Living in the Upper Northeast of the United States, power failures and the inconveniences that they bring, are a certainty during the coldest winter months of the year. Unfortunately power failures occur more frequently in various areas of the country and if you live in one of these areas, it is likely that you and your family have experienced a power outage within the past 12 months. Problems with the aging infrastructure that carries power to your home increase the potential of power outages across the country. Winter storms are not the only culprit – hurricanes, tropical storms and tornadoes can also lead to extended power outages.
Why You Need a Honda Generator this Winter