Winter Generator Help
Winter generator help gets people thinking. Especially if the local weather calls for more ice, slick roads, severe flooding, blizzard warnings. Power outages can be the result if dangerous winds whip through our region.
Schools and businesses suffer. Home owners’ face cold days with no power. Owning a stand by generator is a great solution. Professionals from Northeast Generator offer 24/7 maintenance plans performed by a friendly and knowledgeable Generator Service Team. Winter generator help is only helpful when customers get peace of mind in a disaster.
Winter generator help starts with common sense. Northeast Generator’s vice president Mark Holzner says, “I’ve seen people take generators and put them in their basement.” Of course, running a generator inside your house can put your entire family at risk for carbon monoxide poisoning.
Generators must be at least 15 feet away from the house. For stand by generators, double check your owner’s manual. Northeast Generator employees’ are trained to provide winter generator help including checking the pressure at your home before a storm since negative pressure causes more carbon monoxide inside.
Homeowners are educated in preventative storm maintenance. “A generator needs air to function in the correct way, so owners will want to be observant. The generator won’t operation at optimal levels if allowed to get covered in snow,” comments Holzner.
Winter Generator help begins at the decision to purchase a stand by generator for your home or office. Stand by generators must be the right size. Too much electricity draw can overload them. Generators breakers trip if appliances used are more than required for a winter storm. Winter generator help begins with the professionals at Northeast Generator to help decide the right size unit.
From routine maintenance, troubleshooting, repairs to system testing, Northeast Generator ensures you get the most out of your generator over its entire life.