Electrical Inspection

O.J. Mann Electric will contact your town electrical inspector for a date and time to inspect our installation. The inspector will confirm your standby generator was installed to manufacturer and town guidelines, and accurately sized to the electrical loads required to run during outage.

Electrical Installation

Most of our installations are completed within a day with one or more electricians. All our installers are employees of O.J. Mann Electric. We do not outsource our installations. We start early with the determination of having a working generator for you by end of day. When we complete your..Read More

Final Fuel Connection

Your fuel provider will come back to your home to perform the final fuel connection to the generator. Once the connection is complete, O.J. Mann Electric is ready to install your generator.

Fuel Inspection

A local town official will inspect your gas line with a pressure test up the generator. When the line is approved, the inspector will contact the fuel provider to follow up with the final fuel connection.

Fuel Installation

Propane: Your propane provider will now provide the tanks, fill, and piping up to the back of the generator. The final connection is not provided yet, as your local town official will need to inspect the gas line. Your propane provider will coordinate the fuel inspection with your town. Natural..Read More

Generator Delivery

O.J. Mann Electric delivers the generator to location on a customer built gurney that temporally affixes wheels to the base of the generator. We wheel the generator to location and hydraulically ease the unit onto the base. Our gurney is able to cross over sensitive areas of the home such..Read More

Generator Base

Standby generators require a level base for placement of either a concrete pad, bed of crushed stones, or a wood framed base filled with crushed stone. O.J. Mann provides either the option of a pre-cast GenPad© made to the specific contours of the generator, or a custom created pressure treated..Read More

Town Permitting

Your town considers your standby generator a permanent addition to your home and will require specific permits for placement. All standby generator installations require an electrical permit pulled by a Connecticut Licensed E-1 Electrician and a mechanical permit pulled by a Connecticut Licensed Master Plumber for the propane or natural..Read More

Fuel Proposal

All standby generators require fuel to operate. Residential standby generator runs on either natural gas or liquid propane. For homes without propane or natural gas, we will either recommend a propane supplier, or coordinate with a fuel supplier of your choosing. Natural Gas: For homes with natural gas, the generator..Read More

Generator Proposal

After our survey has been completed, we will provide you a detailed quotation. Our proposal will include the complete cost of the generator and electrical installation with exception of the fuel cost and connection. For natural gas and propane connections we can recommend contractors with years of experience installing standby..Read More