Hints For Homeowners


The average electricity customer experiences seven to eight hours of power interruptions a year. Fortunately, two things can help: standby generators and battery storage systems. Standby generators kick in automatically when there’s a power outage. They’re permanently installed outside a home and fueled by liquid propane or natural gas. Home batteries provide back-up power when the grid goes down. They can also reduce energy costs. Learn more from the experts at Briggs and Stratton at briggs-and-stratton--dot--com.