Whether you live in an area with a harsh weather climate or not, power outages can still impact you and your home. As the power grid becomes more outdated and unreliable as a source of power, many homeowners are turning to backup power as a resource. Whether it be an energy storage system or standby generator, these backup power sources can help ease the anxiety of a power outage by ensuring your home will not go without electricity.
Briggs & Stratton generators are creating peace of mind throughout the country, especially in areas like Texas and South Carolina. Designed to work in extreme weather conditions, our generators instill confidence that they will be there when homeowners need them most. Before hitting the market, our generators are tested rigorously to ensure optimal performance in severe weather like major wind, heat and rain. On top of being able to handle anything that Mother Nature produces, our best-in-class warranty comes standard with each generator. Parts, labor and travel are included for the entire term, making it the industry’s most comprehensive warranty. Click here to learn more about how Briggs & Stratton generators are designed with ease of ownership in mind.
Power outages can happen at a moment’s notice and if you’re not prepared, they can be very costly. According to floodsmart.gov, a power outage can cost a homeowner upwards of $20,000 when you factor in the cost of a hotel stay, replacing spoiled food and flooding repairs. Protect your home by working with an authorized dealer to install a standby generator for backup power.
Briggs & Stratton generators are engineered and assembled in the USA and are powered by commercial-grade Vanguard engines. With Briggs & Stratton, you get power you need, backed by the quality you deserve. Don’t just take our word; hear what some of our customers have to say about why they love their Briggs & Stratton generators!
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