Portable Generator Estimator

  • STEP 1: Take a picture of your "Electrical panel"

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    An electrical panel (or breaker panel) is where all the breaker switches are located. And that’s just what they are; switches that can be flipped. There’s likely a “main” circuit breaker that controls the power to the entire house.
  • STEP 2: Take a picture of your "Meter Base"

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    Meter Base A meter base is a mounting plate for an electric watt-hour meter, the device that measures how much electricity a home or business consumed during each utility-service billing period.
  • STEP 3: Take a picture of the location where you would like the "Inlet Outlet"

  • Time to prepare for Hurricane Season
    An electrical panel (or breaker panel) is where all the breaker switches are located. And that’s just what they are; switches that can be flipped. There’s likely a “main” circuit breaker that controls the power to the entire house.
  • STEP 4: Take a picture of the location where you would like the "Inlet Outlet"

  • Time to prepare for Hurricane Season
    An electrical panel (or breaker panel) is where all the breaker switches are located. And that’s just what they are; switches that can be flipped. There’s likely a “main” circuit breaker that controls the power to the entire house.
  • STEP 5: Take a picture of the location where you would like the "Inlet Outlet"

  • Time to prepare for Hurricane Season
    How many Ft are between your electrical panel and the location of the Inlet outlet ? (ft.)
  • STEP 6: Take a picture of the location where you would like the "Inlet Outlet"

  • Time to prepare for Hurricane Season
    How many FT are between your Meter Base and the location of your Inlet outlet ? (ft.)
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