Norwall Highlights Kohler & Generac Standby Generator Savings

United States, Arizona, Lake Havasu City – 09-12-2019 ( — Limited Time Offers Kick Off the Fall Season Ahead of Winter Power Outages

Norwall PowerSystems, the online generator retailer, announced savings on Generac Guardian 16-Kilowatt to 22-Kilowatt Standby Generators and Kohler Generators up to 60 Kilowatts. The Generac Sale runs until September 14th, and Kohler until the 18th. Savings of up to $3000 off Norwall’s regular low price are reflected in the online catalog at Norwall ( Home Standby buyers combine offers with the Generac Pick-Your-Power National Promotion already running at Norwall through September 20th. Guardian Generator buyers choose a free 48-Volt Blower or a GP1200i Portable Inverter Generator. With the purchase of a 16-kilowatt, 20-kilowatt, or 22-kilowatt standby, Generac buyers save an additional 5 percent off Norwall’s regular price.Summer vacations are over, kids are back in school. Winter storms and the power outages that often go with them are just around the corner. September is also one of two peak months for hurricanes and tropical storms. Hurricane Dorian left thousands without power as it swept up the East Coast along Florida, Georgia, and North Carolina. Standby Generators start and run automatically, in any weather, including hurricanes, ice storms, and blizzards.Travis LaVallie at Norwall said, “This is the perfect time to upgrade your emergency power system with a new standby generator. The Atlantic Basin is active with numerous storms. Fall is here and winter is on the way. The sales at Norwall can save customers hundreds or thousands of dollars off the cost of a new standby generator system that keeps the power on during the worst weather, even if the homeowner is away.”Popular Generac Guardian generators include the 22-Kilowatt 70432 with 200-Amp Automatic Transfer Switch. The nationwide best-selling home standby generator, it boasts more power than any other air-cooled generator with greater efficiency and costs less per kilowatt than competing models in its class. Other popular Generac models include the 16kW Guardian 70371 and the 20kW Guardian 70391.From Kohler, big sellers include the 20-Kilowatt 20RESD plus RXT Transfer Switch or the 20-Kilowatt 20RESCL with 200-Amp Whole House ATS. For those with luxury homes and estates, liquid cooled 24-Kilowatt to 60-Kilowatt standby generators offer more power than air-cooled models. Norwall also has 6kW Variable Speed DC Generators designed specifically for off-grid and alternative energy systems. 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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