Generac 6244 20,000 Watt Air-Cooled Aluminum Enclosure Liquid Propane/Natural Gas Powered Standby Generator (CARB Compliant) with 200SE Transfer Switch
Generac Guardian Series 5875 20,000 Watt Air-Cooled Liquid Propane/Natural Gas Powered Standby Generator With Transfer Switch (CARB Compliant).
- Includes 200 Amp automatic transfer switch for whole house protection
- Convenient, hands-free operation with no fueling. No manual start. No extension cords. Runs on natural gas or liquid propane
- Clean, smooth True Power Technology provides safe operation of sensitive electronics
- 20,000 Rated Watts. CARB Compliant
- Patented Quiet-Test low speed exercise mode
Average Customer Review
(8 customer reviews)
Poor Generac customer service, October 28, 2013
Generac was notified that the problem was solved in August of this year and the person handling our case said that our warranty had been extended for another year and that she would get us the name of a technician who would service our generator in a timely manner. She would send that to us in writing the next day. I have made 12 calls in the last two weeks.
Something you buy but never hope that you need..., June 26, 2013
OverACliff "joeslide" (Athens, AL United States)
The unit runs every Monday morning at 9:00 am. I get emails letting me know when the status changes because I purchased the Wireless Remote Monitoring Mobile Link as an accessory.
Tip: Since the installation itself is an significant cost, I went ahead and had an additional cut-off switch installed - I can now plug my gasoline generator in if all else fails.
Dependable, American Made Generator, August 21, 2013
Matt - Electrician
Although I have installed several of these units, I am obviously not trying to drum up business, as I am posting anonymously. I have installed all of the major brands over the last 23 years, and you can't beat this generator for the money. Feel free to ask me questions if you have any.
jfRx5Gn3rJyf, March 1, 2014
No. There was no duty to do that. But that's why I point it out. It's typical of most poicle officers to go above and beyond the call of duty to do the right thing. Also typical of poicle (but by no means university) is that when the pressure was on, he didn't freeze. There was no time to think, "what am I going to do?" He had to act and act quickly. And he ran toward danger, putting his own life at risk.