Though a backup generator is a good idea for any business, the installation is not a job for anyone—that’s a task best left to the professionals. And, not just any professionals. You want a team trusted by thousands to complete the job quickly, correctly and safely. Here’s why Woodstock Power is that team:
- Experience. We not only have experience with facilities, data centers, demolition contractors, large residential properties, hospitals and schools, we have experience with every industry brand, including Kohler, John Deere, Asco, York, Liebert, Cummins, Waukesha, Caterpillar, SquareD, BAC, Trane and more!
- Service. Our number one priority is you, the customer. Your safety, education and satisfaction are of the utmost importance to us, and we intend to serve every client with the highest level of customer service.
- Affordability. We pride ourselves on providing quality service at a great deal. Our used generators usually sell for 70% off, even though they are in like-new condition. We are transparent about our fees and pricing.
When working with Woodstock Power Company, in addition to handling generator installation services, we also provide consultation for generator pre-installation requirements and generator post installation services.
The installation process of installing a commercial generator takes a lot of prep work. There is a lot of foundation that must be covered in detail before making the call and following through.
We can help navigate you through each step, including:
1. Calculating power requirements
2. Consulting with local EPA agency and a certified electrician
3. Calculating space, size, location, fuel type, voltage, and AMPS needed
4. Selecting a generator brand and model that fits your needs
5. Planning & laying down your concrete pad & electrical foundation
6. Adhere to all local permits and regulations
Whether new, used, or surplus, all generators require constant service and maintenance.
A typical commercial generator maintenance guide can be found here.
After the successful installation of your generator, be sure to follow our general guidelines for maintenance of a commercial generator and the testing timetables for your commercial generator.
If a commercial generator is tested, serviced, and maintained regularly, it will last you for many years to come and you can depend on it to provide power when you need it most.