Keep your Generac Generator maintained; be prepared for power outages.
- Change air filter element (replaceable)
- Change oil and oil filter (replaceable)
- Change spark plugs (replaceable)
- Check and clean enclosure louvers
- Check battery electrolyte level and charger
- Clean battery terminals
- Check, clean air intake filter compartment – change air intake filter (replaceable) if necessary
- Check complete fuel system, fuel regulator and fuel line integrity
- Check generator control panel
- Check valve gap – adjust if necessary
- Clean and remove any residue from the generator transfer switch
- Complete electrical check, voltage and frequency
- Perform electrical diagnostic check of automatic standby system and voltage regulator
- Inspect engine compartment
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We are authorized installers of Generac Generators as they have proven to be quality, efficient and uphold our same integrity in their business. Again, prepare for the future with a Generac whole house standby generator. Be prepared for power outages.
We also offer a Home Maintenance Program to protect all of the electric in your home.