Standby Generators Promote Your Business
Standby Generators
ProMatch
Directory
Cost Report
  More Services

What type of generator mounting pad is the most durable?

Cement or concrete
64%
Composite/fiberglass
23%
Gravel bed
5%
Not sure
5%
Next Question
Question: What type of generator mounting pad is the most durable?
Top Answer (64% of 17 votes): Cement or concrete.

Answer: Cement or concrete
Explanation: Generator manufacturers usually specify the concrete pad dimensions and structure.
ElectriTech, Inc.
Answer: Cement or concrete
Explanation: extremely heavy, least likely to move
My Electrician
Answer: Composite/fiberglass
Explanation: A composite Generator Pads Charles to pick Lea made from reinforced lightweight concrete making it easier to install and can be mounted on the surface without the use of pouring concrete from a truck to make a pad within a form.
Power Now Solutions , Inc.
ProMatcher
Answer: Gravel bed
Explanation: I like gravel encased in pressure treated box, this way when it rains water goes into the ground, but concrete or composite is fine also.
DiBiagio Electrical Construction llc
Answer: Composite/fiberglass
Explanation: Composite works well if the area that the generator is being placed is level.
Dependable Generators
Answer: Cement or concrete
Explanation: Some local towns/villages require the generator to be bolted down to a cement foundation. We need to be sure of the local requirements for the areas of work involved
Mohrmann Electric Co.Inc.
Next Question
Find Local Pros
Free Standby Generator Installation Cost Estimates

Related Questions

How Much Does It Cost to Have a Backup Generator Installed?

Are permits typically required when installing a permanent standby generator?Top answer: Yes

What size standby generator is needed to power an entire 1,500 square foot home during a power outage?Top answer: 20-25 kW

What size generator is most commonly installed to power the essential circuits of a 1,500 square foot house?Top answer: 15-20 kW

When installing a backup generator, you should also install a carbon monoxide detector in your home.Top answer: Yes

Related Topics

Standby Generator Installation


Free Cost Estimates   |   Standby Generator Contractors Directory   |   Standby Generators Cost Report   |   Free Business Listing



Home   |   Articles & Videos   |   Affiliates   |   Networking Groups   |   Search by Category   |   Professionals

Terms of Use   |   Privacy   |   About Us   |   Contact Us   |   Member Login

© 2003-2014 - VentureStreet, LLC

Join Our Business Network