1. Determine devices you need to run simultaneously. Record Running & Additional Starting Watts requirement of all selected devices.
  2. Add the Running Watts of all selected items be run simultaneously and record that number (Total Running Watts).
  3. Identify device with Highest Additional Starting Watts requirement and record that number.
  4. Add Total Running Watts to Highest Additional Starting Watts. This would be your Total Starting Watts to power your stuff!

Your Generator should produce at least the calculated Total Starting Watts

Running Watts: The power required to continuously run an electrical device after it has already been started.

Starting Watts: The momentary surge of power required to start motor-driven products like a refrigerator. You may estimate using the following equation if Running & Starting Watts are not available.


Only motor-driven devices will require additional watts. The additional starting watts required may be estimated 1-2 x Running Watts.


10W – 30 is our standard recommended oil (you can find this in your manual) if you would like to use full synthetic oil 5W – 30 is recommended. Please be advised if you decide to go to synthetic oil we suggest you keep using synthetic.

Depending on your generator there are three places to find your serial number: on our open frame generator, it is on the right side of the tank in a white label, for our inverter generators it is on the top in a white label, and for our dual fuel units it is right behind the battery on the side of the engine.

Our warranty is 3 years, first year parts and labor, second and third year is parts only.

You can use regular unleaded gasoline in your generator.

Drain all the gasoline out of the gas tank and carburetor, and store in a dry covered space.

We sell at quite a few vendors depending on what you are looking for, you can do a quick google search of the unit you are interested in to find the providers.

We’ve partnered with service centers across North America, if you call us we will find one nearest you.

You can buy them in our Accessories and Parts page, or with our generator providers.

The decibel rating will be listed on your generator page.

Depending on your generator the THD varies, you can visit your generator page to find the specific THD.