Commercial Generator Maintenance in MD, DC & VA
During a power outage in the DC metro area, a reliable commercial generator can allow your business to stay open—serving customers, helping the community, and making money. Routine maintenance is the key to keeping your backup generator reliable, and at Jaffe Electric, we can help.
We offer commercial generator maintenance throughout Maryland, Virginia, and the Washington, DC area. Our technicians are experienced, skilled, and equipped to handle all the maintenance needs for your commercial generator, no matter the brand or model. Our company has been providing commercial electrical services to Maryland and DC businesses since 1992.
For quality commercial generator maintenance in Maryland, Virginia, or the DC area, look no further than Jaffe Electric. Call us today at (301) 253-3778 or contact us online to schedule service today.
Why Commercial Generator Maintenance Is Important
Like any commercial equipment, routine maintenance is essential to the performance, reliability, and longevity of your commercial generator. At Jaffe Electric, our commercial generator maintenance services are a cost-effective way to:
- Maintain optimum performance and reliability
- Minimize fuel consumption and harmful emissions
- Protect your equipment investment and warranty
- Provide longer generator service life with fewer repairs
- Keep your business ready and operating during a power outage
To learn more about the benefits of our generator maintenance services, call our experts today at (301) 253-3778 or contact us online.
Our Generator Maintenance Services in Bethesda & Rockville, MD
With almost 30 years of experience installing and servicing commercial generators, you can count on our team at Jaffe Electric for top-quality generator maintenance at fair prices. Our technicians have experience with multiple brands and models, plus we are an authorized service provider for Generac commercial generators. During a typical service visit, our team will:
- Complete a thorough multipoint inspection
- Check fuel, oil, and coolant levels
- Change the oil and oil filter
- Replace or clean the air filter
- Check coolant condition and color
- Inspect electrical wires, relays, and terminals
- Test ignition, fuel, and power controls
- Test the starting and charging circuits
- Test AC and DC output voltages
- Verify proper engine speed and AC frequency
- Check governor and throttle response under load
- Test AC output at no load, partial, and high load conditions
Our experts will make appropriate recommendations for repairs, where necessary, and we can offer tips for maximum longevity, performance, and reliability. We also offer commercial generator repair services, if required, as well as new generator installations.
To learn more about our generator maintenance process, contact our team today. We serve Bethesda, Silver Spring, Potomac, and beyond.
Commercial Generator Maintenance FAQs
How often should a generator be serviced?
At Jaffe Electric, we recommend servicing commercial generators at least once a year, with oil changes and air filter changes between visits, as required by the manufacturer. The owner’s manual will detail necessary maintenance procedures according to cumulative hours of operation.
What happens if service is neglected?
Without regular maintenance, fuel in the generator could degrade, causing clogs, poor operation, or damage. Oil could lose its lubrication effectiveness, increasing friction, and the service life of the generator could decline.
How often should I check the oil?
Ideally, the oil should be checked every time the generator operates, either before it starts or half an hour after it shuts down.
Call Today for Generator Maintenance in Maryland or the DC Area
Make sure your generator is prepared to keep your business operating during an electrical outage. Choose high-quality, cost-effective commercial generator maintenance from Jaffe Electric.
Call (301) 253-3778 or contact us online to schedule commercial generator maintenance in Maryland or the DC area today!
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