10kW Champion Tri-Fuel portable generator with yellow body and black trim.

Duthie Power Services Carries Champion Tri-Fuel Portable Generators

Duthie Power Services now has in stock 10kW Champion Tri-Fuel Portable Generators, offering Southern California homeowners a range of options for home generators. Duthie Power has over fifty-five years in the generator industry, providing businesses and property managers everything from brand new industrial generator installation to regular maintenance and genset services. The expansion into residential generators has been a success for a […]

Duthie Power generator technician servicing an emergency power suppy system.

Duthie Power Services and Computer Protection Technology, Inc. (CPT) keep Southern California Online during Power Outages

Duthie Power is proud to announce they are partnering with Computer Protection Technology, Inc. (CPT) to offer their uninterruptible power supplies (UPS) to Southern California’s generator customers. This pairing of services and goods ensures property managers and business owners won’t experience a delay between the power going out and backup power turning on during a power outage. When the power goes out, what […]

Champion home generator in the back yard of a home with a patio, patio furniture and outdoor lights.

Is Buying a Home Generator Worth it?

Oftentimes the value of something is intangible. An heirloom that isn’t worth much could hold sentimental value for you, or a practical item like an old cast iron pan that didn’t cost much might be your prized possession. With our home investments, value can also be subjective. For a swimmer, adding a pool is a priority. Or, like many homeowners in the […]

Skyline of New York City at sunset.

What Can We Learn from NYC’s 2 Power Outages?

What’s worse than a blackout shutting down the largest city in America during a sizzling heat wave? Another blackout shutting down the largest city in America, during the same heat wave, barely one week after the first outage.  Just ask New Yorkers — it happened to them on July 13th and 21st, 2019.  Take 1: The Manhattan Blackout of July 13, 2019 […]

Entrance to LAX airport with palm trees and an overpass behind the sign "LAX."

What Can We Learn from LAX’s June 5 Blackout?

Sometimes, it’s the little things that matter. Like LAX’s malfunctioning ATS (auto transfer switch), a tiny switch that accidentally caused one of the longest blackouts and most frustrated group of travelers in LAX history earlier this month. You’ve probably heard the details of those chaotic four hours on June 5: the instant, airport-wide darkness that shocked both LAX travelers and staff, the […]