Power outages cost Americans $150 billion a year.*
Increasingly, people are experiencing losses due to home power failure. These losses can range anywhere from minor inconveniences to huge headaches. Imagine having to replace a refrigerator or freezer full of food, cleaning a flooded basement caused by a backed-up septic system or even worse.
You don't need a larger generator – just a smarter one.
In the past, selecting a home generator system meant choosing between a smaller unit that would only power the barest essentials, or a much larger, more fuel-hungry and costly unit. A Home Generator System by GE with the Symphony II Power Management System can provide a true whole-house solution.
Why Choose GE Generator Systems? The Smarter Approach to Backup Power with GE Generator Systems:
- Select a generator that powers your whole house.
- Select a smaller, less expensive, customizable system, that fits nicely within your landscape.
- 4 or 5 Year Limited Warranty (model dependent) consisting of parts AND labor for all 4 or 5 years. The Best Comprehensive Parts and Labor Warranty in the Industry.
*Department of Energy, 2009
More than 500,000 Americans are affected by power outages EACH DAY*
More than 500,000 Americans are affected by power outages EACH DAY*, costing Americans in excess of $19 billion per year. Take charge BEFORE the power goes out with a home generator system from Briggs & Stratton, the Power Experts.
Professionals the world over put their faith in Briggs & Stratton engines to supply reliable power when itís needed most. Built upon 100+ years of power expertise, Briggs & Stratton Generator Systems deliver the same practical, innovative features and reliable performance that people expect from all Briggs & Stratton products.
Briggs & Stratton offers a full range of standby generator systems, most backed by a 4 or 5 year limited warranty ñ one of the best in the industry.
For a decision this important, trust Briggs & Stratton, a company that has been providing reliable power for over 100 years. Briggs & Stratton ñ the Power Experts.
*U.S. Department of Energy, October, 2010