Never lose power again: How to stay up and running this hurricane season [Sponsored by Gage]

Sponsored by Gage


Louisiana weather is unpredictable. Floods, natural disasters, ice and downed power lines can leave you vulnerable to the elements when you don’t need to be.

September is the most active month for tropical storms in Louisiana. Last season broke records and after significant winter storms, we have already seen flooding and outages this spring. Now is the time to get a check-up on your generator or have a new one installed at your home or business. Get peace of mind knowing that you’re protected.

A community that is prepared for whatever disaster is thrown at them is a healthy one. For over 40 years, Gage has helped communities stay connected and keep their power running. By having regular Gage generator maintenance, you can help safeguard important items in your home or business knowing your generator is ready when you need it most. Gage can perform maintenance on commercial or residential standby generators from several trusted brands like Cummins, Generac, Kohler and Briggs & Stratton.

Weather the Storm

Maintenance now, power later. It’s easy to forget about your generator—until there is a power failure and it doesn’t start. The key to generator reliability is planned maintenance and regular testing.

Idle time slowly reduces a generator’s reliability, but a good maintenance program will ensure it’s ready when the next emergency occurs. It is imperative that a trained generator technician inspect and test the complete system. If you already have a generator, you can make sure it’s protected and working at full capacity with Gage generator maintenance. Simply schedule an appointment and get a solution tailored to your needs.

Gage generator maintenance will keep your system in excellent working order. It helps safeguard your home or business—be it food, power, or taking care of an elderly loved one—having your generator maintained properly is important.


Contact Gage today to secure a maintenance plan for your generator or purchase a new one. Call 225-753-4243 or click here.