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Keep Your New Year's Party Going with a Backup Generator

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Don’t miss the ball drop with a professional generator installation!

As the clock ticks down to midnight on New Year's Eve, the excitement builds, and the anticipation of the ball drop is palpable. Friends and family gather, toasting to the memories of the past year and looking forward to the possibilities of the one ahead. It's a time-honored tradition, and the last thing on anyone's mind is a power outage casting a shadow over the festivities. However, it is a scenario you should be prepared to face if you live in Sonoma, CA. 

If you don't want the joyful atmosphere of your New Year's party to be replaced by a collective sigh of disappointment, trusting an expert generator installation is key. Let's explore how a backup generator can be the secret to a seamlessly illuminated and joy-filled celebration, allowing you to welcome 2024 with open arms.

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5 Tips for Maintaining Your Home Generator

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Regular maintenance prevents problems. A well-maintained standby generator is safer, more efficient and will last longer. It consumes less fuel, needs less frequent repair, and is less prone to breaking down.

Here are some tips to keep your home standby generator in tip-top shape.

Change Your Standby Generator’s Oil Regularly

Make changing your generator oil a part of your regular maintenance plan. Changing your standby generator’s oil regularly will reduce friction between the different components of the engine, preventing them from overheating.

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4 Ways to Prepare for Public Safety Power Shutoffs

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If your utility company assesses a public safety risk, it will notify you and other residents in your area before shutting off power. A power outage can last from a few hours to several days. You need to set up an emergency plan that can help tackle safety risks and steer clear of inconvenience during power shutoffs.

Here are some tips to prepare for power shutoffs:[/vc_column_text][vc_custom_heading text_font="font-728346" text_size="h5" text_weight="600"]Update Contact Information[/vc_custom_heading][vc_column_text css=".vc_custom_1602269114282{margin-top: 8px !important;}"]If you have recently changed your number or email address, make sure your utility company has your updated contact details. A power outage can render electricity-dependent devices such as your laptop useless; which means you won’t be able to access any data (including important contact info) saved on those devices. If your phone battery dies, you won’t be able to call anyone.

To reduce dependency on technology, create a backup. Write down important phone numbers on a piece of paper. Make sure everyone has a copy.[/vc_column_text][vc_custom_heading text_font="font-728346" text_size="h5" text_weight="600"]Conduct Drills to Check Preparedness[/vc_custom_heading][vc_column_text css=".vc_custom_1602269056209{margin-top: 8px !important;}"]Conduct drills to check the preparedness level of your family members. Check whether everyone knows how to use a flashlight and radio, and to change batteries. Everyone should be able to locate the emergency kit.

Family members who drive should be able to open the garage door manually. Make sure everyone knows where they have to go if they can’t stay at home. Using the paste URLs function of the Bulk Backlinks Checker, you may examine the backlink counts for up to 400 URLs.

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Santa Rosa, CA 95403
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