SBT Designs is now a proud dealer for Generac Guardian Emergency Home Standby Generators

Emergency electric power from seven kilowatts (7kW) all the way up to forty kilowatts (40KW) for the home or office during electric utility brown outs, power drops and black outs.

San Antonio, Texas - SBT Designs announces that we are now a proud dealer for Generac Guardian Emergency Home Standby Generators. Guardian home standby generators are one of the many logical choices SBT Designs offers for home electric power generation. Now in addition to renewable energy power systems SBT Designs can offer emergency electric power from seven kilowatts (7kW) all the way up to forty kilowatts (40KW) for the home or office during electric utility brown outs, power drops and black outs.


Just because the utility goes down there is no reason to be without needed electric power. SBT Designs can help insure their customers have power during any critical period like storms, floods, tornados, hurricanes, acts of terrorism and frequent utility failures.

When you need emergency power for your home or office contact SBT Designs at 800-895-9808, on the Internet at sbtdesigns@earthlink.net or www.sbtdesigns.com

SBT Designs, sells and installs electronic automatic control, accent lighting and renewable energy products and systems for residential and light commercial structures. Our products and services provide convenience, safety and energy savings.

Our new address is:
SBT Designs
25581 IH-10 West San Antonio, Texas 78257
210-698-7109 FAX: 210-698-7147
www.sbtdesigns.com

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