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September 27, 2018

Ways to Keep Your Generator Healthy This Fall

Your standby generator is just as important as your furnace. Generally a standby can last up to 10,000 – 30,000 hours, depending on how well maintained the generator is and the number of power outages. If you don’t anticipate too many power outages a year, your standby can last up to 20-30 years. Whether your standby generator lasts a few years or 30 years, it needs routine maintenance to function effectively and live out its lifespan. Even though it's still pretty hot ... Read More
September 5, 2018

Preparing for a Generator Installation

Storms and harsh weather conditions are the usual culprits for a power outage, and unfortunately, there isn’t much you can do to prevent them. No homeowner should have to deal with a power outage, especially when your food can spoil and your home is at risk of flooding because the sump pump can’t work. The good news, however, is that you can prepare your home for a power outage with the right kind of generator.

How a Generator Can Help You

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June 15, 2018

Troubleshooting Common Generator Problems

Hurricane season is right around the corner. If your generator has seemed like its performance has decreased the last time you needed it, you should have the necessary repairs done before the next storm hits. If you are experiencing problems with your backup system, here are some ways for you to troubleshoot:

Signs of a Problem

  • Leaks. Oil, fuel, coolant - it can all potentially leak. The most common problem occurs when the generator sits idle for too long. It's possible ... Read More