A Lot of My Team Works Remotely
However, if a small number of your team does work in-office, if all of your team works in-office sometimes, or if you have regular face-to-face interactions with customers in a commercial space, it’s worth it to consider getting a generator. Doing this will accomplish a variety of things: it will help to ensure that your team and customers always feel safe on your property, it will keep your in-office team’s productivity going in the aftermath of a storm, and it will make sure that you always have the option to safely go to your office (whether it’s to work or to retrieve something you left behind). If any significant amount of time is spent in your office by customers or team members, a commercial generator is likely a worthwhile investment.
We Don’t Even Know If Blackouts Will Happen, Anyway
We’ll Lose Less Money Closing for One Day Than Buying a Commercial Generator
We Already Have Good Emergency Procedures
Getting a Great Commercial Generator
For most of us, it’s a foregone conclusion that when we flick a light switch on or plug our phone in, the power will be there to serve us. We don’t even think twice about it; it’s simply a fact of life we take for granted. On the rare occasion that a power surge or...
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"Mark Costis and the Generx team keep my whole house powered in case of city power outages. They have the greatest service and excellent products. With a full tank of propane (250 gallons) I can run my whole house for at least a week. Thanks Mark! A Generx Generator was a great investment!"
"Irma would've been an even bigger nightmare without our generator--it's officially my new favorite thing, and I'm grateful for the work you're doing in the Tampa Bay area."