Looking at the Big Picture - Case Studies
With all of the projects that we've ever been involved in, we try to give the customer the best value for their dollar looking at the customer's perception of "I only need this" versus what is the best econnomic solution based on upon; the electrical layout of the building, it is actually beneficial and financially advantageous to pick up the entire facility rather than just to pick up a little bit of this and a little bit of that. We've had multiple projects where we have had to come back and have removed smaller generators to put in a larger generator because of a power failure. Although they had some back up it was not satisfactory for the establishment to keep them up and running.
Sometimes More is Less
So looking at the installs of gen sets and the addition of the necessary electrical work it became clear- it was time they looked at the big picture. Understandably, they may be focusing on one malfunctioning piece or another, we really want to look at the big picture and sometimes "more is less". A larger generator may be less money, than the cost of all of the electrical work it takes to try and make a undersized generator work. The big factor is can you stay in business and generate income with the undersized unit? Not that we can't do it, we can but we are looking out for the client's best interest and getting the best value for the dollar spent.