Generators

Quiet. Compact. Reliable.

Our Cummins QuietConnect™ Series whole home Standby Generators are a safe and permanent backup solution for your home during an outage.

Your generator turns on automatically during an outage, delivering power quietly and quickly, automatically turning off when power is restored.

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Free Mobile Monitoring
Noise Levels 65 Decibels or Less
Fuel Saving Crank Test
Customizable Power Exercise Test
Fuel Consumption - Uses Less than 2 gal LP/hr
On-site Acoustic Testing Center
Warranty Lengths - 5, 7, and 10 Years

What makes Cummins Quiet Connect Generators right for you?

Powerful Performance

High-powered engines are designed to provide peace of mind, producing the exact amount of power your home needs at any given moment.

Neighborhood Friendly

Patented sound technology and an advanced housing design help make our generators some of the quietest in the industry.

Compact Design

The compact design allows installation close to your home, and the sleek appearance blends into landscaping.

Eco-friendly

Ultra-efficient natural gas or propane-powered engines create more power with less fuel for more environmentally friendly operation.

Remote Monitoring

Cummins Connect Cloud allows you to control your generator from almost anywhere using a mobile device.

What size generator do you need?

The size of your generator depends on how much power you need. Do you want to back up your whole home or part of your house? It usually comes down to your budget and how comfortable you want to be during an outage. Your FSM inspector will walk you through, step by step, to determine the right unit for you and your family.

What to expect during installation

Installing a standby generator requires highly trained professionals that comply to various national, state and local codes. Fortunately, your inspector and installer at FSM can help! Our team is trained and certified by Cummins. FSM has a master electrician on staff to oversee each installation.

The following is a guide for a typical installation:

1

A whole home transfer switch is installed, either inside or outside your home. This is an electrical device that connects your home to power from either your generator or your utility provider.

2

Fuel lines are run from your gas meter to the generator's future location.

3

The generator is installed outside your home. Your FSM inspector will help you determine the correct location based on a variety of factors and compliance to codes.

4

The transfer switch is then wired to the generator and house electrical panel. A data cable is installed from the generator to customers existing router.

5

The fuel lines are now connected to the generator, following local code.

6

That’s it! FSM has a full service team so you can have ultimate peace of mind.

Why Choose Us?

For more than 10 years FSM has focused on putting Michigan homeowners first. We’ve built our reputation one job at a time and we work hard every day to maintain it. Our on staff Master Electrician oversees each job, ensuring a level of professionalism unheard of in the electrical industry. In the end, we’re not just fixing a problem—we’re protecting you and your home.

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