$20,250 in Houston TX from Generator Super CenterIf you don't mind, what did that cost? I had a few quotes for propane versions last year and they were insane.
That sounds pretty reasonable. I was debating air vs liquid cooling. There are pros and cons for each. Some coworkers have liquid cooled ones and they are always breaking down with coolant issues, etc. But they last longer if maintained, it is claimed.$20,250 in Houston TX from Generator Super Center
Its about double the air cooled models, but in my personal opinion if you are going to get a generator, it should be liquid cooled.
Should get your engineer to put the cooling loop into the pool filter. That when when you run the generator you heat the pool for no extra cost.