In Part 3 we will take a detailed look at the steps necessary to maintain your standby generator system for MAXIMUM RELIABILITY. If your standby generator system fails to start, run, and transfer power during a utility power outage you have only the illusion of a backup generator. MAKE SURE YOURS IS RELIABLE!
Part 2 takes a “Deep Dive” into the technical details required to attain the highest degree of RELIABILITY from your generator system. The vast majority of service calls for generator failures that we receive during power outages are for generator systems that were poorly installed and/or poorly maintained.
Have you thought about the answer to this question and how your family will survive the next time your electrical utility service is interrupted? Electrical outages can range in length from a few hours to several days or even weeks at a time.
A gasoline generator is a tremendous resource to have during a power outage, especially an extended outage. A generator that runs on more than one fuel source gives you more options when you need them most.