Southern Generator Services provides a wide variety of services for all different types of generators. Our factory trained technicians are ready to serve you for any of your generator needs:

When purchasing a generator it is important to have certified technicians to handle installation and start-up for warranty specifications, proper testing and full compliance of all regulatory requirements.

Keeping your emergency power generator fully functional at all times is critical. Having your generator serviced on a regular basis to prevent system failure is essential for reliability. Our service contracts are customized to your specific generator and give you peace of mind that it will be serviced regularly and will increase the longevity of the machine.

It is important from time to time to check that your generator is capable of carrying the full load to meet the specifications of the unit. This is accomplished by performing a load bank test which is recommended for many users and is required for emergency response services. In addition, load bank testing also prevents "wet stacking" which leads to a build-up of carbon in the engine and reduces engine life.

The number one reason cited for generator failure is low fuel or no fuel. In addition, diesel fuel tanks should always be kept near full to eliminate risk of water contamination that can be caused by condensation in the unfilled portion of the tank in humid weather conditions. On-site filtering of the fuel is also important to eliminate contaminates in the tank which accumulate over time.

Southern Generator Services is available to respond when the need arises for unforeseen malfunctions. Getting your generator up and operational is our top priority. Our technicians stand ready to get your generator repaired and running as quickly as possible.

Whatever your needs may be, Southern Generator Services provides "The Power When You Need It". Call us today at 205-283-5158 for a free consultation.

*Diesel Tanks Should Always Be Kept Full to Eliminate Risk of Water Contamination Caused by Condensation in the Unfilled Portion of Tanks in Humid Weather