Northeast winters are a frigid force to be reckoned with—and this year is no exception. The Farmers’ Almanac is predicting that this winter will be brutally cold and wet with copious amounts of snow rain, sleet, and ice.Read More
Renting a standby generator is essential when it comes to powering your off-the-grid operations.Read More
Unexpected power outages can be disastrous for hoteliers and hotel guests.
When hotels aren’t thoroughly prepared for emergencies, it can result in costly damage, negative reviews, and business lost.Read More
Ten seconds—that’s the amount of time that power must be restored to life safety systems in the event of a power outage, per NFPA 110.
If you’re in the healthcare industry, we don’t have to tell you the immense difference that 10 seconds can make when it comes to life and death situations—you face hundreds, if not thousands, of them every day.
When it comes to saving human lives, every second counts, leaving no time for power failure.Read More
October may have just arrived, but winter weather is right around the corner. According to The Old Farmer's Almanac, the Northeast can expect an unseasonably warm, wet winter—but don't be fooled by the higher-than-average temperatures. We're looking at a significant amount of precipitation, which—combined with still-cold winter weather—creates a perfect storm for inclement weather emergencies.
Be prepared to survive a winter power outage. Make sure your home, your business, and your family are ready for the worst this winter with this emergency checklist.
For hoteliers, unexpected power outages can be devastating. Hospitality standards in the United States are high—and when guests encounter trouble with their stay, hotel staff need to find creative solutions to keep their guests comfortable, safe, and satisfied.
It may seem hard to believe, but the historic Northeast Blackout of 2003 that affected roughly 45 million people and cost the state of New York roughly $3 billion in losses had at least one positive impact: It led the hospitality industry to reevaluate how prepared—more accurately, unprepared—hotels are for power outages.