Emergency Supply Generators

Back up your home

with a Briggs & Stratton generator and never have to worry.

Briggs & Stratton have focused primarily on power generation, and now they offer more generator solutions than any other manufacturers. When a customer chooses Briggs & Stratton, they’re not just choosing protection for their home. They are also choosing peace of mind.

The broadest home generator product line means you can have the exact amount of coverage you need – no compromising
Briggs & Stratton’s OHVI engine is the only engine designed specifically for extended generator use – for reliability that’s second to none
Automatic backup power means you’re always covered – even if you’re not home
Options come in liquid propane or natural gas – the direct hookup means never dealing with cords or gas cans again

Home Backup Generator

Imagine your home WITHOUT power:

While more families have chosen a Briggs & Stratton home standby generator more than any other brand, they didn’t do so for the same reasons. What would your family miss during a power outage?

  • Refrigeration/freezer – food spoilage
  • Furnace – frozen pipes, heat
  • Air conditioning – mold growth, comfort
  • Sump pump – flooding
  • Internet, cell phone chargers, TV – lose contact with outside world
  • Lighting – inside and outside
  • Cooking, bathing and washing clothes
  • Charging power tools for use during the emergency and post outage cleanup
  • Monetary loss from hotel costs, eating out, personal property damage and unexpected expenses

Top cases for power outages include:

  • Weather: lightning, wind, rain, snow, heat, cold and ice
  • Utility equipment problems and grid overload
  • Public or animal contact
  • Maintenance

If your power goes out, your generator goes on – automatically:

  • Power supply to your home is interrupted
  • Your Briggs & Stratton generator turns on automatically
  • Power is restored within seconds

How it works…
The generator system consists of a generator and transfer switch. The generator sits outside of your home or business just like an air conditioner, while the transfer switch is located next to the main breaker box, and in some cases replaces it entirely. An automatic standby generator works by monitoring utility voltage 24/7. When your electricity is interrupted, the generator detects the problem and goes to work. The automatic transfer switch safely disconnects the utility line and transfers to generator power. Power is simultaneously restored within seconds. Once the utility is restores, the generator returns to standby mode.


Have some peace of mind and get your emergency Briggs & Stratton generator today!

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