Skip to Content

Choosing an Eco-Friendly and Affordable Back-Up Electricity Generator


With all the bad weather we have been hammered with this winter, our electric power stations have been maxed out trying to keep up with the demand for electricity. With the cold, another problem has been water pipes freezing at the electric generating stations causing them to have to shut down for repairs. Long story short, over 55 million people in America this year have dealt with power shortages. Either being rolling blackouts, or simply no power for days. I have received multiple inquiries from customers wanting to know if there is an alternative means to keeping the electricity on in their home without using a gas-powered generator. Their reasons for not being able to use a gas powered generator ranged from “I live in a HOA where generators are not allowed on the outside of our home and I can’t put it on the inside due to noise and fumes,” to “I don’t have any place outside to put the generator that guarantees it won’t be tampered with or stolen.” Some of my customers that live in condos or town homes only have a balcony which really “limits them on space.”

Having these problems and questions brought to me, I started to look for a solution to help people in their time of need. What I found was the IndoorGenerator. This product was Eco-Friendly and addresses the needs of a growing population using an old electricity infrastructure. As a Dallas Electrician, I found the IndoorGenerator to be an affordable, gas-free, rechargeable, silent power supply unit that you can use indoors when you lose power. This is 24/7 protection for your computers, refrigerator, TV, lights, and much more. This protects you for at least 2 hours and up to 7 days, not just minutes like traditional UPS’s. It is simple with “plug and play” installation and usage. The more units you put in series gives you the possibility of endless power supply!

These units come packaged in either dark wood cabinets, or light wood cabinets. They also come in DuraRock or metal enclosures. These different enclosures make it possible to set these units either inside, where they will still look good, or outside on a patio.

To charge these units, you just plug them into your existing power supply and they start charging immediately. As soon as the power goes out, they automatically transfer over to stored energy without any interruption. Another neat feature is that there is a solar accessory that can be used to recharge these power supplies. These solar screens are collapsible and easy to store when not in use. So if the power goes off, and you use your stored power, it can be replaced with simple sunlight.

When considering an affordable back-up electricity generator, by an eco-friendly Dallas Electrician or just a top Dallas electrician for your home wiring installation or Troubleshooting Electrical Repair needs you can trust ElectricMan to get the job done right. We’re available 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, so don’t ever hesitate to give us a call!