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
Inclement weather in the Northeast is an unpredictable force to be reckoned with, often leading to unexpected power grid failure and outages.
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
No matter the season, it’s crucial to ensure your standby generator will perform in the event of an emergency. Power cuts can occur unexpectedly from inclement weather or unforeseen disruptions.
What do April showers bring? If you guessed “debilitating power outages,” you’d be right.
While it’s true that spring brings plenty of sunshine, there’s always a threat of spring storms—and other natural power threats—that run a high chance of interrupting your home’s energy supply.
If you’re in the food and beverage industry and you’ve ever experienced a power outage, then you’re familiar with the danger they pose.Read More
Winters are, simply put, tough in the Northeast. Snowstorms, ice storms, and dangerously low temperatures—all of which can easily cause a power outage—are all too common.
Just a few months ago, an early-winter snow storm caused more than 400,000 power outages in the Northeast and New England. Then, just last week, a polar vortex swept through the Midwest and Northeast, threatening to break low temperature records originally set in the 1800s. Over 36,000 Illinois residents were left without power, as well as 13,000 in Indiana and 8,000 in Wisconsin.
With February here, we’re officially in the dead of winter—and, arguably, in the Northeast’s worst winter month.
Because of this, it’s important to ensure that your home or business is adequately powered up to prevent risking the harm and safety of your loved ones and/or employees, should a power outage occur.