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When the power goes out, so does your normal routine. You won’t be able to watch TV, work on the computer, or listen to the radio. This could last hours. What will you do? Waiting around until the power comes back is an outdated practice. Most residents want their power on now. And the best way to get your power back now is with a generator.
Bloomfield Cooling, Heating, & Electrical Inc. offers generator repairs and maintenance services. Our service technicians have years of experience installing generators in New Providence, New Jersey and the surrounding areas. A generator can power appliances, consumer electronics, and other devices during an outage.
We offer maintenance service as well. We recommend regular inspections to ensure the generator is working properly. Our service technicians are licensed and certified in generator repair and maintenance.
A stand-by generator is a sophisticated piece of machinery and for that reason it is necessary to properly maintain and service it to ensure that it is operating at peak performance in the event that you need to rely on it as a back-up source of power.
Bloomfield Cooling, Heating, & Electrical Inc. has been in business since 1988. They were recognized as one of the best HVAC and electrical companies by Essex readers (readersâ€™ choice award) and Angie’s list (super service award).
If you don’t know anything about generators, then you’ve come to the right place. We know everything there is to know about generators, and we are glad to share that knowledge with you. For example, did you know that the starting wattage and the running wattage for a given appliance may be different? This may affect the number of appliances you can safely run with a generator. The solution is to install a higher capacity generator.
Did you know that most new generators need an oil change after the first 25 hours of use. After that, it’s every 50 to 60 hours (according to the FamilyHandyman.com). If you plan on installing a generator, you need to have oil and filters as well. Also, although it may be common knowledge, generators run on gasoline.
If the generator isn’t refueled, but the motor is kept running, while connected to the house, the electrical load in the house will drain the magnetic field from the generator coils in the generator (according to FamilyHandyman.com). This will permanently disable the generator, even if you add gasoline and restart the motor. To fix this problem, the generator coils have to be re-energized.
The best way to refuel the generator is with a container that features a nozzle. If the gasoline isn’t poured directly into the reservoir, it may splash and cause a fire. To avoid this, wait 15 minutes until the generator has cooled (according to the FamilyHandyman.com).
Insights like this is why Bloomfield Cooling, Heating, & Electrical Inc. is recognized as one of the best providers of generators in New Jersey. Call us today we are standing by.