Roanoke Valley GENERAC Generator Dealer
GENERAC SERVICE - PARTS
Generators restore normal electricity supply to your home in the event that the electricity supply is interrupted from the utility company or the result of severe weather. These generators are fueled by Natural Gas or Propane to give you continuous automatic operation without having to worry with refilling a fuel tank. These generators will automatically supply power to your home or office even while you're away.
Generac Preventive Maintenance & Warranty Dealer
Generac recommends having your new generator serviced after the break-in period from 8 to 20 hours of use or at 1 year. This includes changing the oil and filter, checking and adjusting the valve clearance, clean or replace spart plugs, voltage adjustment, frequency adjustment and an overall inspection. Then have yearly preventive maintenance done not to exceed 2 years or 200 hours between oil changes. We provide maintenance and factory warranty service for Generac Air-Cooled automatic home standby generators from 7KW to 24KW and liquid cooled gaseous units to 150KW. The following brands are made and warranted by Generac: Lowes Centurian, Sears, Carrier, Eaton, Siemens and Honeywell.
We now only service our existing generator customers only.
Yearly maintenance costs for Air-Cooled Generators 7 KW to 24KW includes everything in the 25 point checklist. $225.00 plus mileage for over 20 miles.
The following is my 25-point Preventive Maintenance Checklist for Air-Cooled Generators:
Clean inside and out
Wipe protective coating on rubber bellows and hoses
Change oil (5W-30 Mobile 1)
New Generac Oil filter
Update firmware on EVO panels
Check and (or) replace Air Cleaner
Clean and (or) replace Spark Plugs and gap
Check Voltage (approx. 240 volts)
Check Frequency 60 HZ
Check automatic operation
Check and write down run time hours
Check and write down Cold Cranking Amps (CCA) on battery. If below 440 CCA then replace battery
Spray terminal protector on battery
Adjust valves on generators that run rough or break-in maintenance is being done
Check fuel pressure (5-7 W.C. for NG and 11-14 W.C. for LP)
Fuel line inspection
Check choke operation
Check to make sure Circuit Breaker is ON
Check to make sure generator is set to AUTO before leaving
Reset Maintenance (yellow light)
Make sure both plug wires are connected
Check battery connections. Tighten and spray with anti-corrosion
Install maintenance tag. Record what was done on tag: new oil, new oil filter, air filter, new plugs, CCA of battery or new battery, hours, date
Re-check oil level and tighten oil Cap
Additional items for Liquid-Cooled generators 22 KW - 150 KW
Generac recommends a new battery every 2-3 years. Usually 3-4 years is fine as long as Cold Cranking Amps is above 440 CCA
We also provide maintenance and repairs on Generac Liquid-Cooled natural gas and propane generators up to 150 KW. Most are $325.00 plus mileage for over 20 miles.
Take a look at the Generac full line of generators here.