Here’s how to enter in 3 easy steps:

  1. Fill out the form below to book your quote with one of our licensed electricians.
  2. Schedule your generator installation.
  3. Put down a $500 deposit for your chance to win!

This contest is valid JAN 2023 – MAR 2023. All entrants must accept quote and put down a deposit of $500 for a valid contest entry. Generator project must be paid in full and completed to win. One winner will be chosen. Once job is completed, customer will be credited back the generator cost ONLY via check. The winner will be drawn on March 10th at 10 am. Winner must accept within 48 business hrs or a new winner will be selected.

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Prize-winning home owners in front of Generac whole home generator

Meet Our 2022 Winners: Bob & Becky

Bob and Becky hail from beautiful Bedford, NH.  We asked them to share with our customers a little about their experience with Heritage and what this generator giveaway has done for them.


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Generac whole home generator

Peace of mind in as little as 2-days!

Standby generators will truly power your entire home, so you can stay connected and weather the storm with all your comforts!  And since whole-home standby generators are a permanent installation with their own fixed fuel supply, trudging outside in the rain and snow is a thing of the past.  They offer a true set-and-forget package that kicks in so quick, you may not even have noticed you lost power!

And the best part?  We can have your generator installed and ready to run in as little as 2-days!  Keep your home on all winter with a professionally installed whole-home standby generator by Heritage.

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Ice Storm Power Outage

Why is having a whole-home standby generator important in New England?

With the wildly different weather conditions, we experience here in the Northeast, power outages are no uncommon occurrence for many of us.  As past winter storms have proven to us before, homeowners can be left without power for days or even weeks in our region when they get bad enough.  This can leave our homes vulnerable to damage from things like frozen pipes, and without essentials like running water if you live on a well.  A few of us might even have a portable generator tucked away in storage just for this, but they can be loud, smelly, and dangerous to operate if you don’t know what you’re doing.  Not to mention the hassle of playing the “guessing game” to see which breakers you can switch back on.