Over the last few years, more San Jose businesses have come to the same conclusion:
It’s never been more important to have San Jose UPS power.
PG&E power outages are no longer in the national news, but that doesn’t mean they’re not still happening. You and your business can be affected anywhere in the Bay Area. As recently as late March, more than 5,000 PG&E customers were affected by blackouts on a single day, with the majority around San Francisco.
On the date of this very writing, a quick check on the PG&E outages map demonstrates there are six incidents in the area of San Jose, with crews assigned, on the way, or assessing the damage. After the assessment, of course, comes the repair – which can take anywhere from hours to days.
No one is saying that power outages should be fixed with the snap of a finger …
But can your business afford to wait?
With San Jose UPS power, you don’t have to.
San Jose UPS Power Saves You Time and Money When the Unexpected Happens
With San Jose UPS power, your critical systems can switch immediately to battery backup power as soon as the power from the utility is interrupted for any reason. The best time to get your UPS system is installed is now, as it gives you the opportunity to prepare in advance of wildfires and other disruptions.
Depending on the size and configuration of your UPS power supply, you can run major building systems, key pieces of equipment, or even maintain the entire building in conjunction with your own generator. Hospitals and other critical facilities count on San Jose UPS power to secure human health.
Even a modest UPS system can be enough to protect your sensitive equipment from voltage spikes and sags. You have a golden opportunity to protect and secure your business data before you shut down, rather than losing hours or days of work as the result of an unexpected disruption.
Getting Your Own UPS Power System Is Easier than You Think
To properly size a UPS power system to meet your needs, you need a detailed, accurate understanding of just how much power you consume and how your current wiring system works. Nite & Day Power’s experienced team of UPS technicians makes it easy, providing the insight you need for an informed decision.
Contact us today to find out more.