Ensure you always have power. Even after a storm.

Southwest Florida whole home standby generators.

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For most of us, our homes are where we feel safest, where we know we can count on shelter, food, water and warmth. But what happens when there are no shelters, no food, no water, and no heat? For some, the answer is simple: They pack up and go. In fact, according to FEMA, about 40% of Americans plan to evacuate during hurricanes, storms and other weather events.

Keep the lights and air on at all times.

Nothing beats a whole home generator when it comes to ensuring that you have enough power in case of an emergency. You can count on JTE Electric to provide reliable, quality equipment to keep your family safe. If you live in the SW Florida area, we can help you find the perfect generator for your needs.

We carry a variety of whole home standby generators, including permanent models. These units are designed to run continuously without interruption and supply power to every room in your home. They come in gas and diesel options, and many include a built-in inverter that allows you to plug into standard household outlets, making it easy to operate while you’re away.

Our team at JTE Electric offers free consultations to discuss your specific needs and budget, and we offer financing plans to ensure you can purchase the exact unit you need.

Are you covered in case power is knocked out for days after a storm?

Do you live in areas where power surges and outages happen frequently?

Standby generators provide electricity 24 hours a day, seven days a week. They’re typically used for backup power in a natural disaster like hurricane, tornado, earthquake, etc., or in case of an outage due to a storm. Living in Southwest Florida and dealing with hurricanes, installing a standby generator could save you thousands of dollars over a decade.

A standby generator can keep the lights on and appliances running even though there isn’t enough electricity coming into your home. This allows you to continue living normally while repairs are made. You’ll still have access to hot water, heat, air conditioning, refrigeration, and other utilities.

There are many benefits to having a standby generator installed. For example, you won’t lose power during an extended blackout, avoid paying high utility bills, and reduce the risk of fires caused by overloaded circuits.


You can have all the power.

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Benefits of a Standby Generator for your Southwest Florida home

Protect your life and family

According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), people affected by outages are twice as likely to die during a blackout compared to those who aren’t affected. This statistic doesn’t include deaths caused by carbon monoxide poisoning.

Lower fire risk

Less power faults

Lower your insurance

Safe money on your energy bill

A study conducted by the American Council for an Energy-Efficient Economy found that families who installed standby generators spent $5,857 less per year on energy bills than those who didn’t install one.

No more flickering lights

Add more appliances

No more tripped brakers

Reduce the risk of damage to your property

According to the Insurance Institute for Business & Home Safety, having a backup generator could save your home up to 50% in property damage costs.

Get power where you need it

Keep items and food safe

Avoid break-ins

Get your electrical needs taken care of.


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How Much Power Do You Need?

The average American household uses about 5,000 watts of electricity each month. But what happens if there are major outages? How long could you survive without power? Here’s a look at how much electricity different appliances use.

Refrigerator: 600 watts

Sump pump: 750 to 1,500 watts

Portable heater: 1,500 watts

Window air conditioner: 1,000 watts


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