Residential and Commercial Backup Generators
Power Outages Cost Americans $150 Billion a Year
Has Your Generator Stopped Working?
There are many reasons why a backup generator may stop running. Without a properly diagnostic, it may be difficult to find the cause of the problem yourself. Because backup generators are complex machines, there can be a number of different reasons why your generator isn’t working.
If your generator is running but then it stops producing electricity, it may have experienced an overload. If it’s not running at all, you may have forgotten to do your preventative maintenance checks.
You can rely on A.G. Roehrig & Son to maintain and repair any issue with your generator to keep your home or business up and running when you need power the most.
Backup generators should be serviced at least once a year to make sure that everything is still running properly to maintain power in your home or business for extended periods of time.
Without proper maintenance, your generator may not perform as expected or, if there has been any unknown damage to its systems, it may not work at all.
Our team performs all of the diagnostic and maintenance work required to keep a backup generator in great working condition for years to come.
How Much Does A Residential Generator Cost?
Residential and commercial generators are very similar in cost for installation. However, layouts and applications will be unique to each building.
To make sure that each building is protected by a backup generator, the A.G Roehrig and Son team will work to find out if there are any special needs that must be met. For example, the length of gas and electrical runs can change the scope of the work from one project to the next.
If you’re interested in having a backup generator installed, please contact us today for a residential generator estimate for your home or business.
What's The Price Of A Commercial Generator?
Thankfully, commercial generators typically cost around the same price that residential backup generators do. This makes for one less additional charge that business owners have to account for.
TThough the units themselves cost around the same, the scope and unique needs of your building may change the size of the project.
TIn order to find what works best for you, our team of professionals will work with you to understand your needs and concerns. For more information, or to set up a commercial generator estimate for your home or business, contact us today.
You can avoid downed security systems, spoiled refrigerated goods, and turned away customers during power outages with a backup generator.
At A.G Roehrig and Son, we only stock the best and most reliable backup generators for our customers. Depending on your needs, and how much power you’d like to have on reserve, we may recommend a unit from one of the following brands:
Creating high-quality backup generators since 1959, Generac has a line of home backup generators that can fit anyone’s power needs. Generac also carries industrial generators that can help keep larger organizations running, business standby generators, standby heaters, and mobile generators that can be transported easily.
Briggs & Stratton
With more than 100 years in business, Briggs & Stratton have created a line of standby and portable generators capable of handling the power needs of businesses and homes alike. Depending on your needs, the A.G Roehrig and Sons team will work with you to find the best option for you.
One of the most well-known equipment companies, GE has been leading the way in power generation since the late 1800s. Supplying homeowners and business owners with backup generators, GE has many options to suit varying degrees of power needs.
With generators ranging from 1200 watts to 12,000 watts, Champion Power Equipment has numerous models of backup and portable generators. Many of these generators are portable so that homeowner and business owners can take care of their power needs no matter where they are.