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Why A Diesel Generator Is So Much Better

Posted by Aurora Generators on

When disaster strikes, the supply of natural gas and propane is often disrupted and shut off right away. Diesel fuel can be obtained at your local gas station without any problem or concern. If you have a diesel powered generator such as an Aurora Generator, you are in good hands.

We have had countless customers call us to convert from a natural gas powered or propane generator to one of our diesel generators after tornadoes sweep through their areas and the natural gas lines are shut down leaving their natural gas powered generator useless.       

It's something most people don't think about when they are out looking for a generator. They will look at the price and base their decision on that alone without thinking about how useless their unit will be when natural gas lines are shut down. Don't let this happen to you. It would be considered a very expensive mistake to make.

Diesel engines are very reliable and built tough. Perkins powers all our generators with their super reliable and tough engines. Should you every experience a problem, help is just a phone call away. A rep from Perkins will come and see you usually within 24 hours and they will solve the problem on the spot.

Our generators can operate non-stop for weeks at a time if required. No other type of generator can compare to the reliability and low operating costs of a diesel powered generator.

With easy financing available, the decision should be very easy for you if you are in the market for a home standby generator.

Our knowledgeable staff and tech support are a phone call or email away. Should you have a question or a concern, we will help you in any way we can. Call us during regular business hours or email us 24/7 and a rep will assist you.

To all our customers who have purchased a diesel generator from us in the past, Thank you for your business and trust. We are here today because of you and we will never forget that. 

 


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