The spring in New England means the much welcomed warmer weather is on its way. Although this can be a nice change for many, the spring time also means monstrous storms that can down power lines and cause companies to be without power. By developing a contingency plan for potential emergencies that could impact your business you will be prepared to handle unexpected events such as power outages that can cripple critical operations. Every business is at risk of losing power in the spring from thunderstorms, lightning, and strong winds. This is why you need to create a plan that includes backup portable generators for rent.
Without a spring contingency plan company response time to power outages can negatively impact revenue generation, possibly hampering the rest of your year. Power outages can result in lost customers, data, and product, as well as theft if there is not an emergency preparedness plan in place. Along with lost revenue unexpected power interruptions can lead to equipment and system shut downs, product spoilage, low employee productivity, and more. The best managed companies prevent these issues when they choose to rent portable generators.
Portable generator rentals should be a part of every company’s contingency plan. When making these plans for your company, there is no need to purchase standby generators which are seldom used. Instead take advantage of emergency generators for rent. These units are guaranteed to be in pristine working condition, are maintained when not in use, and will save your company money.
To find out more backup portable generators for contingency power this spring, contact American Power Rental.