A standby generator installation can cost anywhere from a six-pack to a few thousand dollars, depending on who you know.
Naturally, every installation is a custom installation.
Your best bet is to invite 3-5 Preferred Installers to inspect the property before providing you with a custom quote.
We actually used our own Preferred Installer network to connect us with 5 local installers in our local area.
Our installation was really simple. It didn't require anything radically different, so the cost was minimal compared to more complex install jobs.
Keep in mind that we ordered the standby generator, battery, automatic transfer switch and multiple accessories separately from our site.
The final quote ran $1,847 for the complete installation. It primarily included the labor. It also included securing the required permits, pea gravel and miscellaneous electrical wiring and piping.
Double check to verify that they are licensed, bonded and insured.
After comparing the quotes, we chose our installer based on their reputation rather than their price.
Treat your installer like a surgeon. You only want to hire them once.
After all, expertise doesn't come cheap.
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