Posts Categorized: Industry News

Backup Generators are a Must for Restaurants

Restaurant open with backup generator during power outage

Backup generators are some of the most important tools we have for fighting power outages. Whether power outages occur from severe thunderstorms, natural disasters, or other forms of blackouts, restaurants need backup generators to ensure they still can have power. Many homeowners who don’t have power will need to acquire food from other places to… Read more »

Texas Wasn’t Prepared for the Winter Storm

Snowstorm with power outages

In the wake of the Texas ice storm this year, residents are wishing there was more preparation. Obviously, when we think of Texas, we don’t assume the state will get hit regularly with a severe winter storm, but it did happen this year. Many government officials and residents say they weren’t prepared for it. The… Read more »

Businesses that Need Backup Generators

Backup generators are responsible for saving lives and businesses when the power goes out. When you take a closer look at all of the ways you use electricity on a daily basis, it’s easy to see that you don’t want to be without power if you can help it. For some businesses, it’s even more… Read more »

Whole Home or Select Circuit: What’s the Difference?

It’s never a good thing when our homes lose power. However, having a backup generator can help you keep the lights on even when everyone else on the street is in the dark. If you’re looking for one for your home, chances are you’re trying to decide whether you want to configure a whole home… Read more »

Cell Phone Towers Need Backup Generators Too

Cell phone tower standing

In New York State, Senator Pete Harckham is introducing legislation for the requirement of backup generators for cell phone towers throughout the state of New York. As we see natural disasters and other weather-related issues causing power outages across the country, cell phone towers are the last resort of communication during a crisis.  For rescue teams and… Read more »

The Country is Finding More Value in Backup Generators

backup generator for power outages

From natural disasters to pandemics, the country is looking into the great value of having backup generators and other generators alike. Facilities and emergency responders around the country are investing in emergency generators for events that are out of their hands. First-responders are everything we have in emergency situations, which mean their facilities need all… Read more »

Backup Generator During COVID-19

Family During Isolation

It’s a tough time around the globe right now with the COVID-19 pandemic. People all around the world are staying home in isolation. Families, elderly, and individuals are sharing the responsibility of social distancing to help stop the spread of the virus. For many people, backup generators will play a major role in staying home… Read more »

Signs Your Backup Generator Isn’t Working

power outage from broken generator

It’s important to make sure your backup generator is working properly in case of an emergency. You never want to get hit with a power outage and not have your backup generator to save you. Here’s why you should check your backup generator see if it’s working properly and what signs to look out for… Read more »

Power Outage in the Adirondacks Affects Thousands

Adirondack snow storm

A snow and ice storm hit the Adirondacks on Friday, February 7. Thousands of people suffered power outages around Lake George, which left nearly 7,000 without power even on Sunday. Many homeowners know that the winters and storms in the Adirondacks are difficult to live through, and many have backup generators, but do all have… Read more »

Why Are People Buying Backup Generators?

Hurricane Natural Disaster

All over the country, more and more people are purchasing backup generators for their homes to prepare for possibly severe storms depending on the season. We see in California that the wildfire intensity is on the rise each wildfire season, and more people are experiencing power outages or worse losing their homes. Other places down… Read more »