Generator Maintenance & Repair in White Plains, NY

Located 25 miles north of Manhattan, White Plains is centrally located in Westchester County. In its modern history, White Plains has served as a commercial hotspot in the suburbs, boasting corporate headquarters for several global corporations throughout the 1980s and 1990s and several upscale malls in the present day. Its fire department ranks as the seventh largest in the state of New York. The Westchester Medical Center, a full-service trauma unit, is located six miles outside of the city limits in nearby Valhalla, and the city is also served by White Plains Hospital. Weld Power Generator is proud to serve White Plains, Port Chester, Scarsdale, Pound Ridge, Hartsdale and the surrounding area for any emergency power needs.

Weld Power Generator understands the amount of electricity needed to run emergency establishments, and we are prepared to employ emergency generators in White Plains in case of a disaster or power outage. Our certified technicians are available 24/7 and will assist with the resources needed to restore your power as quickly as possible.

If your facility has already invested in an emergency disaster, ensure that you are always prepared by having your generator routinely inspected as part of a preventative maintenance plan. During our preventative maintenance inspection, we will make sure your equipment meets industry standards and exceeds National Fire Protection Association (NFPA) and Joint Commission on Accreditation of Healthcare Organizations (JCAHO) requirements. We will examine your generator for any worn components in the earliest stages, polish all fluids and perform bank testing to ensure everything will work as needed.

To request generator service, repair, or rental, or to schedule preventative maintenance, call us at 1.800.288.6016 or fill out our online contact form today. We are proud to serve all Long Island, NY cities including Montauk, Huntington, Commack, Hempstead, Flushing, Brooklyn, Manhattan, Queens, and the surrounding area.