Meet P&G at your complimentary site consultation. At your site consultation, we will explain the difference in whole house and essential circuit generator sizing, and see which one fits your needs—and your budget—better. We will also determine the best location for your generator, taking into account:
A home generator plus installation typically starts under $7,000. However, the total cost will vary based on your power and installation needs.
When shopping standby home generators, your checklist should include generator, automatic transfer switch, permits and quality installation. But don’t worry. P&G will handle all the details, so you don’t have to. And P&G offers multiple financing options with approved credit so you can pay over time.
Depending on inventory, scheduling and your site requirements, we can often schedule installation within two weeks. Larger generators, installation of LP tanks, busy utility companies/permit offices or extensive utility work might push this out a little more.
Most installations take a day or two. And P&G will take care of it all. We’ll coordinate our team of licensed technicians to make sure the job’s done right. Here’s how it works:
*Generator must be purchased from and installed by P&G. Does not apply to units that have been serviced or worked on by others in interim. Offer expires 365 days from date of start-up.
Your Kohler automatic standby generator can be counted on to keep the electricity in your home running in the worst of conditions. Just like any major home appliance, however, regular care and maintenance is important for your generator. P&G’s generator service maintenance plan performed by our factory-trained technicians will ensure that your generator is ready to run when you need it.
Are you a home builder or remodeler who is interested in a Kohler automatic standby generator on an upcoming project in Mt. Juliet or the greater Nashville area? Connect with us. We love working with GCs as early as possible during the process to minimize generator installation costs and disruption to the vision of the project. Plus, if you’re working with an owner, they might choose to roll the generator cost into their construction loan.