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Generac Signs Contracts with Key HVAC Distributors to Sell Honeywell Standby Generators

After being named the exclusive licensee for Honeywell branded portable and standby generators late last year, Generac Power Systems, a leading manufacturer of automatic standby generators, has signed contracts with several key HVAC equipment distribution companies to sell Honeywell home standby generators through their dealer networks.

“Honeywell generators are ideal products for HVAC distributors and their dealers,” says Kyle Raabe, vice president, sales, Generac. “HVAC dealers are in their customers’ homes more often than many other contractors—changing filters and fine-tuning mechanical equipment for maximum comfort. In a power outage, though, all of those systems come to a halt. Honeywell standby generators give dealers the means to provide a whole-house backup power solution that will ensure their customers' comfort regardless of the conditions outside.”

Generac is distributing Honeywell standby generators through established, quality distributors that are willing to diversify the product offering they present to their HVAC dealers. Distributors have already been signed to cover the following geographic regions:


Greater Twin Cities

(Minneapolis/St. Paul, Minn.)

Greater Chicago

Southern Illinois

Eastern Iowa


Southern Ohio




West Virginia


Southern Alabama

The Florida Panhandle

“Our dealer base has benefited immensely by participating in the promotion and sale of Honeywell home generators,” says Skip Mungo, president, Temperature Equipment Corporation. "Home generators provide an exciting alternative avenue for the residential equipment dealer to access the consumer. The resulting sales, and yearly maintenance, provide incremental margin to the dealer, as well as an expanded customer base.”

To learn more about Honeywell home standby generators, visit To become a Honeywell home standby distributor in your region, call 855-GENINFO (436-4636), or e-mail [email protected].

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