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Mobile Link™ Remote Monitoring System

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Mobile Link cellular remote monitoring lets you get and share information about your home standby generator.   Access important information such as current operating status, maintenance schedule, historical information, and more directly from your smartphone, tablet, or computer. Simply install the Mobile Link device on your generator and create your account. It’s that easy.

  • Provides over 40 different customizable message
  • Stays on when the power goes out unlike WIFI-based solutions
  • Lowest total cost of any wireless monitoring solution
  • Installs in less than 15 minutes and remarkably easy to use

*Monitoring service is included for the first year with purchase of the Mobile Link product. After the first year, choose from low-cost monthly or annual plans. Ongoing subscriptions available for as little as $99 per year.



Remote Monitor


No need to go outside during inclement weather to check your generator’s status. Completely wireless and battery powered, Generac’s Wireless Monitor provides you with instant status information without ever leaving the house. Basic features include:

  • Red, yellow and green status indicator lights with Buzzer function to alert owners when the generator needs attention
  • Audio alert when battery is low
  • Compact sleek design and magnetic backed for refrigerator mounting
  • 600-foot line of sight communication



Propane Tanks

propane tanks for generators

120 Gallon – 499 Gallons Available

  • Powder coated for a durable long lasting finish.
  • Underground tanks available.



Earthquake Valves

earthquake valve

An earthquake valve or seismic valve is an automatic way to shut off the low pressure regulated gas supply to a structure during a major earthquake and/or if a pipe is broken. These are applicable both to utility supplied natural gas and to gaseous liquefied petroleum gas (LPG).

These small devices are installed on the property gas meter (usually between the utility company’s metered installation and the structure piping) and are designed to instantly stop the natural gas supply in order to protect the structure if a gas leak or line break occurs during an earthquake.

The utility companies recommend you shut off your gas immediately after an earthquake if you smell gas. If you are at work or away when an earthquake hits, then you may not be able to get home in time. An earthquake valve will take care of this instantly for you.

Office: 818.718.0200
Fax: 818.718.0400


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