About

Clayton Preble

Clayton Preble

Clayton Preble founded GenSpring Power in 2002 after a 32 year career with Atlanta Gas Light and its parent company, AGL Resources. Since its first customer, GenSpring Power has grown to serve over 750 customers in Metro Atlanta & North Georgia. Our business model is built around offering the best generator brands, understanding the technology and its application, providing a quality installation, site preparation, electrical and gas installation and following up with great after sales service. Today, we market and sell what we believe to be the best 3 brands available (Briggs & Stratton, GE and Kohler). We believe these brands represent the best long term value for the customer. We also service Generac generators.

Glenn Preble

Glenn Preble

Glenn Preble joined the company in 2005 after graduating from the University of Georgia’s Terry College of Business. Glenn is proficient in generator technology, proper application and service. He and his wife Jackie live in Marietta and have one daughter. 

Keith Thomas

Keith Thomas

Keith Thomas joined the company in 2007. Keith is a certified technician in Briggs & Stratton, GE, Generac and Kohler generators. He and his wife Josie, Clayton’s niece, live in Jasper and have two children.

Clayton, just a note to tell you how pleased we are with our GenSpring Kohler whole house generator. The choice of Kohler and GenSpring couldn’t be better. In mid February a long-planned visit by our son and his family from Ohio was expected. The visit did happen BUT that was the day the ice storm hit!! We were without power for more than five days! No power out here means no water, no heat, no lights and no conveniences. The generator came on and we didn’t miss a beat! The grandchildren (and all of us) had a great visit thanks you you! I didn’t know how long our unit would run on a 24/7 basis but the rough figures are this – we started out with 65% full on a 500 gallon propane tank. so full would be 400 gallons. We finished the week with 50% full. So roughly 3% per day. Again, many thanks, keep good.

TB, Dawsonville, GA