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Safely Shut Down
Don’t leave it all to chance. During a storm, a sudden power surge can very easily lead to damaged equipment. For peace of mind, give yourself time to safely shut down all equipment by delivering continued power to each. Plan ahead and protect cable modems, networking equipment, TVs and more from the unexpected.
Keep your flashlights, portable radios and even your kids' handheld gaming platforms powered with extra batteries. You can ensure that you have light and entertainment during bad winter weather. Make sure you have AA, AAA and 9-volt batteries on hand to power all your devices.
Keep a Kit Handy
Help give yourself peace of mind by picking up a pre-packed emergency preparedness kit before bad weather or natural disaster hits. These kits are easy to identify even if the lights go out, and you can grab them for the road if needed.
A Long, Cool Drink
You're prepared for frozen pipes or any other calamity when you have a good supply of water, soda and juice on hand. Pick up some flavorful alternatives to water to give your family a little variety.
Ready To Eat Meals
Even if the power's out and the gas lines are down, you still need to eat and feed your household. With ready-to-eat meals on hand, all that you’ll be missing to get through a winter storm is a spoon.
Practical Help for the Storm
Any engineer knows that there’s a whole world of things that can be fixed temporarily with a roll of duct tape. Add a pair of scissors to the mix to make sure you can cut the tape, then pick up some zippered plastic bags to handle everything from leftover food to dirty diapers.
Shine a Light on It
Keep your emergency flashlight where you can find it when the power goes out, and add an additional one to the glove compartment of your car. A headlight gives you hands-free light when you’re busy or your hands are full.
Protection Against the Weather
These plastic bins are made to be weather-resistant to help stand up to moisture, snow or mud. Pick bins with lids that snap on tightly for extra reassurance during bad weather.