Anyone living in East Texas during the winter of 2021 won’t soon forget the storm that knocked out power for most of the region for 7 to 10 days. Some areas didn’t have power for weeks.
Since then, thousands of East Texans have considered alternate ways to power their homes, from solar panels to full-house generators.
A full-house generator is an excellent electrical backup from your home and can run:
The lights, stove, refrigerator, and essential appliances
Heating and air conditioning systems
If you’re considering a backup generator for your home, contact Miller Electric today. We can help source and install a generator that will keep your home running when the power goes out.Contact Us
We have over 40 years of experience serving homeowners and businesses in Tyler, TX. You won't find a more dedicated and experienced electrician in the area.
Electricity is dangerous. We take it seriously, and that’s reflected in our installation and repair services. You can always trust work from Miller Electric.
We provide accurate quotes and stick to them. We strive to offer affordable services that keep our clients safe and their homes powered.
We remain a family-owned and operated business. We like it that way because it allows us to serve and help our neighbors and fellow East Texans.
No matter what your project needs, Miller Electric has the experience and personnel to get it done on schedule and within budget.
Miller Electric was founded in 1982 and has proudly served Tyler, TX, and the surrounding area ever since.
We’re a family-owned and operated business, and we like it that way. We believe in providing the best possible craftsmanship alongside the kind of customer service you’d expect from a local business.
When you come to Miller Electric for generator installation, you can expect a high-quality installation and a dedicated team to ensure you’re satisfied with the final product.
Contact us today to learn more about generator installation and to speak with a representative.Contact Us
A generator is an expensive–and potentially dangerous–piece of equipment. An experienced electrician should install it. Prior to installation, an area needs to be set aside and prepared for the generator.
Choosing the right location is important. The area should:
You should keep these clearances in mind as well:
Before installing a generator, you’ll need to ensure that the area is leveled and drains well, preventing future problems from developing.
You’ll also need to lay a slab or some pea gravel. The generator will sit on top of this, protecting the bottom of the generator from damage or rusting.
On your installation day, Miller Electric will confirm all the details with you. We’ll make sure we stay in constant communication with you throughout.
If you’re considering a generator, contact Miller Electric today to speak with a representative. We can help you find the generator that meets your needs and get it installed in as little as 2 weeks.Contact Us