Generator Services in the Charlotte Area

The advantages offered by a whole-house generator cannot be overlooked in a Charlotte home. We deal with outages from various sources, from powerful storms and high winds to outages caused by utility interruptions or incidents.

Are you looking to keep your home protected against a power outage? If so, you came to the right electricians. Acosta Heating, Cooling & Electrical offers complete generator services, from new generator installation to generator maintenance and repair.

Be prepared for anything with a generator in your home. Call (704) 527-7401(704) 527-7401 or contact us online to schedule service!

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Backup Generator Installation in Lake Wylie, NC

Having a complete home standby generator system installed is the ideal means of protecting your home against the safety issues and functionality loss that an outage can bring about. But things need to be handled with extreme precision when it comes to the installation process. The right generator needs to be selected according to your home’s energy needs, and the system has to be integrated with care to provide adequate power.

Acosta’s electricians are specifically trained for and highly adept at generator selection and installation. Our team will perform a full assessment of your electrical needs, and from there, we can discuss what systems will work best for your home. Once the right system has been picked, we will provide the electrical wiring, installation, and transfer switch you need.

Contact the electricians at (704) 527-7401(704) 527-7401 who are interested in your concerns. We offer generator services across the Charlotte Metro area, including in Lake Wylie and Lake Norman. Call Acosta Heating, Cooling & Electrical today!

Generac Brand Generators

Choosing the right generator manufacturer is just as important as selecting the right electrical contractor to install the system. You need a product that you can trust, capable of running for extended periods with no trouble should you need it to.

For this reason, Acosta Heating, Cooling & Electrical chooses to install Generac brand generator systems. Generac stands at the industry’s peak in performance and quality, and we are proud to offer these systems to our North Carolina and South Carolina clients.

Whole-House Generator Troubleshooting and Repair

If your home generator begins to fall behind or is incapable of offering the electrical power you need during an outage, you should call on the electricians at Acosta right away to get generator repair services. Our electrical repair teams carry extensive experience in generator troubleshooting and repair, and we can offer the swift, precise, and dependable services you need.

If you notice any of these common generator issues, give our generator repair team a call:

  • Failure to start during an outage
  • An error message on your generator’s digital display
  • A color other than green on your generator’s status indicator
  • Leaking of oil, coolant, or gas fuel around the generator
  • Unusual noises during generator operation

Schedule Generator Services With Acosta in Charlotte and Waxhaw

Acosta peace of mind guaranteeWhen you’re looking for a top-rated whole-house generator installation service in North Carolina, call Acosta Heating, Cooling & Electrical! Our residential generator installers are dedicated to ensuring you get quality service, peerless products, and the best in dependable workmanship. Acosta has been family-owned and -operated since day one, meaning we can put our full focus on your home and your needs.

Contact us online or call (704) 527-7401(704) 527-7401 to schedule generator services for your Charlotte home.

Generator Installation FAQs

How long does generator installation take?

In most homes, a standby generator installation will take about one day for an air-cooled model and a bit longer for a liquid-cooled model. If your installation requires the addition of a concrete pad, you will need a few days to let the pad dry before installing the generator.

What size generator do I need?

When installing a generator, ensure it’s large enough to run the circuits you need if the power goes out. Talk to an electrician who understands generators to ensure you haven’t overlooked a critical component of your home when calculating the necessary capacity.