- Q: How do I know what size generator I need?
- Q: Do you offer cabling & power distribution or transfer switches?
- Q: Do you offer permitting services or electricians?
- Q: Do you offer parallel or redundant systems?
- Q: Do you deliver gas / diesel?
- Q: What do your generators come with?
- Q: Is Delivery & Pickup included?
- Q: How do I pay or rent?
Q: How do I know what size generator I need?
A: To determine the proper size generator you need to know how much electrical power you will use.
- Find out what electrical devices you will want to run from the generator.
- Add your power requirements, in watts, for all the devices that you are likely to operate at the same time. Wattage ratings are usually printed on items or under the requirements. You can also determine watts by multiplying volts by amps.
- Add your wattage for all the electrical devices that you want to use at the same time. This is the minimum wattage you will need from a generator. You should always have 10-25% more then what you need.
Q: Do you offer cabling & power distribution or transfer switches?
A: Yes we offer a variety of cabling and distribution. From edison cabling to 2/0 or 4/0 cables. We have cam distros to edison or TL5 & TL4 as well as plenty of transfers and cable ramps.
Q: Do you offer permitting services or electricians?
A: Depending yes we can supply electricians or generator technicians.
Q: Do you offer parallel or redundant systems?
A: Yes we can supply fully redundant systems & parallel switchers.
Q: Do you deliver gas / diesel?
A: No but we can suggest a couple companies that maybe able to help you. We suggest you plan ahead of time for delivery of fuel.
Q: What do your generators come with?
A: All generators come with a full tank of fuel and charged $5/ gallon. Spill kits & ground rods & cones are available at a additional cost.
Q: Is Delivery & Pickup included?
A: No, delivery is a extra charge.
Q: How do I pay or rent?
A: To rent you need a valid charge card and license. Portable generators require authorization holds for the price of the unit. Towable units require a certificate of insurance naming us loss payee & additionally insured.