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  1. #11
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    Quote Originally Posted by Albertmitchell View Post
    I would recomened you to look at this propan generator Westinghouse WGen3600DF (If you need, i can send you the link with review on it) - A conventional generator with a sturdy construction and a powerful engine, providing enough watts for all essential appliances and a long runtime
    I know the real story when this machine became the best friend for small family business
    Hi, is this 3600 model loud? I want to buy a gen around 4000, but now I'm considering an inverter option as they are considered quieter.
    Can anyone give feedback on Westinghouse iGen4500DF, foun it in the article about truck generator, but I'm not sure. Is it worth overpaying for this modern inverter technology?
    I used to own cheap Duromax gen, but it was too loud for me

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    Currently, there are three types of generator which runs on different kinds of fuel.

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    I understand you, but in this situation you need a good generator not a generator advice, that's my opinion. I live in the suburb of Montreal, and we also have a small cafeteria there too, so my father and I decided to buy a new generator because sometimes there can be small problems with the electricity. Furthermore, I found on trimthatweed.com some good ones, you can look there maybe you will find something for you too. Hope my message will be useful for you, and you will solve your problem with the generator.
    Last edited by Rustlen; 03-10-2021 at 12:56 PM.

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    solar panels maybe an alternative

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    Quote Originally Posted by Rustlen View Post
    I understand you, but in this situation you need a good generator not a generator advice, that's my opinion. I live in the suburb of Montreal, and we also have a small cafeteria there too, so my father and I decided to buy a new generator because sometimes there can be small problems with the electricity. Furthermore, I found on trimthatweed.com some good ones, you can look there maybe you will find something for you too. Hope my message will be useful for you, and you will solve your problem with the generator.
    I agree with you.

 

 
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