Norwall Reveals Briggs and Stratton 20kW Generator Promotion

Arizona, Lake Havasu city, USA – 02-25-2019 ( — 82V Lithium-Ion Leaf Blower with any 20kW Briggs and Stratton Backup Generator Purchase

Norwall PowerSystems announced a new Briggs and Stratton Home Standby Generator Promotion for customers who purchase any Briggs and Stratton 20kW Generator package from February 25th through March 29th, 2019. Qualified purchases of standalone standby generators or packages with an Automatic Transfer Switch (ATS) include a FREE Snapper 82-Volt Lithium-Ion Leaf Blower Kit powered by Briggs and Stratton—A 249-dollar value. Norwall, ( an online generator superstore, stocks thousands of generators in their warehouses and ships within days of receiving an order. The Snapper 82V Leaf Blower features a 4Ah Briggs and Stratton Lithium-Ion Battery interchangeable with other Snapper 82V products.Snapper’s Leaf Blower has infinite speed control and an airflow up to 130 MPH (550CFM) to blow leaves and debris in a wide path. A stable anti-tip base provides stability on the ground while the ergonomic rubber handle and touch points make handling the blower comfortable. A brushless 750-Watt high-efficiency motor powers the blower. A metal end ring protects the blower tube from bumps and scrapes on driveways and walks. Snapper is a Briggs and Stratton Brand.“The 20-kilowatt Briggs and Stratton Home Standby Generator with a Free Leaf Blower Promotion is a great value just in time for spring,” said Travis LaVallie at Norwall. “Peace of mind because your family and home are safe during power outages and a great leaf blower for spring and fall cleanup or blowing cut grass off the sidewalk this summer.”A Briggs and Stratton Backup Generator automatically supplies electrical power during outages. Connected to natural gas or propane supply lines, they don’t need refueling every few hours and can run for weeks during the extended outages that often occur after natural weather disasters, including hurricanes. With Symphony II Power Management, a Briggs and Stratton 20kW generator can power most medium to large homes including multiple central air conditioners and other high-power appliances. Norwall’s most popular model, the Briggs and Stratton 20kW home standby generator 40584 includes an SE Rated 200-Amp ATS. All models run on either natural gas or propane and convert easily during installation.Homeowners with 300-Amp or 400-Amp electrical service can take advantage of the offer with a 20-kilowatt 40585 including Dual 200-Amp ATS for a split service with two circuit breaker panels. Norwall also offers the 40582 Briggs and Stratton 20kW Generator + 100-Amp ATS and the 20kW 40583 with 150-Amp ATS. Besides the above models with Aluminum enclosures, Norwall also carries Briggs and Stratton Home Standby Generators with Rust-Resistant Galvanneal Steel cabinets.It’s also the perfect time to upgrade. Two models without an Automatic Transfer Switch, the steel enclosure 20-kilowatt 40336 and aluminum enclosure 40574 standby generator, replace existing generators when a suitable transfer switch is already in place.Norwall has Briggs and Stratton 20kW Generators In Stock and Ready to Ship free within days. Reach them toll free at 855-453-4494 or shop their online catalog.About Norwall PowerSystemsNorwall PowerSystems, established in 1997 to specialize in the sale of emergency backup power generators and associated equipment, stocks 1,000s of RV Generators, 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 over 20 years in business, Norwall has shipped over 200,000 generators.

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