In addition to providing industrial generator products and solutions, the team at Paramount Power Systems offers residential generator solutions. Located in Mississauga, our family owned and operated company can install a residential generator for your home that runs cleanly and quietly while providing electricity in the event of a power outage. With over 30 years of service, we've installed residential generators throughout Ontario, and also offer 24-hour emergency response. Don't let the loss of power barge in on your routine. Contact us to learn more about our safe and dependable residential generators.
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We have been in business for 30 years now and bring to your residential generator solutions that have been devised with all our experience. We offer top-class generators and top-notch customer service so that you never find yourself alone in a sticky situation. We are a company that takes pride in being reliable, fair and customer oriented. Making sure that you are satisfied and that your needs are met has always been and will always be our priority. We are a locally owned firm in Toronto, and thus, we understand the specific needs of the area. We also understand exactly what you need and know how to deliver the best solutions, given the area's specifics in geography, weather conditions, etc. Thus, we at Paramount Power Systems offer a wide range of generators to meet all your needs.
Do you ever wonder how a generator works? Don't worry; we at Paramount Power Systems can explain the functioning of a residential generator to you in three simple steps:
At Paramount Power Systems, we understand that a residential generator of the right size will run more efficiently than one that is either too large or too small. Please launch our sizing calculator to estimate your generator size requirement. Enter the square footage of your home and select which appliances you would like to run during a power outage. You can add or remove significant and occasional appliances to see how it impacts the suggested generator size.
Your home is a busy place. And a commercial-grade Kohler® automatic home generator keeps that rhythm going by providing dependable protection during unexpected power outages. Available from 10 kW to 150 kW+ output capabilities, Kohler® home generators provide worry-free emergency power to support your electrical needs for days, or even weeks. Clean, quiet, automatic backup power - just what your family needs to be safe and comfortable.
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Commonly Asked Questions
What is the difference between a generator and an inverter?
Generators work on the principle of electromagnetic induction they convert mechanical energy from an external source into electricity. Inverters are electronic devices that convert direct current into alternating current. Inverters have multiple circuits for load management.
What size of generator should I purchase for my home?
Use the sizing tool to know the power requirements of your home based on this, you can determine the generator size you require.
How often should I check the oil level?
Depending on the size and model of the generator, check the oil level after every eight to 24 hours of operation.
Can I use my old generator with my new generator?
Two generators can be used simultaneously by connecting them in a parallel format. This process electrically combines the power output of two generators. However, it would help if you always remembered the parallel connection of generators does depend on factors internal to the generator, i.e. the engine capacity, engine configuration, generator design, and regulator design, etc. Thus, it would be best if you put considerable thought into the overall design based on your system's primary purpose.
What does an Automatic Transfer Switch (ATS) do?
An Automatic Transfer switch transfers power from a common source (like a utility) to an emergency power source (like a generator). This happens automatically when the standard source fails, like in cases of a power cut. An ATS senses the power cut and signals the engine panel of the generation to kick into operation. Similarly, when the standard source gets power back, the ATS signals the generator's engine panel to stop its operations.
Do I require a generator that has a long tank?
This depends entirely on the specifics of your situation. A standard tank contains fuel that usually lasts 2-4 hours. A long tank, on the other hand, has enough fuel to last overnight. Thus, if your requirements are for a power backup that can run for long hours, it is advisable to opt for a long tank. However, if you require the generator for only short periods, a generator with a standard tank works just fine.