1. HOW YOU CAN MAINTAIN YOUR HOME STANDBY GENERATOR

    Did you know that a generator’s required maintenance is the replacement of the engine oil, oil filter and a complete tune-up at every 200 hours or 2 years, (or whichever occurs first)? Staying on top of your generator’s maintenance can help you prepare for power outages and guarantee a longer o…Read More

  2. WEATHERPROOF YOUR BUSINESS

    Does your business have a plan in place in case of a severe storm and power outage? Prepare in advance by developing a plan that ensures your business will still function during an emergency. Consumer’s Energy recommends that business owners implement the following tips to prepare their company fo…Read More

  3. 3 REASONS TO CONSIDER MOBILE LINK FOR YOUR GENERATOR

    Picture this scenario: You’re finally leaving for vacation and you’re so excited to finally have a chance to relax. You’re glad to know that you’ll be enjoying the beach by the time the weather turns in a few days. If a big storm hits back home, your generator should switch on, but how can y…Read More

  4. KEEPING YOUR BUSINESS SAFE: IT’S ALL ABOUT LOCATION

    Having a backup generator for power during a utility outage is essential for your business. A standby generator can help to keep the lights on and electrical equipment up and running. You can help to protect your business by making sure that your generator is safe from damage and is maintained so th…Read More

  5. CHOOSING THE RIGHT GENERATOR

    The summer season is  a great time to invest in a generator for your home. Buying a generator for the first time may be overwhelming, and homeowners often ask us if they should purchase an automatic standby generator or a portable generator? Before you make a decision and invest in a generator, det…Read More

  6. SAFETY FIRST: HOW TO PROTECT YOUR HOME

    Generator owners can find it reassuring to know they’ll have backup power in case of an outage during a storm. They can use their portable generators to power essential equipment such as portable heating units, computers, water pumps, freezers, refrigerators and lighting. If you are using a portab…Read More

  7. TAKING THE RIGHT SAFETY PRECAUTIONS

    Unfortunately severe thunderstorms can sometimes cause serious damage to a home. After heavy rainstorms some homeowners experience water damage and may find themselves walking into a flood zone in their basement. If the power goes out during a flood, your generator can be used to help you avoid wate…Read More

  8. IS IT WORTH IT TO WATERPROOF YOUR HOME?

    Cleaning up your home after a basement flood is not only an expensive repair – it could also take weeks to fix the damage. The estimated cost for six inches of water in a 1,000 square footage home is over $20,000, and your home insurance may not cover the damage. The best method is prevention, and…Read More

  9. HOMEOWNER RESTORATION – WHEN WATERPROOFING IS NOT ENOUGH

    Imagine returning home to water damage because your refrigerator leaked when you were away on vacation. The costs of home restoration can put a serious dent in your pockets, as water removal and mold remediation can costs thousands of dollars. The average cost of water damage restoration varies depe…Read More