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Generator Repair & Maintenance
Keeping Your Generator Running Properly & Efficiently
The main purpose of a generator is to provide you with a backup source of energy when your power goes down for any reason. However, what happens when your generator stops working? At Supreme Electric, we know that preventative maintenance is essential to keeping your generator running and ready for power outages. We can also help you in an emergency situation, such as when your generator is faltering. Our Seattle generator repair technicians are trained to spot even the smallest issues and resolve all types of problems.
Contact us today to schedule generator maintenance or repair in Anchorage.
How Often Should I Maintain My Generator?
The foundation for achieving a reliable source of backup power is preventative maintenance. By regularly inspecting your equipment and detecting small problems before they deteriorate further, we can not only ensure your generator's smooth operation but also potentially increase its lifespan. As a general rule of thumb, you should have your generator cleaned and checked for leaks at least once a year.
During maintenance, we may perform the following steps:
Checking your circuit breakers
Testing and inspecting engines
Testing transfer switch operation
Checking the function of electric meters
Ensuring control panel lamps are functional
Checking and tightening all connections (if necessary)
Once we have completed our maintenance inspection, we can provide you with a detailed analysis of our findings and recommendations.
Servicing & Repairing All Types of Generators
At Supreme Electric, we offer comprehensive services for all types of generators, including whole home and standby generators. We understand that by purchasing a generator, you have made an investment to protect your home and when something goes wrong, you need rapid response. Our Seattle generator repair technicians can show up when you need us to resolve your problems, such as fuel delivery problems, broken fuel cords, and others.