Installing a standby generator on your property is one of the easiest ways to secure peace of mind and ensure that in the event of a blackout, you’ll have power. But just like all types of machines, generators function best when they are maintained and serviced on a regular basis. That being said, the specific type of maintenance that your generator requires will likely depend on a number of factors, including the type of generator you have, its age, how often you use it, and even the temperature outside. Here’s a look at how weather and the change of seasons may affect your generator maintenance routine–
There’s nothing worse than a power outage in the dead of winter. By making sure your standby generator is prepared for the coldest of temperatures, you’ll be able to keep the lights on when it goes dark. Things that you should do to help your generator run more smoothly in the wintertime include:
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When the weather starts to warm, there are some specific warm-weather-preparation steps to take, too. For example, you want to make sure that the generator is:
As the seasons change, you’ll likely need to perform maintenance on your standby generator. For generator maintenance services you can trust, call Generator Technologies Inc. You can reach us by phone or online now.
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