Commercial portable generators provide affordable power solutions to commercial and residential construction sites. Backup power solutions minimize a builder’s cost by keeping projects running on schedule. When looking for the right temporary power solution for your job site it is important to fully understand all factors.
Here are some key tips to make that happen:
Work closely with your Generator retailer: They will help you determine the right portable generator unit for your job site or application. When you become familiar with your dealer and process, it will be a smooth and efficient process for each and every different job site.
Secure required permits and schedule inspections to prevent work stoppage. Make sure your dealer is knowledgeable about your local building codes and regulations. The process for obtaining permits and scheduling inspections will be expedited when you build rapport with local inspectors and learn the particulars of using temporary power solutions in your area.
Only allow experienced and certified technicians set-up and remove portable generator. Although the task is often taken for granted, it's critical to have certified personnel who are well versed in determining appropriate pole locations, assessing ground status, underground utility definition, and one who can configure your often times complex electrical distribution system. This ensures the safety and efficiency of your power network.
For more information about setting up portable generators at construction sites, contact South Shore Generator in Wareham, MA.