Briggs and Stratton Generator Sale Ahead of Hurricane Season– Norwall

United States, Arizona, Lake Havasu City – 04-22-2019 ( — Homeowners Urged to Prepare Before 2019 Atlantic Hurricane Season Begins June 1st

Norwall PowerSystems announced a Briggs and Stratton Sale on 12-Kilowatt to 60-kilowatt Home Standby Generators and Commercial Standby Generators from April 22 through May 10, 2019. Homeowners and businesses preparing for the 2019 Atlantic Hurricane Season will save hundreds to thousands of dollars on qualified purchases made during the promotional period. The Federal Emergency Management Agency recommends a backup power source as part of a disaster plan. Standby Generators provide backup power automatically and run on Natural Gas or Propane instead of Gasoline—a fuel often in short supply after a hurricane or other disaster.Briggs and Stratton Home Standby Generators start and run the moment a hurricane or other event takes the power out, even at the height of the storm. They don’t need refueling and can power homes and businesses through outages lasting days or even weeks. The sale at Norwall includes generators for every size home and small to medium businesses. Electrical load determines the generator capacity required.Travis LaVallie at Norwall said, “The Briggs and Stratton Generator Sale helps homeowners prepare through hundreds or even thousands of dollars in savings. Every year, Norwall promotes awareness of the Atlantic Hurricane Season through special pricing, preparedness articles on their website and blog, and how-to-prepare social media posts for the 6-month season that runs from June 1st through November 30th.” Featured Standby Generators include the 20-Kilowatt 40584 with 200-Amp Service-Rated Automatic Transfer Switch (or ATS) which provides enough power for most large homes. The 20-Kilowatt 40585 with Dual 200-Amp Split 400-Amp SE Rated ATS powers homes with a two-panel 400-Amp or 300-Amp split service. Also heading the popularity list is the 12-Kilowatt 40531 with 200-Amp SE Rated ATS. All SE Rated Transfer Switches Include Symphony II Power Management. Norwall also has generators with 100-Amp and 150-Amp transfer switches available. Briggs and Stratton Home Standby Generators keep families and homes safe by providing essential power for systems people usually take for granted. Working refrigerators preserve food. Sump Pumps keep basements and crawl spaces dry. Heating and Air Conditioning maintain comfort in the summer and winter. Small and medium businesses can stay open to provide essential services to local residents when they don’t have power. Norwall ( has Briggs and Stratton Home Generators In Stock and ready to ship in 1-2 days from their warehouses.  About Norwall PowerSystemsNorwall PowerSystems, established in 1997, specializes in the sale of emergency backup power generators and outdoor power equipment. Norwall stocks 1000s of standby generators, portable generators, automatic transfer switches, and replacement parts in multiple warehouses throughout the US for immediate shipment. With over 75 years of combined experience in the electrical and power plant arenas, sales staff provide courteous and knowledgeable service to customers by listening, taking notes, and providing information in a timely manner. Regular, factory-sponsored training keeps staff up to date on new products. Now in business over 20 years, Norwall has shipped a quarter-million generators.

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Company Name: Norwall PowerSystems
Full Name: Travis Lavallie
Phone: 928-453-4494
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