Don't Get Left In The Dark!

Get a Generator

Eastland Electric's team of licensed electricians can install a small portable generator, to power the necessities, or a standby generator, to power your entire home. If you already have a generator we can complete the proper generator maintenance to make sure everything keeps running smoothly. Eastland Electric is an Authorized Generac Dealer.

Generator INSTALL

Portable Generator


Get the power you need, when and where you need it. A portable generator can help power the basics in your home during a power outage, so that you are not left completely in the dark.

Whole Home Generator


 Stand up to unpredictable weather and unforeseen outages! Power your entire home with a standby generator. Don't worry about being without heat, lights or anything else. 

Generac Authorized Dealer


Generac is the most trusted name in residential standby power. If the power ever goes out, your standby generator automatically goes on, protecting you and your home 24/7.  

Generator Maintenance


Basic Check Up

A basic check up is recommended before or after major storms. 

A basic check up includes:

  • Exercise the generator to ensure proper function
  • Inspecting enclosure louvers for dirt and debris
  • Inspecting lines and connections for fuel or oil leaks
  • Inspecting the engine oil level


Regular Maintenance

Regular generator maintenance is recommended annually or every 200 run hours, whichever comes first. Our regular maintenance plan includes everything from the basic inspection plus:

  • Replacing the engine oil and filter
  • Checking the battery condition, electrolyte level, and charge
  • Checking for water intrusion 
  • Performing a fuel system leak test


Gold Standard Maintenance

This is recommended after the first 25 hours of run time and every 400 hours of run time after that. Gold Standard Generator Maintenance includes everything from the basic and regular maintenance plans plus:

  •  Replacing the air filter
  • Inspecting the spark plugs and replacing if necessary  
  • Inspecting and adjusting valve clearance 
  • Inspecting and cleaning the sediment trap