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For small needs, kinda "short" term and "portable", I like the tri-fuel inverter types.
Champion Gasoline/LPG/NG...... or the like.

NG pipes usually stay running even after a hurricane, but not always.
For LP, park a decent sized tank and protect it.
Gasoline is what it is, but having some stored in a protected space is good.

Champion has tri in inverter and std types.

In terms of say a Generac or Kholer whole-house pad-mounted unit, how do they hold up to hurricanes? If they are not at least mounted high to avoid flooding then there's risk there.
 

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For small needs, kinda "short" term and "portable", I like the tri-fuel inverter types.
Champion Gasoline/LPG/NG...... or the like.

NG pipes usually stay running even after a hurricane, but not always.
For LP, park a decent sized tank and protect it.
Gasoline is what it is, but having some stored in a protected space is good.

Champion has tri in inverter and std types.

In terms of say a Generac or Kholer whole-house pad-mounted unit, how do they hold up to hurricanes? If they are not at least mounted high to avoid flooding then there's risk there.
Generac rates their unit's enclosure to winds of up to 150 mph. Flooding and falling trees are probably the biggest risks.
 
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