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Severe Weather Preparedness

Be aware of the hazardous weather conditions that impact you and your family in your area:

Severe weather can strike at any moment, anywhere across the country. This includes dangerous situations brought about by thunderstorms, such as destructive winds, tornadoes, sizable hail, flooding, and rapid flash flooding. Additionally, winter storms can bring freezing rain, sleet, snow, and powerful winds. Any home is susceptible to power outages, especially when it comes to severe weather. Being prepared is your best defense. We’ve got tips to help keep you, your family and your home safe and secure during the next power outage or weather emergency.

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Make a family emergency plan

Develop a family emergency plan that includes important phone numbers (doctors, family members, etc.), an evacuation route and an agreed-on meeting place in case you lose communication with loved ones.

disaster supply checklist

Create a kit by filling a duffle bag or lidded container with three days’ worth of food and water. Include a flashlight, battery-powered radio, battery-powered clock, extra batteries, first aid kit, cash, medications and a CD or USB drive containing important documents. We’ve got a Disaster Supply Checklist to help you create your kit.

Preparing Appliances

Turn off major appliances such as your water heater, oven and air conditioning units. Unplug other appliances such as TVs, stereos, microwaves and computers. This will prevent damage to appliances and possible overloads to the system when power is restored. But leave one light on so you can see when power is restored.

circuit breaker

Familiarize yourself with your main electrical panel. You may have to turn off the main breaker or reset circuit breakers after an outage.

keep away

Keep away from fallen wires, flooded areas and storm debris. Treat all downed wires and anything touching them as though they have electricity running through them.

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Consider installing a  standby generator to protect your home. A standby generator is permanently installed outside the home and runs on natural gas or propane. Standby generators turn on automatically when the power shuts off, even if you’re away from home. A transfer switch monitors utility power and transfers the electrical load to the generator if power is lost. A Generac or KOHLER generator can power everything in your home, including lights, heating/cooling systems, appliances, sump pumps, security systems and more.

be carefull

Be careful if you’re using a portable generator. Use properly rated extension cords (electrical load and length). Make sure the generator is properly vented to avoid carbon monoxide poisoning; don’t place it in your home or an enclosed space like a garage. Don’t connect it directly to your home’s electrical system; electricity could flow backward into the power lines and endanger lives. Plug appliances directly into the portable generator.

ARK Generator Services can provide products and additional services to monitor your generator. ARK Generator Services offers home owners the technology to monitor their power generator for its regular start checks and diagnostically monitor vibrations in the generator for weaknesses, maintenance schedules and identify service disruptions around the clock 24/7.

Our monitoring service registers any minor vibration variations from within the generator motor which are signs of some maintenance or repair needed. Preventative adjustments are made prior to a disruption of expected or needed service. Every home owner can rest assured they have an added level of protection and peace of mind knowing that the experts are monitoring the well-being of their backup power generator.

Our standby generator monitoring service is especially beneficial for those who own a second home, rental property or vacation home but live elsewhere. This service can now be added to any existing standby generator as well. If you would like to have monitoring a backup generator or know someone who could use their generator monitored more than every six months, please do not hesitate and leave your investment unattended, call us today or ask to have an ARK Generator Services Power Consultant provide you with all the details regarding our backup generator monitoring service.

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At ARK Generators, our mission is simple yet powerful: to provide reliable generator installation and electrical services to families and businesses, ensuring their safety and comfort even during the most challenging times. With decades of experience and a commitment to excellence, we stand as a steadfast beacon of reliability and support, empowering our community to weather any storm with confidence.

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