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Why Your Business Should Consider a Backup Generator

A backup commercial generator such as the one pictured can help keep a business running when the traditional power gets cut off.Imagine this: in the middle of working on a project, your screen goes blank. Half-way through a build, your machine shuts off. Walking through the halls and the lights go dark.

Your power has just gone off without warning.

Power outages seem to come at the worst times. Often during heavy demands on the system, such as when air conditioners are working double time during the summer heat. An unexpected power outage without a pre-disaster plan can grind your business to a halt, that is, if you don’t have a backup generator on hand. 

Your business needs power to keep the work flowing and without a backup generator, downtime can cost you money and relationships with clients. This article is all about the reasons your business needs a backup generator.

1. Have Business Operational Insurance

Having an emergency plan for your business in case of a disaster will help your staff navigate an unforeseeable situation. No emergency management plan is complete for a business that uses technology without a standby generator. Having your business’s emergency management plan in place will also give you peace of mind knowing that there are steps to take when things go wrong. 

2. Backup Generators Save Your Company Money

Setting aside the emotional side when you stop worrying about a power outage, backup generators save your company money. Consider the money your company gains from having a consistent power supply, including your machinery, computers, servers, phones, and more. Think of the cost of an unexpected shutdown on all of these devices and the cost of getting them up and running again. 

3. Fewer Business Interruptions

Many businesses rely on complete or consistent uptime for their electricity and technology. An automatic switch when your power goes down to your backup generator means your workstream will not have an interruption. When your power kicks back on, your generator will go back to standby mode. This whole process will keep you from having to take action outside of your normal working duties.

4. Commercial Backup Generators are Easy for Your Business

Businesses run efficiently when everyone does what they are best at doing. You are best at running the big picture of your business and meeting with clients. Working with electrical professionals who have experience installing commercial backup generators is an easy solution to the issue of downtime when power outages come to your business. The generator system can go in quickly, then you can enjoy the benefits of having a fallback plan.

Get a Backup Commercial Generator Installed to Protect Your Business

Backup generators help to save your company money while providing a plan in case your power goes out. Continue giving great service to your customers, protecting your staff, and keeping your machines running. When you are ready to set up your business’s emergency plan, consider Jarvis Construction. We specialize in helping businesses plan for and recover from all kinds of disasters. 

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