Serving Oklahoma, Texas,
Arkansas, Kansas, and Missouri
We provide the convenience of a single point of contact for all your generator maintenance and repair services. Whether your generators are located in one state, or in multiple states across the south-central U.S., our Regional Accounts team provides the support you need.
Clifford Power’s expert technicians and knowledgeable support team give you a consistent, dependable service experience for every generator location.
Our Regional Accounts team can customize generator maintenance plans to meet the specific needs of clients with multiple generators spanning broad geographies.
We will help you determine the right maintenance plans to ensure reliable generator operation and code compliance. During a scheduled maintenance visit, our technician will cover the entire generator system with a comprehensive 99-point inspection to identify minor issues before they become major problems. This reduces your risk of downtime, loss, and liability.
Clifford Power technicians are certified through EGSA, the only nationally recognized power generation certification. This accreditation equips our service technicians with the knowledge and skills to maintain all makes and models of generators. We have the largest generator technician team in the region to support you 24/7/365. With Clifford Power, you get the power of dependability.Contact Us Today
Pricing for Generator Service and Routine Maintenance
Clifford Power helps you control your service budget for multiple generator sites. We provide consistent pricing for generator services across a large region without the need for multiple vendors.
If your power generator currently has a problem, we can dispatch a highly trained and fully equipped technician to diagnose your unit with the goal of repairing your generator on the first visit.
If you need a generator maintenance plan, our sales consultants will customize a maintenance program to fit your needs.
Pricing for generator maintenance plans or generator repair services varies based upon multiple factors including:
- Size and age of the generators
- Equipment locations and accessibility
- Frequency of generator service needed
- Services being performed
- Testing requirements such as load banking, building load tests, and fuel analysis