Standby Generator Repair
Standby Generator Repair
What is a Standby Generator?
A standby generator is a generator that is typically used as a backup power source in the event of a power outage. The generator will start up automatically when it senses that the power has gone out, and will provide power to your home or business until the power is restored.
A standby generator is a permanent, external fuel source which gives continuous power for days. It automatically switches to backup power during an outage and can be manually started by the transfer switch. The most common function of a standby generator is to provide backup power when your electrical service goes down, but it can be used for other needs as well. A standby generator is similar to an engine-powered machine; regular maintenance will help maximize its life span and effectiveness.
Check Your Generator Before a Storm
It is important to always monitor the status of your standby generator before a storm hits. If there are any problems with your generator, it is best to address them before the storm hits. This way, you can be sure that your generator will be in working order when you need it most.
If you are having trouble getting your generator to turn on, don’t worry. The team at Michigan Critical Power can help troubleshoot the problem.
Whole-home backup generators provide peace of mind during a storm or power outage. These generators automatically switch on and allow families to continue with their lives until Mother Nature is friendly again. Whole-home backup generators are reliable and easy to maintain– making them a wise investment for those who want to be prepared for any emergency or power interruption.
The team at Michigan Critical Power offers affordable generator repair services for those in need. We also provide emergency generator repair for those who might be in need of our services during a storm or power outage. Contact us today to learn more about our services!
Service & Support
Regular service and support is key to keeping your standby generator running smoothly. A qualified technician should be scheduled for regular visits to change oil and filters, and to perform other maintenance tasks such as replacing air and fuel filters. The air filter keeps dust and debris from clogging up your engine, while the spark plugs wear out over time and need to be replaced occasionally.
During each visit, the technician will also perform a thorough inspection of your generator to ensure everything is in good working order. This way, you can rest assured that your generator will be ready to go when you need it most.
GUIDELINES FOR EMERGENCY CALLS
When you need emergency service, please take the following steps:
Call our 24/7 Hot line to get you help ASAP. Please be advised sometimes in a bad storm we do get a lot of calls.
So it is best to make sure you are ready long before the storms do come.
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