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Honda Generators are quiet and durable. The perfect back up to use in any emergency. With increased natural and man made disasters you need a power
Honda Generators are reliable and will keep going even after hard use. This is the perfect generator to give you peace of mind when the power goes out. With increased natural and manmade disasters happening all about us the chances are really good you will need something like this in the next couple of years.
The heavy duty Honda Generator has a sturdy frame and handles for easy carry. They are powered by a commercial grade engine and will work well under heavy use.
Gas generators are the easiest to run during disasters because fuel can be found. However gas will quickly run out if the emergency continues any length of time. For long power outages a propane system might be considered. You can keep propane for awhile and use it for other things like fueling camping stoves and lamps.
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Where I lived in Oregon it was common to have power outages after any storm. It could be a summer thunderstorm or a winter snowstorm. We needed something to back up the power and keep us warm. A generator would have really helped.
This photo above shows a Honda generator that was being used by NBC news. They were setting up to film the 57th Presidential Inauguration in 2013 and needed something to power their devices.
This one has an inverter so it is good for computers. If you want to power your sensitive devices be sure to get the right power supply for them.
The worse disaster I have ever been in was when a 6.0 earthquake hit our area in Klamath Falls, Oregon. It was in the fall and the time was in the evening about 8:30.
Before it hit we experienced a smaller one just about 20 minutes before. This got our attention so we were sitting around discussing it. We didn't have earthquakes very often in our area so this was very interesting.
Suddenly the big earthquake hit and the house started to shake and we were really scared. I noticed the aquarium water sloshing and hoped that the fish would not hit the floor. The lights turned out and through the windows we could see the transformers exploding in green light all over town.
As soon as the shaking stopped we could hear the car alarms sounding all over the city. It was really eerie with the lights out and the wail of the alarms sounding through the night.
We were out of power for about an hour and thought it was all over. I was trying to light the propane stove and get it fired up again when the next one hit. It was another 6.0 and shook the place as before. Again the lights were out and this time we headed outside. It was just to frightening inside. We didn't go inside again that night except to retrieve some tents and blankets to sleep outside.
On this page you should be able to find the generator that you are looking for.
Dear Honda Generator Fans,
I am writing to you in behalf of your Heavenly Father. He is seeking you like a lost sheep. You remember the Bible story? It is about a shepherd who has 100 sheep. But when he brings the sheep home one night, one is missing. He then leaves the 99 sheep and goes out into the wilderness until he finds that lost sheep.
In this parable the shepherd goes out to search for the one lost sheep-the very least that can be numbered. So if there had been but one lost soul, Christ would have died for that one. To read more click Lost Sheep
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