Briggs & Stratton Generators

Power Your World

You like to be prepared. From a hurricane to a snowstorm, a tailgating party to a construction site – you want the power on. Our generators have been through it all, including the harshest conditions in the most critical situations and have delivered time and time again.

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Click Here for Portable Generators

A more portable & temporary solution for power when and wherever you need it.


  • Portable, proper storage is required
  • No installation needed. Must be operated outside.


  • Manual (Recoil or Electric Start)

Fuel Type

  • Gasoline
  • Refueling is needed

What It Can Power

  • Outdoor items plugged directly into the generator
  • Indoor items through a manual transfer switch

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A permanent power solution for all the conveniences of a life uninterrupted. 


  • Permanently installed outside your home
  • Professionally installed by a certified Briggs & Stratton dealer or licensed electrician


  • Automatic when power goes out

Fuel Type

  • Natural gas or liquid propane
  • No refueling needed

What It Can Power

  • Overall home needs such as lights, water heater, refrigerator, air conditioner, etc.
  • Automatically manage high wattage appliance priority with Symphony® II power management system for automatic load management

Home Backup Power

A storm comes in. Your power goes out. And your lifestyle goes down.

Severe weather like tornadoes, hurricanes, ice storms and blizzards can cause power outages that quickly disrupt your normal, daily life. With backup power from a Home Series Portable Generator, you can make sure your food doesn’t spoil, your lights stay on, and you’re still connected to the outside world.

Power to maintain your home’s comfort and security – as well as your family’s peace of mind.

In power outage situations, portable generators can provide critical backup power to the items and appliances you and your family rely on:

  • Lights
  • Refrigerators and freezers
  • Computers, tablets and cell phone chargers
  • TVs
  • Sump pumps
  • Furnaces and air conditioners
  • Home security systems

As easy as powering up and plugging in.

If your home’s power suddenly goes out due to severe weather or a utility disruption, you can easily and quickly restore critical power with your portable generator.

We're Your Backup Power Experts

Purchasing the best automatic standby generator system doesn’t have to be a painful process. That’s why Feldmann Power is committed to helping you with every step along the way. In fact, we’ve designed a step-by-step process, so you can make the right decision for your home’s backup power needs.

Why Standby Generators?

Few scenarios for a family are met with as much universal frustration as waiting out a power outage in the dark. A power outage interrupts a family’s daily routine and forces life to be put on pause until the power returns.

Standby generator systems prevent that. Period. Standby generator systems are designed to keep lights and home appliances powered in the event of a power outage – automatically.  Best of all, they provide peace of mind that your family won’t have to endure another headache-inducing power outage in the dark.

Which is the Best Generator System for My Home?

No two homes are alike. We know that. It’s why we are dedicated to tailoring an automatic standby generator system for your home’s specific needs. Use our interactive selection tool and tell us what you expect to be powered in your home during an outage and we’ll suggest a solution best fit for your home. You can also browse our entire line of backup power solutions here.

Portable Generators 101

If you’ve ever used a power lawn mower and an extension cord, you’re halfway there. When used properly, portable generators are safe, efficient and easy to use for generating portable power. All portable generators are rated by Running Watts and Starting Watts.

Running Watts – The continuous watts produced to keep items running.

Starting Watts – The momentary electrical current the generator can provide to start electric motors, per Briggs & Stratton 628K. It does not represent the power required to continuously run electrical loads. It is the maximum current that can momentarily be supplied when starting a motor, multiplied by the generator’s rated voltage.

Learn more tips about choosing & using a generator.

Storage and Maintenance Tips

Keep your portable generator ready to run with proper maintenance.

You may need your portable generator at a moment’s notice. Make sure it’s ready to run. Follow these simplemaintenance and storage tips.

Safety First

Be safe while powering up.

Portable generators are easy and safe to use when correctly operated. Here are a few usage tips you should keep in mind.

Find backup power safety tips.

Home Standby vs. Portable Generators Comparison Chart

Home standby generator systems and portable generators are the two most common types of backup power solutions homeowners choose. Both keep power flowing to a home during a power outage, but in differing ways.

A portable generator is an immediate but temporary solution powered by gasoline, while a home standby generator is an automatic, permanent backup power solution powered by natural gas or liquid propane.