Do you only think about your generator when a hurricane is coming or when your power goes blackouts? You really aren’t alone. Altogether too many homeowners take their generators for granted for most of the year, and as a result they let it fall into disrepair. Our generators are very important to keeping our homes and businesses running smoothly, and so they are also investments that need to be regularly serviced. Most people wouldn’t fail to look over or run their car for several months at a time without routine preventative maintenance; the same should be said about your generators.
Reliable Electrical Services, Inc. is one of Southern Florida’s leading providers of generator maintenance and installation. We understand that life gets away from you and that you may not be thinking of your generator all the time. This is why we offer all of our customers maintenance plans that will not only give you piece of mind but that will also make sure any problems with your generator are caught before they become a major problem. We will work with you to customize a plan that makes sense for your specific generator and power needs. Most of our typical residential maintenance plans fall into our Basic Maintenance Agreement.
If you purchased a generator system with us, you also receive 1 year of BASIC service with any turnkey installation. Once the first year of service is over, you can renew your service plan for continued peace of mind. Our preventative maintenance agreements are designed to keep your generator running smoothly for years to come and prolong the life of your equipment. All of our maintenance agreements offer emergency service 24/7 and we will respond to your home or business within 24 hours of a call.
If you purchased a generator system with someone else and require a tune-up or are interested in a prescribed service plan Reliable Power Systems services, repair and maintains all major makes and models and we will be able to provide you with a service plan after a site inspection. Here is a brief description of our basic service plan:
What’s Included in a Basic Service Plan
2 visits per year complete with the following:
- Visual inspection, including mechanical and electrical systems
- Oil and filter change as per manufacturers recommendations
- Test functionality of generator and transfer switches by simulating a power outage
- Emergency response time of 24 hours or less
- Running test under load (1x per year)
- 5% off any additional non-warranty service work on generator
- 10% off any electrical service work at you residence or business (this is an added benefit that we can offer through Sun Electric Works, Inc.)
Call Reliable Power Systems, Inc. today or go to myreliablepower.com to make your maintenance appointment.
Areas We Serve
- Palm Beach County
- Broward County
- Dade County
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