While power outages are most common (and most dangerous) in the winter, they can happen any time. In fact, many areas of the country are prone to power outages in the spring when severe weather stakes its toll on the power grid. Read on to learn five easy ways to prepare for a power outage.
How to Prepare for a Power Outage
No matter what time of year it is, power outages are always an inconvenience. And if you’re not prepared, they can be deadly.
Fortunately, preparing for a power outage is not difficult. You likely have many of the supplies you need in your house already; it’s just a matter of putting them all in one place where they’ll be easy to find and reach in the dark.
It’s also important to make sure you have enough supplies to last you whole family at least 72 hours, in case an extended power outage occurs. To learn more, check out the article below, and be sure to share your own power outage preparedness tips with us in the comments.
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