We're an Authorized Kohler Generator Dealer
A standby home generator keeps your power on during an outage. It’s installed outside your house (like an AC unit) and comes on automatically — whether you’re home or away. All within seconds of a power outage.
Plus home generators run on propane or natural gas, so there’s no refueling.
Who We Are...
With over 30 years of experience, Great Neck Electric & All Air is a full-service, licensed and insured electrical contracting company specializing in both residential and commercial electrical / heating / HVAC services and generator installations & maintenance.
We offer a wide-range of services from design/build, maintenance to renovations, or conventional electrical installations, allowing you or your company to satisfy the electrical contracting needs of most projects.
Prepare Your Home for Winter
Every year brings about a whole host of severe weather events. With recent storms like Sandy, we’re reminded of the importance to plan ahead and prepare our home and family the best we can. Here are some tips to prepare your home for the winter weather season.
- Have trees and branches trimmed.
- Clean your gutters.
- Get your sump pump inspected.
- Have your heating system inspected.
- Make a backup plan for long power outages.
Learn About Energy Efficiency Tips & Tricks
Learn about the services we offer & what we can do for your home or business. We also share valuable tips on creating a more energy efficient home to help with savings!
Seal it up
Plugging up the leaks that allow cold air to slip into your house and drive up your heating bills”is an important first step in creating an energy-efficient home. Such leaks are often found around doors and windows, but they also can be in your basement or attic.
Adding insulation can help keep your home comfortable all year round. It turns out that about half of the homes in the United States are underinsulated.
Seal the ducts
In forced-air heating and cooling systems, ducts carry hot or cold air to different parts of home. The Environmental Protection Agency estimates that roughly a fifth of this air escapes through leaks. To address this headache, consumers can use duct sealant to repair leaks in exposed ducts.
Install a programmable thermostat
Another way to cut energy costs is a programmable thermostat. These devices save about 10 percent on your heating bills and your cooling bills in the summer, so they pay for themselves literally in a matter of months, says Kateri Callahan, president of the Alliance to Save Energy.
Replace old windows with energy-efficient ones
Replacing old, leaky windows with higher-efficiency models can also make your home greener. Instead of aluminum-framed models, Paul Zuch, the president of Capital Improvements, recommends that consumers go with wood.
Add storm windows
Storm windows can be a lower-cost alternative to a full-blown window replacement project. If your interior windows are in good shape, then [installing storm windows is a quick way to increase your energy efficiency without going through the expense and the mess of ripping out your current windows
Install energy-efficient doors
When looking for energy efficiency, avoid hollow metal doors, says Celia Kuperszmid Lehrman, deputy home editor at Consumer Reports. Any kind of hollow door is going to be terrible because the air is going to infiltrate right through.