These handy tools will help you choose the model that’s right for you. Whether it’s for home or work, recreation or emergencies, we've got the power that makes your life easier.
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For home, for work, for play - Champion makes the power that makes your life easier. Find a retailer close to you or locate a dealer/installer for our home standby products.
Find the perfect standby generator to back up your home’s power by answering a few simple questions with our whole house generator sizing tool. Request a free quote directly from the results page.
To speak with someone directly, please call 833-41-CHAMP or you can email us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
We currently only supply home standby generators to the United States and Canada. Due to local regulations, we've built different models for these two countries.
We don't need an exact number, but a ballpark estimate will help us calculate the best generator for your home.
Your home's fuel source helps us calculate the best generator for your home.
If you have an all electric or fuel oil home you will need to source a local propane supplier to set you up with a tank.
Your Champion HSB dealer can help.
The size of your electrical service helps us calculate the best generator for your home.
Need help identifying your home's electrical service size?
Understanding your home’s electrical service size is a necessary first step towards properly choosing a transfer switch.
Electricity provided by the utility company will pass through a meter on or near your home and then likely be routed to your home’s electrical panel. The panel will contain one large main circuit breaker that will feed electricity to the other circuit breakers in your panel box. The main circuit breaker’s rated amperage is referred to as the size of electrical service powering the home. The size of the main breaker can range from 50 to 400 Amps, but most homes are either 100 or 200 Amps.
Generally anything that requires 240V power would be considered a high demand appliance.
Need help identifying your high demand appliances?
After electricity passes through the home’s main circuit breaker, smaller individual circuits provide power to various sections and appliances in your home.
Circuit breakers that are 2 slots wide with two switches linked together are called double pole circuit breakers and typically have ratings larger than 20 Amps. Double pole circuit breakers carry a voltage of 220-240 Volts and are generally used for high demand appliances like an electric clothes dryer, electric stove, or air conditioner.