Power outages are becoming more common, with an increase in natural disasters every year. Being without power can be especially dangerous during months of extreme heat or cold.
Investing in a generator now ensures your family’s safety and comfort in the future if and when a power outage occurs.
Briggs & Stratton Generators
Briggs and Stratton manufacture generators you can trust. They’ve been in business since 1908, and more than 85% of their products are produced in the United States. But they have more to offer than American heritage and long-time expertise.
Best Warranty in the Industry
Briggs & Stratton generators come with an industry-leading warranty. In addition, they believe in their products and are committed to customer satisfaction.
As leaders in the home generator industry, Briggs & Stratton offer advanced engineering and commercial-grade generators. Their engines are quiet, efficient, and, most importantly, dependable.
Using your generator couldn’t be easier. Thanks to smarter power management features, you can power your home for less and monitor your generator right from your smartphone.
Installation Cost for Briggs & Stratton Generators
Installation for Briggs & Stratton generators varies depending on who installs it and what model of generator you choose. For example, setting up a portable generator will be cheaper than installing a standby or home generator.
Generally speaking, what you pay for a generator is a reasonable estimate of how much you’ll pay for installation costs. For example, if the generator costs $1000, you can expect to pay the same for installation.
Thankfully, Briggs & Stratton generators are midrange in price. They typically cost less than Honda or Yamaha generators but cost a little more than the budget brands. That said, they’re also more reliable than most of the no-name budget brands.
Briggs & Stratton generators can cost anywhere from $500 for a portable generator to $19,000 for a large standby generator. When budgeting for the price and installation of a generator, consider these things when estimating the cost.
The Size and Location of Your Home
The larger your home, the bigger generator you will need to power it. You can also decide if you want your entire home powered or just want to use the lights and keep refrigerators and freezers running. This determines how big a generator you will need and how long it will take to install it.
The final cost will also depend on the state and county you live in, as each has its own codes and regulations.
The Fuel Type
Standby generators run on either propane or natural gas, so they are more expensive to install since a fuel tank will also have to be added. Portable generators already have a gas tank included but will require you to refill it manually as needed.
Also, portable generators will need a transfer switch installed while standby generators come with the transfer switch already built-in.
Who Will Install Your Generator
If you have the electrical know-how, you can save a lot of money on installation. However, there is little room for error. For most, it’s safer and cheaper to hire a professional to install your standby generator or, at the very least, the transfer switch for your portable generator.
Investing in a Briggs & Stratton Generator
The professionals at Midwest Generator Solutions will help you find the perfect fit for an emergency generator. We are authorized dealers qualified to help you install, maintain, and repair whichever generator is best for your home.
Contact us today to learn more!