DuroMax Elite MX1500 Re...

The MX1500 DuroMax generator is smaller and less expensive than other members of the DuroMax family, but produces only about half the power of the XP4400 series. Whether or not this is the right generator for you depends on a number of factors. Read the full review to learn more.

DuroMax XP4400 Review

The DuroMax XP400 gas generator has a rating of 3,500W/4,400W, which is be more than enough to keep you and your family comfortable in the event of a power outage. Click to read the full review.

Disaster Preparation

During a disaster, a generator is a great way to ensure you’ll have the essentials (and even some creature comforts) for a short period of time. However, in the event...

Transfer Switch for Dur...

A generator transfer switch allows you to change your entire home to generator power with the push of a button. Click to learn more about how transfer switches work.

DuroMax Generator Cover...

It’s always a good idea to keep your DuroMax generator covered when not in use to protect it from the elements. A cover is a relatively small investment that can end up...

DuroMax XP4400E Review

DuroMax XP4400E is a very similar to the XP4400. The primary difference is that the XP4400E features a push-button starting system. As with the XP4400, the 3,500W/4,400W output and 8-hour tank life will allow you to power all of your essential electronic devices during an outage. Click to read the full review.