The generators that we sell and install are fully automatic.
When the power goes out, the unit comes on and powers the electrical loads. Once utility power is restored the generator switches the loads back to the utility lines and shuts itself off, waiting for the next power outage. There is no gasoline to store, and the unit works whether you are at home or away.
As with any modern machine, a certain amount of maintenance is required to ensure that your generator works when you need it to. A power outage is not the time to find out that your generator does not work. Routine maintenance by a Kohler Certified service technician can ensure that the generator will respond as intended.
All of our Maintenance Agreements include two site visits per year, whether the unit is air cooled or liquid cooled.
Basic Maintenance Tasks for Kohler generators include:
Site Tech Field Software Kohler Dealers are held to the highest standards of technician certifications and professionalism. And Kohler is the only leading generator manufacturer with a comprehensive field troubleshooting and analysis software for the entire line of air-cooled and liquid-cooled generators. Site Tech is the proprietary software developed by Kohler for the exclusive use by Kohler Dealers. In addition to real-time performance and diagnostic reports, Site Tech can be used to update generator control firmware and to change specific engine parameters.
After moving to Cape Cod and experiencing a week long power outage, a generator was the immediate solution to prevent such long term issues. CCIP was one of three companies who responded to our bid request. They were by far the most knowledgeable, experienced and pleasant people to deal with. The cost was appropriate and the installation was scheduled and completed within their stated time frame. I couldn't ask for better service. I look forward to a long relationship with CCIP as they provide the annual service to the unit. – Ron Driscoll, Cape Cod