Propane Generators for Commercial Business

Written on: July 19, 2021

Protect Your Property, People, and Inventory

generator for business new yorkBusiness owners all over the Hudson Valley rely on backup generator systems in a variety of ways for a variety of reasons.

Many of them are discovering all of the advantages that using propane to power their backup generators provides. With reliable bulk propane delivery from Kimlin Energy, your business can enjoy those advantages as well.

Because Kimlin Energy is locally owned and operated, we understand the needs and concerns of local businesses. We can be responsive in ways big national companies can never be. If you need service ahead of bad weather to make sure that your backup generator has the propane it needs, we can get that done without you having to deal with impersonal, far-off call centers.

Who Uses Commercial Generators?

You name the type of business, and you’ll find reasons to use a commercial generator.

For offices and commercial properties, a backup generator keeps the lights on. But most importantly, it keeps the HVAC on to protect technology like services and computers from dangerous heat or cold.

A commercial generator does a lot on farms. If the power goes out, lights in greenhouses, barns, and other buildings stay on, and electrical equipment can operate.

Grocery stores need generators to protect its vast amount of perishable food from spoiling in a power outage.

Hotels, restaurants, and resorts can stay safely open during a power outage.

Propane: The Best Choice for Commercial Generators

Propane offers several advantages over gasoline, diesel, and natural gas when it comes to powering your commercial generator.

Your fuel supply for your generator is right there on-site. You don’t have to worry about running out of access to propane in a prolonged outage as you would with gasoline or diesel. And, unlike gasoline or diesel, propane does not degrade over time.

You don’t have to worry about environmental damage from spills with propane, which simply dissipates into the air in the rare event of a leak. It does not harm the air, soil, water, plant life, or aquatic life.

Propane is clean-burning, so there is less wear on your generator’s parts, which will help extend its life expectancy.

There is an abundant supply of propane, and virtually all of the propane sold in the United States is produced domestically. You don’t have to worry about natural disasters or geopolitical issues disrupting your supply as you would with diesel or gasoline.

Contact Kimlin Energy to find out more about how propane commercial generators are the right choice for your Hudson Valley business!