Following the launch of their latest range of electric standby generators that includes diesel, air and liquid-cooled, and portable options last December, Buckeye Power Systems LLC released a new report on how to choose the right installer for these generators.
According to sources, the report focuses on the top factors that consumers must put into consideration when looking for a new standby generator to buy, whether they want a commercial or a residential model. The said report also provides tips on choosing a qualified installer. Based on it, selecting a qualified electrician to do the installment of the gen set is more involved rather than just simply comparing quotes.
“Homeowners need to look for an installer with good experience installing standby generators,” explained David Richey, the president of Buckeye Power Systems, LLC. He also noted that people must look into the level of hands-on experience the potential installer has with standby generators. “We’ve witnessed a number of installation debacles by inexperienced technicians that we’ve been asked to correct. Homeowners can eliminate headaches and potential cost overruns by choosing a professional installation from an experienced installer,” he added.
The new report, in addition, has also pointed out that the easiest way to guarantee a good generator installation is by hiring a factory-authorized dealer. As per Buckeye Power Systems, these factory-authorized dealers have initial and recurrent factory training on the installation, repairs, and servicing of the machines that they work with. Therefore, customers can ensure that the installer is skilled and can implement the best practices.
Buckeye Power Systems is based in Tennessee and is well known as one of the trusted online retailers of standby generators. They are the top-selling dealer for Generac Power Systems as well as for Cummins Power Generation’s range of commercial and home standby generators. Interested parties who want to check out their recently launched report may head over to their website.