Perkins Generator Sales and Service

Stay plugged in. At home. At work. On the move.

Worried about the impact of winter storms, summer tornados, rolling power outages?
Concerned about losing power to your security systems or corporate computer systems?
Tired of your lights going out when the utility power fails?

Perkins Generator Sales & Service was established to provide scalable electric power solutions with premier technical support and quality customer service. All Perkins on-site inspectors, installers, and technicians are fully licensed and factory trained. We stand behind the power and longevity of the Generac product and the quality local installation, service, and support we provide.

We have a wide range of industry-leading and customizable solutions for any emergency or temporary power need. As a Premier Generac Residential, Commercial, & Industrial Dealer we bring you peace of mind with a full line of reliable Generac products and personalized service.

  • Home emergency backup solutions to keep your family plugged in and protected
  • Business stand-by generators to extend your productivity and maintain a competitive advantage
  • Industrial stand-by generators to provide and maintain power for your mission critical operation

Chuck Perkins installed his first Generac generator in 1994 and became an Industrial Dealer in 1998. In 2004, joining Generac’s new residential dealer program, this allowed rapid expansion into the local residential market. Since 2008, Chuck has been an active member of Generac’s Residential Dealer Advisory Council and has been a key contributor in new product development with Generac’s Product Management Team.

“Whether it's a standby power system for a large data center, a backup generator powering the family home through an outage, portable generators powering tools at the job site, or the cleaning power of a pressure washer, Generac meets the power needs of consumers and businesses alike. Across the country and around the world.” (Generac website)

Damage from power outages include:

  • Unprotected homes
  • Lost revenue due to forced business closure
  • Spoiled refrigerated food and medicine
“The U.S. has sustained 151 weather-related disasters since 1980 in which overall damages and costs reached or exceeded $1 billion at the time of the event. Twelve occurred during 2011 alone—the most for any year on record, with total costs being approximately $52 billion. In 2013, there were seven disasters where overall damages exceeded $1 billion.” (National Climatic Data Center)