The Peninsula and Marin County have been experiencing a significant increase in power outages in 2023, and due to the relatively lower occurrence of wildfire-associated outages in the affected areas, they may be less prepared to handle such situations. A word of caution: The demand for generators in the face of frequent wildfires has led to the emergence of many new faces in the generator market. While some may claim to offer customized solutions, it is essential to work with experienced professionals who have a proven track record of providing reliable and efficient services. This will ensure that you have the right generator to meet your specific needs, and that you can count on fast and efficient support during times of crisis.
Picture this: power outages that can cost significant financial gain during work or business operations, not to mention the infrastructure damage that can result in compromised electronics and climate control systems. And let’s not forget about the valuable assets that these estates house, such as art collections, wine cellars, and investments.
Noise regulations should be a primary concern when designing a bespoke generator system. With over thirty years of experience in custom generator placement, Rick Ramsay, the President of Leete Generators, is frequently regarded as an authority on large, executive estates. Leete Generators places the client’s requirements at the forefront of their service, and since they do not exclusively represent a single generator manufacturer, they can devise a customized solution. In addition, it is important to train homeowners and staff on how to use the generator effectively. This includes starting it up, shutting it down, checking the oil levels, and identifying and resolving simple faults. This training is especially critical during natural disasters, earthquakes, or road closures, where being self-sufficient can improve survival odds and protect loved ones. Investing in such training and skills can boost confidence in confronting unexpected challenges. Leete technicians provide this service along with startups, load bank testing, repairs and upgrades.
Remote monitoring of the generator is also crucial in preventing unexpected power outages. This technology allows estate owners and staff to monitor the generator’s performance and status remotely, providing real-time alerts in the event of a problem. This feature ensures quick and efficient response times, which can prevent significant financial losses to the estate.
By implementing backup power security systems, estate owners can save themselves from losing a lot of money every hour that the power is out. This not only provides peace of mind but also ensures that critical systems and valuable assets are protected in the event of a power outage. Additionally, implementing best practices for protecting valuable assets, such as regular climate control maintenance, fireproof safes, and security system assessments, further ensures the protection of valuable assets.