We recommend consulting with your local inspector or AHJ (Authority Having Jurisdiction) as to the specific local code requirements.

by Mike, Product Expert

Q: Is the smart Switch the actual Automatic Transfer Switch? Or are they different? The specs says that there is an automatic transfer switch included. Also, I would like to know if a bottom pad for the generator included?

by Joseph Pylilo from New York on October 21, 2013

A: The "smart switch" is the automatic transfer switch. The ATS has an internal load manager that will load shed up to 2 AC units preventing the overload of the generator at start-up.

The generator does come with a composite pad already attached to the bottom of the unit (generator base) but a permanent base is required and can be either concrete, crushed stone or pea gravel with a minimum thickness of 3 - 4 inches.

We do offer the GenPad which comes in both 3 inch and 4 inch thickness...here is the link to review their info and pricing....

Generator Pads

by Mike, Product Expert

Q: I have a new 2013 Generac generator and I'm wondering what oil it came with? I would like to top it off properly after the installation.

by John from New Jersey on October 18, 2013

A: The Generac 2013 automatic standby generators are shipped with a SAE 30 non-synthetic oil. If you are located in an area that receives snow, it is recommended to perform an oil and filter change to switch to a synthetic 5W-30 oil to promote proper generator operation. The cold weather kit is also recommended.

The appropriate intervals for oil changes and other maintenance items will be located in the owner’s manual in the Maintenance Schedule.

Current production models do not require any break in, so if the Maintenance Schedule in the owner's manual indicates that oil changes only need to be done every 2 years or 200 hours, you could drain the existing oil and switch to synthetic 5W-30 right away.

by Mike, Product Expert

Q: I have another question about the genrac 14kw generator. my propane tank will be about 150 feet away. what size propane line do i need?
by Clint Yates from Arkansas on September 23, 2013

A: The 14kW unit has the following fuel requirements for propane....

1/2 Inch = N/A
3/4 Inch = Max 45 Feet
1 Inch = Max 170 Feet
1-1/4 In = Max 690 Feet

***Add 2.5 Feet per any bend, tee or angle in the pipe to the overall distance.

***Gas pipe sizing is one of the most commonly made mistakes. A properly sized gas pipe is critical to the proper operation of the generator. The generator inlet size has no bearing on the proper gas pipe size.

by Mike, Product Expert

Q: I am interested in the Guardian 14kw. Before I purchase, I would like to know the required NG pressure to ensure that my meter will be sufficient or that my gas company could install a meter that meets the demand of the generator and my other gas appliances.



by Fred Simpson from Virginia on September 10, 2013

A: Full load start-up requirement for the 14kW Generac Home Standby Generator (6241) is 279,000 BTU/HR.

This unit requires 3.5 - 7 Inches of Water Column for pressure.

by Mike, Product Expert

Q: I am looking at the Generac 6241. I will have to run on propane so I was looking at the 250 gallon tank. Is this big enough? And also how low can it get before it needs to be refilled?
by Clint Yates from Arkansas on September 01, 2013

A: Thank you for your interest in Electric Generators Direct!

This unit will consume up to 3.07 Gal/hr at 100% operation. As such, you can expect this unit to provide you with up to three days of support while operating at full load.

Keep in mind that in most situations, you will not achieve 100% output all of the time. Depending on how conservative you are with your electronics, you may achieve 4-6 days of support with that 250 gallon propane tank.


by Mike, Product Expert

Q: Jim, I am looking at the Generac 6241 and 6237. I do not want to install a full propane tank at home. Can the unit be easily hooked up to individual 5 gal. propane tanks?
As a backup, I am looking at the Generac 7500 Watt ($999) gasoline fueled unit...why cannot it not be shipped to CA? THX

by Alan from California on August 28, 2013

A: You cannot hook the home standby generators to 5 gallon propane tanks, you must install a minimum 100-150 gallon tank for them to operate properly.

Some generators cannot be shipped to CA because they do not meet the CA CARB compliance laws. The following link shows available models that can ship to CA.....

CARB Compliant Generators

by Mike, Product Expert

Q: What is the recommended time frame to change the break-in oil on my Generac 20kW generator?

by Karin Green from New Jersey on August 10, 2013

A: All of the new 2013 Generac Home Standby generators have been pre-run at the factory for 25 hours. So, no break-in period is required.

by Mike, Product Expert

Q: What is the difference between the Generac model 6052 and their new model 6241 since they are the same size? How do they compare?
by Todd from Maryland on June 17, 2013

A: Generac's model 6052 was another one of Generac's best selling generators on the market and Generac went ahead and improved on the design, warranty and ease of installation after listening to consumer reviews and technicians.

They bumped up the warranty an additional 2 years to give it a solid 5 year overall which is one of the highest rated on the market.

They improved on the generator controller by upgrading to a new technology and moved from their very good Nexus design to the new and improved Evolution controller. This new controller has a back-lit interface with LED's that shows the generator status at a glance.

The new Evolution controller includes maintenance reminders and logs, battery condition (no guessing) and over a half-dozen additional alarms the Nexus controller did not have. This thing rocks!

They upgraded the engine to include a no choke carburetor which helps with all weather starting. They changed the fuel selector for natural gas and LP to an easy knob that is easy to access and change fuel type with ease (No tools required).

For the installers they made several changes to help with installation costs and time, minimize errors and accommodate current and future electric code interpretations by re-engineered some of the wiring connections.

With the changes to the carb and engine they were able to change the low fuel pressure rating for Natural Gas down from 5" of Water Column to 3.5" of Water Column. This will help tremendously with low fuel pressure areas in the country so the meters do not need to be changed as often.

With all of these upgrades they have performed I believe Generac's newest model is one of the best out there and comes highly recommended.
by Mike, Product Expert

Q: I am interested in Model 6052. Are there any considerations to locating unit outside of house proper that have to be met?
by Richard E. Baker from Ohio on June 03, 2013

A: Yes, there are specific codes that need to be followed for proper installation. The manufacturer does have recommendations listed in the owner's manual and the installation drawing but local code can supersede them.

We suggest checking with your local inspector or AHJ (Authority Having Jurisdiction).

Installation Drawing

by Mike, Product Expert

Generac Guardian 6241 Reviews & Ratings
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Overall Rating
Features
5/5
Quality
5/5
Performance
5/5
Value
5/5
Overall
4.7 out of 54.7 out of 54.7 out of 54.7 out of 54.7 out of 5
Pros
Price (31)
I'd Buy It Again (25)
Easy To Use (19)
Reliable (15)
High Quality (15)
Cons
Heavy (9)
Packaging (3)
Bad Instructions (3)
Unreliable (2)
Durability (1)
96% of respondents would recommend this product to a friend
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David H.
Point Pleasant, WV
Purchased from Power Equipment Direct
Purchased 4/4/14
Most Helpful Positive Review
REVIEWED
JUL.
23
2014
5 out of 55 out of 55 out of 55 out of 55 out of 5
Over Kill Is Under Rated
I installed the generator in my limited free time over a couple week period. The unit started on the second attempt after purging air from the system. Voltage unloaded was 243 vac and 121+ to neutral. Frequency stayed between 58.9 to 60.5 Hz when unloaded. Pressed the auto button and it shut down ready for a power fail. I opened the utility feed to the transfer switch and in 5seconds the generator was running. In another 5 seconds the transfer switch loaded the generator. It ran several... more
Pros: Price, Quiet
Cons: Documentation Could Be Better
David Recommends This Generac Guardian Product
David's Experience With Power Equipment Direct
Web Site
5/5

Service
5/5

Shipping
5/5
"I not only got a good generator but a nice pressure washer. Cash discount. I am very satisfied. Thanks"
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Paul T.
Warminster, PA
Purchased from Power Equipment Direct
Purchased 7/17/14
Most Helpful Critical Review
REVIEWED
AUG.
07
2014
1 out of 51 out of 51 out of 51 out of 51 out of 5
Defective Out Of The Box
I installed this generator & transfer switch on July 27, 2014 right out of box the transfer switch would not work properly I called Generac and they recommended a service provider be called, which i did. It is now August 7, 2014 and I'm still waiting for parts to be replaced that may be the problem, but no guarantee I was told maybe by August 14, 2014.
Cons: Unreliable
Paul Does Not Recommend This Product
Mike, the Generator Expert
Product Expert
Paul,
Sorry to hear about the issues you're having with your generator. Hopefully Generac should have this resolved shortly.
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John G.
South Setauket, NY
Purchased from Power Equipment Direct
Purchased 11/1/13
REVIEWED
APR.
01
2014
4 out of 54 out of 54 out of 54 out of 54 out of 5
Couldn't Start!
After an extensive and prolonged installation and set up procedure and several "problem fixing" sessions, the unit still would not start. I finally turned to a local authorized Generac sales/service dealer who in 2 visits solved the problem - a crimped fuel supply hose buried in the back of the unit. Once this was corrected the unit ran fine.

A word of advice to any future buyers - start with an authorized Generac sales/service dealer and avoid many headaches with other armatures!
Pros: Price, Reliable
John Recommends This Generac Guardian Product
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John K.
Corfu, NY
Purchased from Power Equipment Direct
Purchased 5/23/14
Total Reviews
2 Reviews
REVIEWED
JUN.
29
2014
5 out of 55 out of 55 out of 55 out of 55 out of 5
Wiring
The wiring from generator to transfer switch should be a little clearer.
Pros: Price, I'd Buy It Again, Reliable, High Quality
Cons: Bad Instructions
John Recommends This Generac Guardian Product
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Bob
REVIEWED
MAY.
06
2014
5 out of 55 out of 55 out of 55 out of 55 out of 5
Peace Of Mind
As a 70+ senior our B&S 8KW portable, which was purchased from GenDirect seven years ago, was a real chore in moving to connecting during short power outages. Not knowing if the outage would be one hour or one day we lived mostly waiting on power company to restore power. Also the hassle of rotating gasoline.

Now if power goes out for 15 seconds the standby takes over and it is so quiet it is hard to know that it is on.

If you are older and want the peace of mind you can't go wrong.... more
Pros: Features, High Quality, Exceeded Expectations, Made In Usa
Bob Recommends This Generac Guardian Product
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Thomas B.
Okemos, MI
Purchased from Power Equipment Direct
Purchased 8/4/14
REVIEWED
OCT.
06
2014
5 out of 55 out of 55 out of 55 out of 55 out of 5
Generac 14kw Buyer
Recently I purchased a Generac 14 Kw backup generator with the transfer switch. I researched the different units until I was worn out on reading. So far so good. The installation was best left to an electrician. I have heard it run for exercise cycles and have been pleased with how quiet it is, hopefully it is almost as quiet when under load. It's only slightly louder than an air conditioner unit.

Now I'm looking forward to seeing it perform. Only thing I will mention is the 17Kw unit... more
Pros: Price, I'd Buy It Again, High Quality, Quiet
Cons: Heavy, The Weight Is A Pro Try To Steal It
Thomas Recommends This Generac Guardian Product
Thomas's Experience With Power Equipment Direct
Web Site
5/5

Service
5/5

Shipping
4/5
"PED did a good job from start to finish. How it was going to get from the road to the garage was a bit of an enigma.. I think they thought I was just going to throw it on my shoulder and carry it. 478 pounds crated."
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Smokey
Buxton, ME
Purchased from Power Equipment Direct
Purchased 7/22/14
REVIEWED
SEP.
30
2014
5 out of 55 out of 55 out of 55 out of 55 out of 5
My New 14k Standby Generator System
We've had our new generator for 6 weeks, and we just love it. We live in a small town and lose power about 3 times a year. Two weeks ago we had heavy rains and up to 60 mile per hour gusts. We lost power for 3 hours because of downed power lines.

The generator came on within 15 seconds. it works just like it's supposed to, and it's a blessing. When we got the power back, it shut off and everything was back to normal. It's great that we didn't have to go outside and put gas in it and pull a... more
Smokey Recommends This Generac Guardian Product
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Danny Roach
Shallotte Nc, NC
Purchased from Power Equipment Direct
Purchased 7/30/14
REVIEWED
SEP.
16
2014
5 out of 55 out of 55 out of 55 out of 55 out of 5
Works Great
Thanks for helping me size this unit properly. Everything works great.

Now everyone in the neighborhood is buying really long extension cords.
Cons: Wish, Wish Instructions Were Little Larger
Danny Recommends This Generac Guardian Product
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Loren Heimbach
Bradford, PA
Purchased from Power Equipment Direct
Purchased 7/21/14
Total Reviews
2 Reviews
REVIEWED
SEP.
03
2014
5 out of 55 out of 55 out of 55 out of 55 out of 5
2nd Generac Owned
This is the second whole house generac I've owned and installed. Shipping and ordering was simple. Installation was a little more difficult, but by no means too hard.

Instructions were a little hard to figure out, but all-in-all the installation was easy enough. I would definitely order from P.E.D. again. I would also buy & install another Generac generator, if the need arises.
Pros: Price, I'd Buy It Again, Easy To Use, Reliable
Loren Recommends This Generac Guardian Product
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Dallas A.
New Lothrop, MI
Purchased from Power Equipment Direct
Purchased 6/3/14
REVIEWED
JUN.
27
2014
4 out of 54 out of 54 out of 54 out of 54 out of 5
So Far So Good
The power has not gone out so we do not know how it works yet. So far so good.
Pros: I'd Buy It Again
Dallas Recommends This Generac Guardian Product
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Mr. R.
Chauvin, LA
Purchased from Power Equipment Direct
Purchased 5/4/14
REVIEWED
NOV.
12
2014
5 out of 55 out of 55 out of 55 out of 55 out of 5
Great So Far
Ordered and installed 14kw unit and auto transfer switch May of 2014. I did install it myself. Everything went as planned. It has only run for its weekly cycles and a few very short outages. Will update once it's had time to be broken in.
Pros: Price, I'd Buy It Again, Easy To Use, Fast
Mr. Recommends This Generac Guardian Product
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