Briggs and Stratton 12kW-20kW Home Standby Generator Sale
Briggs and Stratton Backup Generators power homes during outages. Seconds after an outage hits, the generator starts and the system moves the house onto generator power.
Homeowners Save Hundreds on All 12kW-20kW Briggs & Stratton Home Backup Generators
Norwall PowerSystems announced Lower Prices on Briggs and Stratton home standby generators. The mid-February sale starts today and ends February 23, 2020. Norwall’s catalog reflects the price reduction as homeowners browse the Briggs and Stratton Sale.
Home standby generators restore power moments after a utility power outage or blackout. The generators run on natural gas or propane; an Automatic Transfer Switch (ATS) connects the home electrical system to the generator. Briggs and Stratton Automatic Home Standby Generators keep refrigerators and freezers running, power heating and air conditioning to keep the house comfortable, and supply power to other essential and convenience circuits.
Limited Time Offer: Get 5% Off all 12kW to 20kW Briggs and Stratton Home Standby Generators
The Briggs and Stratton Company has a long history manufacturing engines and power generators. In World War II, they supplied gasoline powered generators for the war effort. Steel shortages led the company to pioneer the use of aluminum in engine manufacturing. Today, with more than 100 years of engine and power generator experience, the company continues to innovate. Company leaders and employees share the Briggs and Stratton Vision—The Power Within—”to encompass the values of their customers: a can-do spirit, satisfaction from a job well done, and knowledge passed from one generation to the next.”
Briggs and Stratton Home Standby Generators
Features you can count on to get you through an outage. A trusted brand with more than 100 years of engine and electric generator manufacturing experience. Home Generators backed by a 5-year warranty that covers the costs of repair—travel, parts, labor. Everything you expect but where other manufacturers fall short. Briggs and Stratton 12kW to 20kW Home Standby Generators have you covered not only when the power goes out, but when something goes wrong.
Homeowners should take advantage of the February Briggs and Stratton Generator Sale as they prepare for hurricane season or another year of PG&E blackouts. The 2020 Atlantic Hurricane Season starts June 1. Last year, California utility Pacific Gas and Electric Company instituted widespread blackouts after declaring bankruptcy because of lawsuits that blame utility equipment for starting wildfires.
FAQ: Transfer Switch Rating—Which One Do I Need?
Norwall bundles Briggs and Stratton standby generators with automatic transfer switches rated at 100 Amps, 150 Amps, and 200 Amps. The ATS rating must equal or exceed the rating of the equipment it serves. For a whole house transfer switch, a main panel with a 100-Amp main breaker requires an ATS rated AT LEAST 100 Amps. A 200-Amp or 150-Amp ATS will work just as well, but they cost more. On the other hand, a main panel with a 200-Amp breaker requires at least a 200-Amp ATS. See our Buyer Guide: How to Choose a Backup Generator Automatic Transfer Switch
Symphony II power management, built into all Briggs and Stratton Home Standby Generators, controls heavy loads to prevent generator overloads. Generator Features include the Briggs and Stratton 5-5-5 Warranty that covers parts, labor, and travel expenses for five years.
Every home and family have unique power requirements. Larger homes with bigger families require more power than a small home with one or two residents. For a medium to large home, a Briggs and Stratton 20kW Generator System includes a whole-house automatic transfer switch. Standby systems require an ATS for operation.
- Did You Know: The Federal Emergency Management Agency recommends that every family create an emergency disaster plan with a backup source of power. Whether 5-day power company blackout or a weeks-long outage following a hurricane, a backup generator keeps your family safe by providing power throughout the outage. Unlike portable generators, they are are safe to use close to a house, don’t require constant refueling with gasoline, and when properly installed pose less of a carbon monoxide risk.