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According to a recent study, just four percent of surveyed homeowners selected heat as the household item they would miss the most during a power outage, compared to more than … Continue reading
According to Wikipedia Alternative Energy is an “umbrella” term that refers to any source of usable energy intended to replace fuel sources without the undesired consequences of the replaced fuels. … Continue reading
Just before and immediately after you’ve experienced a disaster, emergency help is most likely on their way to you. How long will it take? Depends on accessibility to the stricken … Continue reading
The technology in today’s home standby generators is downright amazing. Smaller units doing the same job where larger generators were once required… All thanks to load management technology. Most all the major … Continue reading
Portable generators are usually marketed for specific purposes. For job sites and industrial uses where the generator will be used daily for long periods at a time and for occasional … Continue reading
The time a refrigerator will stay cold when power is lost depends on the brand and how good the seals keep the cold inside. Time can vary from 2-6 hours … Continue reading
There are several very good reasons to have back up power at your residence or business. One of these reasons is to help prevent mold. According to the CDC (Centers … Continue reading
As published by USA Today, a “Fierce Hurricane Season” is being predicted. The article written by Doyle Rice reiterates earlier reports that the 2010 Hurricane Season is expected to be … Continue reading
Wednesday, April 7, 2010 the Colorado State University’s Department of Atmospheric Science released their forecast prediction for the 2010 Atlantic Seasonal Hurricane Season. According to the findings we should expect … Continue reading