Finally, you have the right generator for your home! You’ve mastered how to stay ahead of power shortages and outages.
But wait, there’s still more to look into. No cause for alarm though, it’s simple.
After a generator installation, it’s tempting to simply sit back and have your generator do what it should when you need it.
However, like a car engine, your generator needs a little attention to keep working optimally.
Regular maintenance will help keep your system running. It also offers you an opportunity to identify potential issues early enough to prevent spending on expensive repairs.
So, out of your busy schedule, you may have to include a generator preventive maintenance program.
The maintenance plan is pretty simple; it includes:
- Checking the engine oil
- General visual inspection
- Exercising the generator at least every week
- Checking coolant levels at least every month
- And hiring an expert to perform a more thorough and detailed inspection and maintenance.
Professional home generator services
Installing a backup generator makes it part of your home components. And like every other part of your home, a little maintenance goes a long way.
In addition to regular checkups, a technician’s input is also essential.
Technicians know a lot about generators. They know what to do to ensure your generator performs effectively, plus having a technician will also help in catching minor issues before they become major problems.
Before settling on a given technician, make sure the technician is qualified to perform home generator services.
From generator installation, repair and maintenance, we do it all. Just one call, and we’ll get you sorted.