Standby Generator Installation in New Jersey
Power outages are not uncommon in central or northern New Jersey, whether caused by winter ice storms, hurricanes, traffic accidents, or everyday maintenance issues. To keep your home or business safe, comfortable, and operating smoothly when the lights go out, consider a standby generator from Service Professionals.
We carry high-performance models from top manufacturers like Generac, Cummins, and Briggs & Stratton. Our team can provide a professional installation, so you have the peace of mind that comes with continuous backup power for all your critical equipment.
Need a standby generator for your New Jersey home or business? Call Service Professionals today to request your free generator installation quote.
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Benefits of a Standby Generator
Power outages can be quite inconvenient, whether they last a few hours or several days, and the longer your home or business is without power, the greater the chances of long-term damage and losses. By installing a standby generator, you can:
- Keep your home or business comfortable with full heating and cooling
- Avoid frozen plumbing, burst pipes, and leaks
- Power refrigerators, freezers, point-of-sale systems, and more
- Stay informed with emergency radios, televisions, and internet service
- Power crucial devices like oxygen machines, CPAPs, and other life-saving equipment
Why Install a Standby Generator
When sized properly and professionally installed, a standby generator can:
Provide Continuous Backup Power
When a stable, reliable power source is vital for your New Jersey home or business, a standby generator is ideal. If utility power is lost, it takes only a matter of seconds for the generator to sense the outage, start, and transfer all the loads to the generator. This happens automatically, and when power is restored, the generator will switch all loads back to the utility grid and shut itself down.
Protect Critical Power Needs
Many homes and businesses have critical equipment that cannot go without power, from oxygen machines and heart rate monitors to heating and cooling equipment, refrigeration systems, and safety systems. Standby generators protect your critical power needs, keeping your vital systems running and protected from outages.
How Standby Generators Work
Standby generators use an engine powered by natural gas, propane, or diesel fuel to turn an alternator or powerhead, creating clean, stable AC power for your entire home or business, or just a few critical circuits.
A transfer switch is responsible for disconnecting your building from the grid and transferring all loads to the generator, and most operate automatically.
Standby Generator Maintenance
Like any engine, a generator needs occasional maintenance to avoid problems and keep it running smoothly. For most generators, this includes an annual service visit that features tasks such as:
- Replacing the air filter
- Changing the oil
- Testing the spark plugs
- Checking valve lash
- Inspecting electrical cables and connectors
- Verifying voltage and engine speed
- Testing the transfer switch
Why Trust Service Professionals for Standby Generator Maintenance?
At Service Professionals, we offer expert maintenance for all common brands and models of standby generators, from Generac and Briggs & Stratton to Cummins, Kohler, GE, and more.
Our technicians are skilled, well-trained, and experienced. Our standby generator maintenance services are designed to maximize your generator’s efficiency, performance, and service life while complying with all manufacturer specifications. Plus, all our work is backed by a 100% satisfaction guarantee and our exclusive Thumbs Up Guy guarantee.
Choose our team at Service Professionals when you need an expert to service or install a standby generator in Essex County, Union County, Somerset County, or beyond.
Call 908-272-9090 or contact us online to schedule standby generator services in central or northern New Jersey today!
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