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3 Emergency Power Systems to Consider In Case of an Emergency

10/15/2019 (Permalink)

Generator for backup emergency energy Generators can be a life and workplace saving device. Should you consider getting a generator?

Storms and other unforeseen factors can cause a power outage which would cause you to have to close down your Fayetteville business, leaving you in an emergency situation. Even without the lights, it will be dangerous to navigate around the building. SERVPRO will need power to mitigate if you have water damage. It is so important to have a backup power source when you need it. Depending on your company’s specific needs and budget, here are a few options for emergency power systems. Consider these so you can be prepared in the case of an emergency.

Standby Generator

The standby generator is one of the more popular options. These are permanent systems, usually located outside the building. Depending on how it is powered: gasoline, diesel, natural gas or liquid propane, these generators are VERY effective and provide a lot of power when in use. This option does require regular maintenance by a professional. This is typically the best option for commercial properties.

Portable Generator

If you want a more budget friendly option, or wouldn’t need to get power to more than a few places, a portable generator may be a better option for you. A portable generator can be moved to a safe, outdoor area and help support the power to your building. If you live in a place where storms are less common, this maybe your best option.

Solar Backup Generator

This option works similarly to a traditional gas powered generator, however, it is reliant upon solar energy. While this is a more “green” option and you don’t have to worry about purchasing gas, but it also can’t power as much as a standby generator.

Which is Best?

The right option for you will depend on your commercial property and specific needs at that location in the case of power loss. Consider all your options to stay prepared for the unexpected events that could happen!

An additional option for your emergency preparedness: An Emergency Ready Profile (ERP)

An ERP lays out all of the utility companies that you use, their contact information as well as information regarding shut-off locations for gas, water and electricity. You can detail an ERP as much as you’d like and add contacts for all employees that may need to be contacted in the event of an emergency. Contact your local SERVPRO if you are interested in getting a FREE and CUSTOMIZED ERP today!

SERVPRO of Fayetteville/Springdale should be your first choice for any residential or commercial restoration needs. Our team of professionals is trained to assess the damage and potential threats, extract and contain the affected area, dry, and restore your property to preloss condition. 

SERVPRO of Fayetteville/Springdale is available 24/7 by calling 479-318-6774.

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