It won’t! The generator is its own power source, so it won’t be using any electricity from the power company.
Yes! Many solar energy systems are backed up by KOHLER generators. Whether you are looking to charge a battery bank or back up the home when solar energy alone is not sufficient, we can advise you on the best KOHLER solution for your situation.
Our generators are built to perform in all weather conditions, from hurricanes to blizzards. To ensure your generator functions properly, we recommend the use of cold-weather accessories in regions where temperatures frequently fall or stay below 32 degrees Fahrenheit. The best way to determine the accessories that would be most beneficial for you is to speak with one of our … Read More
Our generators connect seamlessly to your home’s natural gas or liquid propane system. If you do not currently have natural gas service, you may have a liquid propane tank installed on your property for your generator.
KOHLER Residential Generators, including the engines, are designed and assembled in America. We source our components and parts from trusted suppliers all over the world, including many here in the USA.
We can provide MSRP prices for our generators and accessories, but the installation process varies from home to home. Factors that impact installation cost include: Your desired fuel source and whether you already have it running to your home Any local permits that are required for installation (R&T Power Systems will handle the permitting process) The location your generator will … Read More
The size generator that is right for your home depends on your power needs. You can use the Generator Selector tool to get a ballpark idea, but for a detailed estimate, contact R&T Power Systems today! They can analyze your home’s electrical load and specify and install your generator system.