Sometimes people need a wake up call to realize how important emergency power generators are for your business. A huge blackout or a tropical storm heading your way can be an eye-opener, alerting you to the need for a temporary power supplier. A power outage or natural disaster may prevent you and your employees from working or conducting your daily activities.
A story in the Seattle Times tells the story of Andy from New England and Ed the plumber. Andy was seeking advice on emergency power generators. New England had been hit by a storm and this was his second prolonged power outage in a few years.
According to Ed, Andy needs to have a plan when he needs emergency power. The best thing for him is to get a portable generator system. These are emergency power generators that run on natural or propane gas. If the power goes out, the portable generator boots up and saves you during the shortage. These standby generators can last for days to weeks while full power is restored.
Thankfully, companies such as Power Plus carry these emergency generators and are fully licensed and insured to install them, as well as carrying out a variety of other generator services. They’ll also tell you the exact size you will need and where the equipment should be installed.