Mr. Electric of Southern Minnesota
Briggs & Stratton Standby Home Generators
In the event of a power outage what would you do? What if it were during the middle of an ice storm or heat wave? Are you prepared? When it comes to having a reliable power source for your home, you need a generator. You won't have to worry about whether you or your family will be able to stay warm through a freeze or stay cool through a heat wave. You can sleep through the night knowing your security system will still be up and running. The food in your refrigerator won't spoil and your computer won't crash. Standby home generators by Briggs & Stratton give you uninterrupted power to keep all your devices and even central air conditioning units running like normal.
As a Briggs & Stratton Home Generator System Dealer, we can outfit your home with a backup generator for less than you think. Briggs & Stratton generators can be used with natural gas or propane, some of the models can start and test themselves weekly, and are quiet and low maintenance.
Briggs and Stratton integrates decades of innovation into its generator line and is proud to offer the world's first line of High Efficiency Home Generator Systems. Thanks to the patented IntelliGEN automatic transfer switch, managing the rigorous demands of your whole house PLUS up to two central air conditioners is finally possible with a more compact and affordable standby generator.
Put an end to worrying about an outage in your area. Call Mr. Electric of Southern Minnesota at 507-634-3532 to get a Briggs & Stratton home generator installed today! A licensed professional will install your generator, make sure that all local codes and regulations are met, and show you how you can operate it most effectively.
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(507) 634-3532 for Southeastern Minnesota area
WARNING: Do-It-Yourself (DIY) installations of transfer systems are absolutely discouraged. Any transfer switch, a key component of a proper generator installation, should be always installed by a licensed electrician ONLY. An improperly installed transfer switch is a safety hazard and can also damage your generator when the power is restored. Backfeed from your generator into the utility system could electrocute your neighbors or utility personnel repairing the outage.
Mr.Electric has the highest standards of workmanship in the industry. For your peace of mind, we guarantee our work*.
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- Use with an UL-listed transfer switch only.
- Follow instructions in the operator's manual.
- Only operate generators outside.
- Know the wattage limitations of your generator and do not exceed them.
- Do not use the generator if it is cracked, leaking gas, fuel, oil, or another fluid. It could be dangerous.
- NEVER plug your generator into a wall outlet!
- Be sure to stockpile enough fuel to keep your electricity going during an extended outage.
- Periodically run your generator to make sure it is operating correctly.
- Protect your generator from excessive dirt, dust and moisture.
- Place generator on flat surfaces only.
- Make sure that all compartments are closed when running.
- Do not operate the generator if you smell fuel.
- Always keep the generator turned off and only turn it on when you need it.
- When working on the generator, be sure that it is turned off and appropriately disconnected from fuses and connection equipment.