What’s worse than not having a generator when the lights go out?

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generatorHaving a generator that doesn’t work. You depend on your generator to kick in when the electricity fails. If it’s been sitting around, try these tips to make sure it’s ready to go before your next power outage.

1. If you have a separate tank for your generator, and it’s below 45% full, get it filled up before hurricane season. If you lose power, chances are there are downed trees that make deliveries more difficult for everyone.

2. Better yet, talk to us about a tank monitor so it’s easier to track your fuel and ensure you don’t run out as long as roads are passable.

3. If you haven’t had your generator serviced, contact your electrician to make sure it is ready to roll if your power cuts out.

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