Hurricane Prep Incentive for Kohler Backup Generators at Norwall PowerSystems

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Norwall Customers Save Hundreds on Kohler Standby Generators for the 2018 Hurricane Season

LAKE HAVASU CITY, AZ – 06-13-2018 (Press Release Jet) — Online generator retailer Norwall PowerSystems offers hundreds of dollars off on the purchase of Kohler Home Standby Generators beginning June 14 through June 27, 2018. The savings apply to liquid-cooled standby generators from 24 kilowatts to 60 kilowatts and air-cooled standby generators from 6 kilowatts to 20 kilowatts. Norwall ( made the announcement on Wednesday following the June 1 start of the 2018 Atlantic Hurricane Season. Forecasters predict average to above average activity on the heels of a record-setting 2017.

The hurricane disasters of 2017 caused billions of dollars in weather-related damages and left millions without power for weeks at a time. Early forecasts for 2018 indicated another above-average season, now forecast as above average to average. FEMA, the Federal Emergency Management Agency that responds to U.S. disasters of all kinds, recommends a generator for a backup source of electrical power. After last year’s storms, many residents are turning to automatic standby generators that supply power through extended outages lasting days or even weeks.

Standby Generators supply power automatically in all kinds of weather, including hurricanes. Liquid-Cooled models like Kohler’s 60 Kilowatt model can supply all the needs of a large, luxury home or business. 

According to Travis LaVallie at Norwall, “2017 hit the United States with nine tropical storms, hurricanes, and major hurricanes. Looking ahead isn’t easy, but forecasters predict at least one major hurricane to hit the coast in addition to tropical storms and hurricanes. It adds up to another long summer and fall of storms and power outages. All coastal residents should Prepare for Hurricanes.”

CSU’s Tropical Meteorology Project states that “coastal residents are reminded that it only takes one hurricane making landfall to make it an active season for them. They should prepare the same for every season, regardless of how much activity is predicted.”

By planning and preparing now, Norwall’s Kohler Generator Offer will save homeowners and businesses at least 250 dollars up to more than 1800 dollars off the regular Kohler Price.

All homeowners along the coast should prepare for hurricanes before they form with a Hurricane Emergency Plan that includes sheltering in place with supplies and a home generator and an evacuation plan. 2017 saw hurricanes and major hurricanes form one after another. Major hurricanes Harvey and Irma made landfall in Texas and Florida, respectively, and caused widespread power outages, flooding, and more than 200 deaths in the United States. 

About Norwall PowerSystems 

Norwall PowerSystems, established in 1997 to specialize in the sale of emergency backup power generators and associated equipment, stocks 1,000s of standby generators, portable generators, automatic transfer switches and replacement parts in multiple warehouses throughout the US. The Norwall Blog and Norwall Power Expert provide helpful emergency disaster resources with links to important sites, disaster preparation, and information on relevant current events. 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 promptly. Regular, factory-sponsored training keeps staff up to date on new products. In business for more than 20 years, Norwall has shipped over 200,000 generators.

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Company Name: Norwall PowerSystems
Full Name: Travis LaVallie
Phone: 928-453-4494 EXT 250
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