Following the installation of a new standby generator at the Ripple Retreat, DTGen will be delivering a free monthly servicing contract as a gesture of goodwill.
Ripple Retreat, an iconic, award-winning, building located at the water’s edge of Loch Venachar in the Loch Lomond and Trossachs National Park, is run by charitable organisation It’s Good 2 Give to offer a soothing place of relaxation and support for young cancer patients and their families from anywhere in Scotland. It was officially opened in May 2017.
Ian and Lynne McNicoll, joint founders of It’s Good 2 Give, work tirelessly to ensure the ongoing success of Ripple Retreat. They said: “Our long-term goal was to provide a retreat for these brave young patients, to build a place where families could escape the daily challenges of their illness. We have been very fortunate to find people and businesses that help to make this goal a reality, and our thanks go out to DTGen for its support.”
Regular, routine maintenance and inspections are essential to ensure a standby generator performs as and when it should, especially when you need it most - during times of power outage. It will also detect any minor problems which can then be corrected before any major faults arise that prevent the generator from working.
With more than 1,200 generators on contract across the whole of the UK, our team of highly trained engineers with fully equipped service vehicles, all with onboard parts and backed up by the latest service management systems, means you can rely on us to quite literally keep the lights on. Find out more about service and maintenance at DTGen here: https://www.dieselecthistle.co.uk/service-maintenance/