Generac Generator Maintenance
Your Generac standby generator protects your home and family from power outages and ensures your comfort during an electrical emergency.
But who protects your generator and makes sure it’s primed and ready to run whenever you need it? Just like your car needs periodic oil changes and tune-ups, your Generac generator needs to be maintained regularly, too!
Maintaining Your Generac Generator
There’s an owner’s manual that specifies the manufacturer’s recommended maintenance routine for your specific model of Generac standby generator. Like most people, you probably haven’t any idea what specific maintenance steps are required, or even where to find the manual.
That’s why a maintenance plan with iPowerGenerators is the best way to make sure your Generac automatic standby generator is ready whenever the power goes out. Our maintenance plans are customized for the size and age of your generator.
Features of our Generac Generator Maintenance Plans
Your generator is powered by a combustion engine, just like your car. And just like your car’s engine, your generator’s engine needs a battery to start the engine, lubrication to keep the parts moving smoothly, and much more. Our maintenance plans cover these components:
When a battery sits idle, it tends to lose cranking power. When a generator runs, it recharges the battery, but if the battery doesn’t have enough power to start the generator, you remain in the dark. Our maintenance plan includes checking the battery cranking amps, cleaning battery posts and connectors, and checking the battery charging circuit.
Oil Change & Filter
Your generator circulates oil to lubricate and protect the engine parts. Oil loses its viscosity with use and breaks down over time. The oil filter removes particles and dirt from the oil, which extends the life of your generator. We will drain and dispose of the used oil and filter, add new oil, and install a new oil filter.
Engines need clean, fresh air for optimal performance and the air filter removes airborne particles and dirt. At each maintenance visit, we install a new air filter, and dispose of the old one.
The spark plugs ignite the fuel / air mixture to power the engine that your generator uses to produce electricity. New, properly gapped spark plugs will be installed and tested in your generator.
We check engine compression and make any necessary valve adjustments to optimize the performance of your generator
Cooling & Venting System
Generators produce a lot of heat, and that heat must be diffused to keep the engine parts in good working order. We have custom maintenance plans for both air-cooled and liquid-cooled generators.
We inspect your generator and clean out dust and carbon deposits
Generac Generator Maintenance Plans from iPowerGenerators
iPowerGenerators offers maintenance plans that meet the specific requirements of Generac standby generators. We maintain and service automatic standby generators of all sizes and all ages, whether they are air-cooled or liquid-cooled.
When iPowerGenerators handles maintenance of your Generac generator, you can be sure that the next time the power goes out your house will be fully powered.
We are centrally located in Valhalla, New York allowing us to easy access to service all of our clients in the tri-state area. We are partnered with Duffany Builders in the Falmouth, MA area to conveniently service customers in the Cape Cod region.