Feasterville, PA -- (SBWIRE) -- 04/30/2018 -- Unfortunately, spring storms can bring down power lines, which may take hours to fix. In that time period, businesses are left vulnerable. From office workers who cannot get in contact with their most important clientele to grocery store owners who need to figure out how to keep their food cold, a lack of electricity can cost hundreds or even thousands of dollars in lost productivity.
Investing in a backup generator can be particularly useful for business owners during spring, when frequent rainstorms tend to bring down power lines. The team at A-1 Electric is encouraging all business owners to schedule a generator inspection before spring arrives so they can be sure that they won't have to go without power for even an hour this season.
A-1 Electric's commercial electrical contractors in Bucks County, PA ensure that the generator is running smoothly, can be depended upon, and is operating safely. If a problem is found, they will be happy to schedule an appointment for a tune-up or repair as well.
Anyone who has not yet scheduled their annual generator inspection is encouraged to give the team at A-1 Electric a call today at 800-401-6114. In accordance with state law, this company can perform both electrical services and inspections but not both for the same job.
To learn more about their generator inspection team or their bucket truck services in Montgomery County, residents are encouraged to visit them online at http://www.a-1-electric.com to read more or fill out a contact form.
About A-1 Electric
A-1 Electric is an organization of Electrical Inspectors and Master Electricians operating out of Feasterville-Trevose, PA. They service Bucks County, Chester County, Delaware County, Montgomery County, Philadelphia and all of Pennsylvania, with electrical underwriting, reintroduction of services, installation of electrical infrastructure and implementation of electrical equipment. They also offer complete electrical inspection and authorization consulting services certified by the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania, all local AHJs (Authorities Having Jurisdiction) and all PA electrical utilities.