Commercial Generator Installation & Service in Fort Myers, FL

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Commercial Gas Generators

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As a business owner, you want to keep your business running and profitable through each financial, economic, and literal storm. That’s why our experienced team at Gas Service Center believes in providing commercial gas generators to businesses in Southwest Florida. We want to help your business continue to prosper regardless of what the weather is doing! 

Maybe you have decided to install a standby generator, or perhaps you are still thinking about it. We encourage you to take the plunge! Losing power can result in unsafe working conditions, financial damage, and loss of priceless electronic data. Installing a commercial standby generator will ensure your critical systems are up and running regardless of outages. Contact us to discover more about how we can give you more peace of mind!

Commercial Gas Generator Installation Process 

Of course, the first thing you, as a business owner, want to know is what will a commercial generator cost. Unfortunately, we can’t answer that question with a simple blanket figure. Just like no two businesses are alike, no two buildings are exactly alike either. When installing a standby generator, many different factors, including the building’s age, location, uses, and layout, come into play. So let’s talk briefly about the installation process.

Our Process

Our team determines where the best spot is by taking several things into consideration. One of the biggest factors is indoor versus outdoor. Our team first looks at key factors such as: What is your local climate? For example, in humid, rainy Southwest Florida, we try to avoid the basement because of mold and flooding. In addition, we are well versed in our local ordinances concerning sound and examine the age of the building. We also consider the location of your building’s electrical room and the amount of space you have indoors. 

After reviewing the particulars of your building, we discuss how you need to use the generator. This helps us determine what size generator you need. Knowing how frequently you might need your generator can help determine what you need your generator to power. For example, according to the U.S. Energy Information Administration, American electricity customers averaged 5.8 hours of power outages in 2018. Our knowledgeable team will help you learn the businsses’s power needs. We want you to purchase the best fit for your business.

Next, our team of licensed team members finish your commercial gas generator installation in Southwest Florida. Your safety is our professional team’s top priority. After installation, we run multiple tests to verify everything is working correctly. We also stay to answer any questions you have concerning your new generator. Finally, we show you how to run weekly tests, so you know your generator will work well when needed! 

Who Needs A Commercial Gas Generator?

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There are many reasons why commercial gas generators are beneficial for your business. They are easy to use, reliable, environmentally friendly, widely available, and extremely cost-effective. However, despite all the many benefits of a gas generator, you might wonder if you genuinely need one. We have seen the downsides of not having a generator and its detrimental impact on businesses, both big and small. That’s why we believe everyone should have one, and here’s why! 

Food Service Industries Need Backup Generators

The power is out, and now your restaurant, bakery, grocery store, or coffee shop is at a standstill. Not only can you not serve your customers, but you are also losing your perishable inventory. Without proper refrigeration, your inventory will quickly spoil. In addition, your dishwasher comes to a standstill leaving you with a pile of dirty dishes. Your bathrooms are no longer usable, and your ovens, stoves, or espresso machines won’t function. A generator keeps your business moving during the worst weather and offers a place of refuge to those who don’t have power. In addition to being a helpful place of shelter, your customers and community won’t soon forget that your businesses stayed open and offered a safe place when others couldn’t.  

Retailers Need Backup Generators

You want to help your community and your business through the trial of a power outage! Owning a backup generator provides a fantastic opportunity to sell people the items they need during a power outage—things such as batteries, bottled water, flashlights, and charcoal. But, again, you want to be a resource for your customers and community during an outage!

Office Buildings Need A Generator

Chances are your office has some high-end technology needed for your business to function. Anything from computers to printers to copy machines run the risk of experiencing damage from a power outage. In addition, you risk losing imperative data and information resulting in lost revenue and customer trust. Finally, you prevent the risk of elevators coming to a grinding halt with employees or clients inside!

Everyone Needs A Backup Generator!

With a standby power source, you are ready to keep your services going until the power comes back on. In many cases, the ability to stay open during stormy weather (a regular occurrence in Southwest Florida) will pay for the cost of the generator many times over. So let’s give you peace of mind and a competitive business advantage with new commercial gas generators for your business today!