Maintenance and Warranty Options

Maintenance and Warranty Options

Like all equipment, your Generac standby generator will last longer and perform better with regular maintenance. This not only ensures the highest level of performance, safety and reliability in your system – it also enhances
your home’s resale value by showing proof of maintenance to prospective buyers.

Generatek offers a wide selection of scheduled maintenance options for your generator. Depending on how often you use your generator and how long it is in use each time, you’ll want to select a service schedule that adequately protects your investment. Your sales representative will have more information on which plan is appropriate. Enjoy maximum reliability and peace of mind from your Generac standby power system for many years to come.

Simple Maintenance and Extended Warranty

Protecting your investment for years

You have chosen a Generac automatic standby generator – the most reliable and innovative unit in the industry today. Take care of your investment with an Extended Warranty and scheduled maintenance options available from Generatek, an Elite Authorized Generac Dealer.

Get added protection for your automatic standby generator with the 5-Year Extended Warranty from Generac Power Systems. Available on 8 kW to 150 kW models.

Scheduled Maintenance

Just like your car’s engine, generators need periodic oil and filter changes. In order to keep the engine clean and running efficiently in your generator, maintenance should be done periodically. How often maintenance is required varies by size of the unit and how often and for how long it operates; refer to your owner’s manual for routine
maintenance procedures and schedules. Our Yearly Maintenance Agreement is your BEST PROTECTION for your valuable power system.

Your scheduled maintenance plan includes:

Full generator inspection:

  • Lubrication
  • Cooling System
  • Fuel System
  • Air Induction & Exhaust System
  • Electrical System

Oil change and tune up:

  • Oil
  • Oil filter
  • Air filter
  • Spark plugs
  • Valve adjustments
  • Generator test run or Load test (simulates a power outage)
  • Engine and Alarm Verification and Testing