Home Swimming Pools: A Care and Maintenance Guide

Home Swimming Pools: A Care and Maintenance Guide

Four Reasons Your Company Needs A Standby Generator

Ruben Franklin

Your business is important. You and your employees rely on it for your livelihood, and more importantly, your customers rely on you. Virtually every business needs electricity to operate, and even a brief outage can wreak havoc. That's why every business needs a backup generator. Here are four benefits of having your commercial electrical services professional set your company up with a standby generator.

You'll Still Be Able To Communicate With Your Customers

When natural disasters strike or transformers blow, the grid can be shut down for hours, days, or even weeks, depending on the severity of the problem. You still have business to conduct, however. Customers need to contact you about their orders. Prospective customers have questions about your products and services. Sales personnel and delivery drivers need to communicate with the home office.

You simply cannot afford to not have electricity, even for a brief period of time. This is especially true if your business operates nationally or globally, your customer base isn't going to know— or care— your power is out. You need a generator to temporarily supply you with your commercial electrical needs.

You Can Potentially Gain New Business

If a hurricane has knocked power out in your region and the electric company says it will take days to restore it, a business without a standby generator will need to stay closed. Not only will they lose money, they will also lose new business. If you are up and running while the competition is not, you'll likely see an increase in business, a far nicer prospect than losing it.

You Can Protect Your Business

If you're business is like most companies, you rely on a security system to keep your facility, equipment, and inventory safe. Unfortunately, most security systems won't work if they don't have the power to run them. This puts your entire operation at risk of looters and thieves. With a standby generator, when the power goes out, your generator will seamlessly kick in, protecting your assets.

You Can Have Power Zones

When the electrician installs your generator, you can let them know which areas of your company need power the most. For example, you absolutely need power for your security system, lighting, and computers. However, making sure the overhead lights in the storage closets are working probably isn't too important. The electrician can "wire" your standby generator to power only those areas of your company which really need it.

For more information, reach out to local commercial electrical services


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Home Swimming Pools: A Care and Maintenance Guide

As a teenager, I joined my local swim team and soon became a champion swimmer. I have been swimming my entire life, and my love for water pushed me to purchase a home with a large in-ground pool. Strangely enough, after years of swimming I had no idea how to take care of the pool. I knew that I needed to add chemicals to get rid of potentially dangerous bacteria, and I also knew that chemicals kept algae at bay. I didn't know how to choose from hydrogen peroxide, salt, or chlorine additives. I definitely had no idea about shock, and I didn't know how many chemicals to add. After some trial and error, a very green pool, and a necessary draining, I figured it out. I have compiled for you a number of blogs and resources so you do not have to make costly mistakes like me.

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