A standby generator is the best way to ensure that your home will have power even in the event of an outage.  Is your generator ready for summer months? Here are a few tips to make sure your generator won’t fail when you need it most.

Make Sure it’s In the Right Location

Whether you’re having a new generator installed or you already have, it is important to make sure it is in an area that is protected and well-ventilated. Direct heat from the sun and poor air flow can cause a generator to overheat and break down.

Power it Regularly

Even if you do not need to use your generator, it is important to power it up from time to time to make sure it’s working like it should. Turn your generator on and let it run for a little while every so often to ensure that it will work when you need it.

Keep a Supply of Fuel

Your generator won’t do you much good if you don’t have any fuel to keep it running. If you already have a supply of fuel, make sure it isn’t too old. Some fuel types, like diesel, should only be kept for a few months.

Have Your Generator Inspected By CT Generator Service

Routine generator inspections ensure that minor problems can be corrected before they cause serious issues.

Is Your Generator Ready For Summer?

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