In this post we’re going to address the question that I’m sure most people/businesses may ask themselves when they visit our website; ‘Is a generator really necessary?’.

Powerfind offer a range of generators for all uses.

First of all, let’s focus on commercial use. So say you’re at home and your power goes out and you’re in the middle of cooking dinner or watching your favourite show. How useful would it be for a backup power generator to automatically kick in as soon as the power goes down? It makes sense.

We offer our clients the full service; so you would have your generator delivered, offloaded, positioned, installed and maintained. The job lot! But if you’re maybe on a smaller budget or you simply like being in full control, then you have the option to just get it delivered, or just maintained perhaps? The choice is yours.

I want to point out that hiring or buying a power generator isn’t scary business. It could actually be really beneficial to you. For example, we currently hire out a small generator to one of our customers to power his home on a farm. This helps him massively during power-cuts as he is able to carry on as normal.

I think what puts most people off from buying a generator is the idea of having a hefty piece of machinery in your back yard. But that’s not the case. Most commercial use generators are the size of a small chest of drawers, so it’s not an eye sore.

Now, let’s talk about industrial use generators. So you’ve got your commercial use generators that are small, and you’ve got your industrial use generators that are way bigger than your garden shed. These can be used for a variety of different things, for example we sold one to the NHS. That will be used at a hospital for a power outage to generate enough power for the hospital to run on; things like fridges for the medicine, life support machines etc. This shows the importance of some of the bigger generators and how these can come in handy. So if you are a company who rely on electricity for safety then the answer to our question above would be, YES a power generator is necessary because you never know what could happen!