News & Reminders from Byrd Electric

Louis Bowen’s New Generator

           Louis, a long time customer of Byrd Electric moved, to a new home that was serviced by a generator that really didn’t meet his expectations like the one he had at his previous home. After a couple of bad storms and a few frustrating issues he gave us a call.We installed a brand new Winco 21kw fully automatic generator with all the bells and whistles. He will have a lot of new friends during the power outages that frequent the area he lives in.


Billy, Louis and Frank

Let Byrd Electric help you with all your generator needs.


Billy, Louis and Frank

Dangerous Storms Hit Pickens County

Byrd Electric rises to the challenge!

May 28, 2011

It has been a rough night for everyone living in the south, we have had several tornados touch down in the north Georgia area, and we have crews spread out everywhere, and we expect to hear from more of our customers as the days progress, please contact us if there is anything we can help you with, remember if you are running a generator, use it in a well ventilated area and check the oil after 24 hours of run time. In the mean time be safe, and use caution around downed electrical lines.


Time to service your generator!

It’s that time of year, make sure you have your generator serviced !

Cold weather tips

Whether due to an extreme snowfall, an ice storm or a prolonged power outage, residents should be prepared to provide for their own needs for at least 72 hours. Consider having these items available in your home:

  • A three-day supply of water (include water for pets). You need four litres of water per person per day – two for drinking and two for food preparation and hygiene.
  • Several varieties of canned foods, meat and dried fruit. Include a manual can opener. Dried soups, peanut butter, nuts, granola bars, evaporated canned or powdered milk and cereal are also good choices.
  • Juice or juice crystals.
  • Large and medium-sized plastic garbage bags (orange or yellow make good visible signals). Large bags can also be used as ponchos, ground covers or blankets.
  • Plastic or paper dishes.
  • A portable radio and extra batteries.
  • A first-aid kit that includes extra prescription medication, extra eyeglasses, bandages, sterile gauze pads, tape, scissors, tweezers, antibiotic ointment, hydrogen peroxide and over-the-counter pain pills.
  • If needed, sufficient infant supplies including disposable diapers, disposable bottles, formula, etc.
  • A three-day supply of pet food, if required
  • A pocket knife (Swiss army style), a whistle and a spare set of house and car keys.
  • Sleeping bags and extra blankets.
  • Water purification tablets.
  • A flashlight and extra