Customer Testimonials

Reference Contacts

Jim Carpenter, East Lyme, (404) 275-8089
Neil Fichtelburg, Niantic CT, (860) 334-2071
Rich Sass, Old Saybrook CT, (860) 388-9282
Bill Migneault, Ledyard CT, (860) 464-9034

Customer Testimonials

Generators On Demand provided Pasta Vita with a 150kW emergency back-up power system that was necessary to keep the business up and running in times when power outages have become more and more frequent. Generators On Demand works with Pasta Vita to keep their business powered through the commercial generator leasing program. The program offers a reliable alternative to owning a back-up generator, delivering annual service and guaranteed power at no additional cost to the customer. Pasta Vita in Old Saybrook, Connecticut will never feel powerless again.
Rich Cersosimo
Owner, Pasta Vita
September 2012

With power outages and flooding becoming a regular occurrence on the shoreline, installing an automatic home stand-by generator to power sub pumps became a necessity. However, regularly maintaining the unit can often be a hassle. Generators On Demand offers a lease program, where the home was able to be powered in the event of an outage, and would never have to worry about scheduling regular maintenance on the unit. Generators On Demand offered the homeowner an insurance policy for power. If the home stand-by unit failed, Generators On Demand would supply back-up power until the generator was able to be repaired, at no additional expense! It’s a worry-free way to keep the power on when Mother Nature shuts it off.
Ted Hartensteirn
Homeowner, Old Saybrook

September 2012

Having a house near the water can be amazing, until hurricane season hits. With winds up to 75mph or more, and power outages lasting for days, installing a home generator seems more like a requirement now. Generators On Demand offers a turn-key package from pulling permits to final start-up, they take care of it all. Once your unit is installed, they also offer 24/7 service and maintenance packages to ensure you are never without power.
Barry Bradley
December 2012