Monthly Archives: October 2013

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Back-up Generators: They’ve Got Your Back

Picture this:  Your phone just died while you were in the middle of a very important phone call with your boss. You plug in your phone and after it just about reaches that first dot of life, the power dies. No internet, no computer, no cellphone — no nothing. Desperate, you try and reach out for your phone to call your boss on his landline, but you suddenly remembered that you can’t, since he’s out of the country on a business trip. Now that right there is an undesirable scenario. If we’re not careful and prepared enough, this might just happen in real life. In fact, it likely already has.

When the power goes out and it is cold…you are going to love having your newly installed generator.

The best way to spare yourself and those close to you from this cringing scenario is to get a backup generator installed right away. When the power goes off, not only is it a huge inconvenience to you and your work process, but it also affects the daily workflow of your household. Admit it, more than half of the things that you need and rely on to get to function daily are either connected to an electrical socket, battery operated or is internet-dependent. If you get a generator installed, you wouldn’t have to worry about not being able to do or finish whatever it is you need to work on. You would still be able to function regularly.

Now you may think that getting a generator installed is complicated stuff and you’re having second thoughts because you just want to save yourself from more paperwork. But actually, it’s not that complicated at all. Service calls for backup generator installations by Schaffhouser Electric Company are generally designed to suit you and your schedule. They are glad to work whenever it is that you can take the time off from your busy schedule. Manned with the most qualified electricians and support staff, you are sure to get your money’s worth. Just give them a call and they would be readily available, twenty-four hours a day, seven days a week.

Isn’t it a huge relief not to ever worry about power outages getting in the way of you and your work anymore? Or having your Friday Family Movie Nights ruined? Or freezing half to death because the there’s no electricity for your heater. You can finally go to sleep at night without having to worry about all those things because unlike any other typical horror movie, for once, you are in control.

Home Building Hope Project

Building a Home – Building Hope

Schaffhouser Electric is proud to have been able to contribute to one family’s dream come true.

There are many reasons that people may be in desperate need of safe and affordable housing. Sometimes it is a tornado, sometimes a flood. Whatever the reason, Habitat for Humanity is there; partnering with future homeowners and the larger community. Here at Schaffhouser Electric, we are honored to have been able to donate our time and labor to a Habitat project. We have a vendor partner in Border States that has provided all of the materials that were installed in this project.

Volunteering with Habitat not only feels good for the volunteer, but for the future homeowner.

Volunteering with Habitat not only feels good for the volunteer, but for the future homeowner, who is also pitching in…it is life-changing.

Our technicians provided the electrical and low voltage wiring installation for this home. The family purchasing the home, along with Habitat volunteers and others from the community can now move to the next phase of construction. It isn’t often you get to directly make a difference in the life of an entire family. We are glad to do so and are grateful to our customers who make it possible to do what we love and give back to our community.

In the US alone, 48.5 million people are living in poverty.

In the US alone, 48.5 million people are living in poverty – making safe and affordable housing critical.

Habitat for Humanity helped a record 94, 618 people in 2012.

Habitat for Humanity helped a record 94, 618 people in 2012.