Quality Electric of WNC Meets the Electrical Maintenance Demands of Western North Carolina
Delivering Electrical Expertise Throughout WNC’s Residential, Commercial, and Industrial Locations.
Generators power our day-to-day lives, whether here in western North Carolina or anywhere else in the country. When you find yourself in the market for one, you will inevitably be in search of one that’s built to last. Generac has a proven track record and Quality Electric of WNC has a proven track record working on them. Since 2000, our professionals have been selling, maintaining, and repairing Generacs and we’ve gained complete expertise along the way. At Quality Electric of WNC, we recognize what an important investment your generator represents. We respond with skilled and knowledgeable staff, and when you buy a new generator from Quality Electric of WNC, you get one other added benefit: professionals who can also service and repair your generator when the time comes for electrical expertise. At Quality Electric of WNC, we stand behind our work, and with two decades of experience, you can be sure you’re in good hands.
Just as your car requires an oil change every 3,000 miles, most standby generators need maintenance every two years (or following 200 hours of use). Like your vehicle, the condition of your spark plugs and air filters will affect your generator’s efficiency and long-term performance. Think of scheduling maintenance for your generator as a way of ensuring it stays “in shape.” That way, you’ll be well-prepared for an eventual power outage. When the lights go out, you want to know your generator will perform as expected. Maintaining your equipment with original manufacturer parts is essential to keeping your generator running at peak performance. Quality Electric of WNC is prepared to help you get the most out of your Generac standby.
Quality Electric provides regular inspections of all living areas including bedrooms, kitchens, lounges, hallways, and bathrooms. A proper electrical maintenance job includes a close examination of inlets, circuit breakers, panelboards, and electrical distribution systems as well as the task of checking indoor and outdoor lighting, relays, and control panels.