Backup Generators Sales Event

United States, Texas, Houston – 04-08-2019 (PRDistribution.com) — Grasten Power Technologies (Grasten) is proud to once again be participating in the limited-time “Power Up Houston” event with Generac Power Systems (Generac).  Grasten is a Power Pro Premier Dealer for Generac, which enables us to offer the best prices on the Generac Guardian, EcoGen, Protector, QT, Synergy, and PowerPact series backup generators for both residential and commercial customers year round. But, during this event, which lasts until April 21st 2019, Grasten is able to offer a free 10-year warranty and one free year of preventive maintenance to all new customers, a $1,395 value!

Our preventive maintenance plans ensure that your backup generator stays running at peak efficiency and is ready for both short-term power outages caused by a downed power-line, a cut cable, or spring shower, as well as more serious events, such as a hurricane, summer heat wave, or winter freeze.  Additionally, the ten-year warranty gives you peace of mind in your investment, knowing that if something unfortunate did occur, you have a dedicated and qualified team of professionals supporting you. We are also happy to offer zero interest financing options beginning at $99/month!As one of the top automatic standby generator dealers in the country, Grasten Power Technologies has been servicing the greater Houston area for 12 years.  We provide sales, installation, maintenance, and repair services to any present and future backup generator owner. Please contact us for the details of the Power Up Houston sales event and secure the best deal on a Generac generator today!

Media Contacts:

Company Name: Grasten Power Technologies
Full Name: Josh Keller
Phone: 281-259-6500
Email Address: Send Email
Website: https://grastengenerators.com

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