28 April 2017
28 April 2017,
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So you think your power won’t go out in New Jersey. The power companies have cut down all the trees and performed preventative maintenance and you won’t lose power on the cold day or 95 degree August afternoon. The evidence suggest otherwise. If you look at this photo of 2017 Data compiled by Generac you will see that there have been plenty of outages in New Jersey this year, and it’s only the end of April. In fact most outages are caused by equipment failure, not inclement weather. If you live in towns like Long Valley, Great Meadows, Independence, Hackettstown, Randolph or Chester NJ where there are a lot over overhead power lines, you have experienced outages in the past and history generally repeats itself. So if providing backup power has ever been on your to do list to protect your family and property give us a call at Get Wired 2.

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