Where are Briggs & Stratton Standby Generators Made?
A home standby generator is there when you need it most. When your family experiences a power outage, you are in need of a standby generator that you can rely on. Briggs & Stratton does just that with a customer-focused Engineering team and production line assembling these products in the United States.Every year, Briggs & Stratton makes and assembles the engines and enclosures for all of their home standby generators at their US-based facilities in Poplar Bluff, Missouri and Munnsville, New York, among others.
Briggs and Stratton also builds and assembles over 9 million engines within the US at one of our many stateside locations as well as employs over 3,000 employees across six states. We want to make sure each home standby generator has top of the line quality as well as reliability. Briggs and Stratton creates peace of mind with each made-in-the-USA home standby generator.
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