Home Power

Finding the right emergency backup generator in case the power goes out in your home will really help your home run smoothly whether it is powered by gasoline, diesel, or propane fuel types.

Knowing your specific daily power requirements for your home or the power consumption of the average household, will assist you in your search to find the right generator for your needs.

Your fuel source will dictate price, noise level, cooling, and lifetime operability before service is required.

Fuel

Gasoline, Diesel generators are more prevalent for home use but the shelf life of both are limited to about 1 year. Propane, has a extremely long shelf life. It is available when you need it. Natural gas is the cheapest and readily available in most homes, unless a natural disaster breaks natural gas lines.

Good, Better, & Best Home Power Generators

Good: 

Champion Power Equipment 100165 7500 Watt Dual Fuel Portable Generator with Electric Start

Dual Fuel – Runs on GAS or PROPANE straight out of the box
9375 starting watts, 7500 running watts with up to 8 hours run time on a full tank of gas and up to 5.5 hours on a 20 lb. propane tank
Powered by a reliable 439cc Champion engine with Touch Start, push-button electric start (battery included)

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Price: $1,480.00 $1,008.53

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Better:

Best:

– Generac Protector Series Diesel Standby Generator – 48 kW, 120/240 Volts, Single Phase, Model# RD04834ADSE

Code Ready, a set of popular preconfigured options and a range of code-driven accessories
External vent and fill, UL/CUL 142-listed, double-walled tank with leak sensor
Alarm is issued and generator shuts

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Price: $16,199.00

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