The weather reports are in and the climate scientists have spoken. Those of us on the West Coast, in general, and the San Francisco Bay area in particular, are preparing for the most active El Nino season on record since the late 1990s. El Nino conditions contribute to cooler and wetter winter seasons than typical in the Golden State, and in previous years, residents and businesses have had to scramble to ameliorate the effects of this weather system including flooding, high winds, and mudslides. Each of these conditions puts your Bay Area business at the risk of losing critical power resources. Installing Uninterruptible Power Supply (UPS) backup power systems for your business means that you will not lose power or productivity due to the effects of this year’s El Nino.
UPS Backup Power Systems
When it comes to ensuring that your San Jose business remains open in the face of El Nino-related storm damage, our team of trained technicians at Nite & Day Power are standing by to complete a full range of UPS services to make sure the power stays on in the event of an electrical outage. We are fully versed in all major manufacturers of UPS systems; we specialize in making sure that we match your power needs with the ideal backup power system.
We offer the following services:
- Power Analysis
- Turnkey Solutions
- Battery Replacement
- UPS Maintenance
If you have a Bay Area-based business and you are worried about maintaining your power this winter, call and talk to our expert team at Nite & Day Power.
Professionals in the Delivery of Emergency Power Solutions
Here at Nite & Day Power, we have been providing Uninterruptible Power Supply (UPS) systems to businesses, municipalities, and organizations that depend on reliable electrical service, since 1986. Our team will assess, address, and provide the UPS backup power that Bay area communities need to operate in the event of an electrical disruption.
We can be found online at www.NiteandDayPower.com. Let us make sure that your backup battery power is ready and available in the event of an area-wide power outage!