As hotels have reopened their doors to their valued customers, hotel managers have to make sure the backup power generator is serviced once again, and the annual oil changes performed, building load tests and load bank tests are up-to-date, the fuel tank is refilled, and repairs that were pending get done, especially if the generator powers elevators, fire pumps, door lock mechanisms or emergency lights.
At GenServe, we make sure that your generator is operational and in compliance. We understand how important it is to offer safety, comfort, security, and assurance to your customers that your facility is ready for unexpected power loss.
With a fleet of over 100+ experienced technicians standing by 24/7, with fully equipped service vans strategically located throughout the Mid-Atlantic Region, we can offer you a better service than what any other local competitor can offer.
Reach out to our sales team today to request a free quote on a PM Service Contract to make sure your generator is serviced regularly once again.
Guests expect hotel power to be functioning, regardless of natural disasters or other unforeseen electrical malfunctions. During unanticipated power outages, maintaining a reliable power source is vital to serving your guests.
According to the National Electrical Code (NEC), a generator typically supplies power to three main areas listed below. So regardless of what your generator powers are, it’s time to get it back on a regular preventative maintenance schedule.