Understanding the signs and being proactive about taking care of your home will help reduce your risk. Check out these tips.
While you can’t stop the water from rising, you can help minimize the damage of the water by being prepared. The following are fifteen secrets for protecting your home a flood.
Keep candles handy; use them to decorate your home if at all possible. They look good and when the lights go out you can ease the tension room by room lighting one decorative display at a time.
Emergency food and water are the basic supplies needed to survive any emergency and as a general rule most preparedness experts recommend a 3 days supply of emergency food and water.
What would your life be like if you were to be without power at your home for a week, two weeks, a month, 6 months? Join us as we discuss why this might happen, and how to go about starting down the road of getting prepared.
How to survive power outages using a copper reflux still.
When the weather is nice, a day hike can turn into hours of meandering along trails. It’s easy to run out of water. I’ve even forgotten to repack my water bottle after taking a break. Streams and ponds may be everywhere, but don’t be tempted. You have no idea if that water is safe to drink. Potable water is available if you know what to look for.
Your power can go out without notice, so make sure you’re prepared the next time you’re left in the dark.