Jackery Explorer 1000, 1002Wh & rating 1000W portable power station is Jackery's biggest Explorer, a solar generator with MPPT built-in and 3 AC outlets.
True-these are terrific and I have a lot of friends that have these but with the modern age a pure sine wave generator(closest to the what is available in your home)is what I need as I already have a decent generac .A small Honda gen will run about 8 hrs on a small tank of gas , you can't beat them . If your going to try and run the whole house get a generator large enough to run the whole house and tie it in . Charging a fridge or freezer takes about 30 mn. + or - twice a day , the small Honda or equivalent brand can do that , then run your lights , T.V , microwave ect , ect , just not all at once . Small enough to take camping , boating , will run a portable AC , all small power tools .
I was also thinking of getting a lps/propane /electric freezer and fridge(they would run on electric of course for daily use) for the garage but the units look smaller than I would like and are used in rvs and cabins.But a grill gas tank will likely run both for 4 days in the summer or one for each and go about 8 days.you might consider getting a freezer fridge combo too as it would take frozen meat several days to thaw and keep the fish/veggies in the upper freezer section...the last thing I will be doing is going to the store in an emergency. got a zillion led puck lights .so dont need to worry about powering bulb that tap the generators.Years ago, when I bought my generator, the price of the meat in my freezer was higher than the price of the gasoline it would cost to run the generator for 2 days. Then the price of gasoline went up and I figured it wasn't worth running the generator to save the meat. Being able to run at least one refrigerator and a room air conditioner does keep things livable in the summer heat though.