Tis the season for lights, lights, and more lights! From around your tree to outdoor décor to many more places in between, holidays are truly bright- and cold! Families gather indoors to keep warm, maybe with some hot chocolate by a fireplace, but always with a sufficient source of home heating. As the season continues, temperatures drop, snow falls, and wind blows, but you never know what could happen to your home. We know that heat is essential during cold months for the comfort and safety of ourselves and our loved ones. And while holiday lights may just be for decoration, we rely on all the lights in our home to get us through days with little sunlight. So what do we do if the power goes out and stays out this dark, chilly time of year? Gilley has the answer!
Automatic generators provide homes with back-up power seconds after a power outage occurs, leaving the lights on, appliances running, the heat blowing, and no interruptions. Gillece knows that homes and families can’t go very long without electricity, especially during winter months. With no heat, your health and wellbeing are at risk, and over time, pipes can freeze and burst, potentially flooding your home. Gillece provides and installs top-of-the-line, high-powered generators so you never have to worry about the power going out, even if just for a few minutes. They activate within ten seconds of a power outage to keep your home functioning as normal, and you don’t even have to lift a finger! You can keep the tree lit to perfection, stay warm, make a cup of hot cocoa, and enjoy the season while the generator does the work for you. Automatic generators offer protection, comfort, and convenience not only during the holidays and winter season, but all year round!
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