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Storm and Emergency Supplies

Surviving Storms, Blackouts, and Emergency
 
Severe weather or other forces can knock out power and other utilities for a few hours or a few days. No matter where you live, an extended power outage can make your life very difficult. Prepare your family and your household for blackouts. It is not difficult or expensive to be prepared, and it will allow your family to cope and be a little more comfortable.

During an emergency, three primary survival needs must be met – safe water, food, and light. Additionally, warmth, fresh air flow, or other comfort or shelter needs may be required.

Following are some tips to help you get prepared for such emergencies, along with a few product recommendations and ideas from StormPrepare:

  • Be prepared. Please don’t wait until a storm is approaching or has already struck. If the power outage and local damage is widespread, supplies will be quickly exhausted at area stores. Emergency preparedness experts advise that a home should be prepared to be self-sufficient for at least three to seven days.
  • Check the batteries. Have two extra sets of batteries on hand for each flashlight, fluorescent lantern, radio and other essential battery-powered equipment. Store the batteries with the products, but not inside them.

RAYOVAC D CELL ALKALINE BATTERY 12 PACK
  • Have plenty of Battery powered Lamps on hand. The family feels so much better when there is plenty of light at night. Today, there are some great, powerful, battery lamps available to make you feel as if there are no problems. Keep a good battery lantern on hand for every living space of your home. And keep a few LED and windup Flashlights available and ready for action.

Radio FlashlightClassic Family Lantern

  • Don’t forget the cooking stove. Camp Stoves and Grills provide a perfect cooking alternative when home electric or gas stoves are inoperable. A propane powered two-burner camp stove and grill is a compact, portable and convenient means to provide hot meals and hot drinks for as many days as necessary. Don't forget to stock up on standard 16 oz. propane gas cylinders. Please remember to NEVER operate propane gas stoves indoors.

Propane Stove and Grill
  • Safe water for drinking and cooking is essential. Maintain adequate quantities of bottled water, or acquire safe tap water and store it temporarily in 5 gallon water containers when severe weather warnings are issued. Municipal water supplies can become tainted quickly in the wake of certain storms. Follow any recommended boiling procedures once the stored supplies are exhausted.

5 Gallon Water Container with spigot

  • Check your food supply. Always have on hand at least a three-day supply of canned goods and other non-perishables for each person and pet. Fresh and frozen foods can spoil quickly when the electricity goes out, so transfer meats and other perishables into insulated coolers. Consider a 12V thermoelectric cooler that can run from your car cigarette lighter and never needs ice. Try to eat all the perishable items first to avoid spoilage.

THERMOELECTRIC COOLER
  • Most importantly, stay safe. After severe weather, there is usually structural damage, and possibly downed power lines in the area. Let the proper authorities be the first to check out the area. Stay off the roads if possible, because traffic lights may be inoperable. Do not drive unless it is an emergency.

Hurricane supplies are available from Storm Prepare to help you get ready for the storm.

 
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