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We would like to sincerely thank, the Gal Power representative, Reko, for his assistance on Saturday, September 22, 2018 following the severe storms and tornado damage in Ottawa causing prolonged hydro outages across the city. His attention to detail, and efforts to go above and beyond to assist our clients at 354 Gladstone Ave, OCSCC 903, was greatly appreciated.

Michelle Compton RCM Vice-President
Complete Condo Management

Portable generators are designed to be connected only to selected appliances or lamps. These generators never should be connected directly to a building's wiring system.

  • Before starting your generator, carefully read and follow all of the manufacturer's instructions.
  • Be sure that the total electric load on your generator won't exceed the manufacturer's rating.
  • Always locate your generator where its exhaust will vent safely.
  • Prioritize your needs. Use the lowest wattage light bulbs that provide a safe level of light, reserving power for additional lighting elsewhere or a small appliance. Remember that the greater the load on your generator, the more fuel it will use.
  • Keep cords out of the way so they don't present a tripping hazard -- especially in dimly lit doorways or halls. Never run cords under rugs or carpets where heat might build up or damage to a cord may go unnoticed.
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