Norwall PowerSystems: Warranty Extended to 10 Years on Briggs and Stratton Air-Cooled Standby Generators

Briggs and Stratton Offers a 10-Year Parts – Labor – Travel Warranty on Home Backup Generators

LAKE HAVASU CITY, AZ – 18 Jul, 2017 – Briggs and Stratton will extend their industry leading 5-5-5 (Parts–Labor–Travel) warranty to 10 years on air-cooled home standby generators purchased between July 17 and August 25, 2017. Briggs standard 5-5-5 warranty on 12-kilowatt, 17-kilowatt, and 20-kilowatt standby generators already leads the home backup generator industry. The limited-time offer highlighted in Norwall PowerSystem’s Online Product Catalog ( adds 5 years to the warranty to make it 10 years on parts, labor, and travel, exceeding other manufacturer’s warranties by five to eight years.

Texas Energy Providers called standby generators “the next must-have household appliance” after five utility interruptions in 2011 left 20 million people without power, some for days and even weeks. Reliance on electricity makes the reliability of standby generators important. The industry standard warranty is five years, but most manufacturers limit their coverage after just two or three years. Labor and Travel quickly add up to substantial costs, but Briggs and Stratton covers parts, labor, and travel for the length of the warranty—a full 10 years when purchased during the promotional period.

Briggs & Stratton stands behind their home standby generators with one of the best warranties in the standby industry. “Adding five years to the guarantee makes it an outstanding value for our customers,” says Travis LaVallie of Norwall PowerSystems.

Standby Generator Systems are permanently wired through an Automatic Transfer Switch to the home’s service panel and automatically detect power outages. Within moments after the loss of utility power, the generator starts and runs for a few seconds to stabilize speed and prepare to take the home’s full electrical load. The ATS isolates the home’s electrical system from the electric utility lines and begins to supply power from the standby generator. Utility service resumes automatically after the electric utility restores power. The ATS reconnects the utility lines to the main panel and the generator begins to shut down.

Norwall’s Briggs and Stratton Home Standby Generators are bundled with different transfer switches (separate warranty). A 17-kilowatt generator with a 150-amp automatic transfer switch is perfect for some homes. Other families might need a 20-kilowatt generator with a 200-amp ATS. Norwall’s Generator Buyer’s Guide helps homeowners determine the type of standby system required. Their Home Generator Sizing Guide helps choose the correct capacity to meet the home and family’s needs.

About Norwall PowerSystems

Norwall PowerSystems, established in 1997 to specialize in the sale of emergency backup power generators and associated equipment, stocks 1,000s of standby generators, portable generators, automatic transfer switches, and replacement parts in multiple warehouses throughout the US. With over 55 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. After 20 years in business, Norwall has shipped over 200,000 generators.

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