Spring might be a time that symbolizes refreshment and rebirth, however, there are more than a few obstacles that nature might put us through during this time of transition.
As Spring showers give way to flowers, natural disasters and emergencies commonly occur in the form of floods, storms, damaging winds, and other severe conditions.
Below, Generark goes over a few ways to prepare for the Spring season and the many curveballs it might throw at you.
1.) Anticipate the Worst
When it comes to adverse weather conditions and natural disasters, it’s always best to prepare for the worst. You can do this by collecting a decent food reserve, not to mention having a backup source of power. Generark’sHomePower ONE is the perfect product that provides all-inclusive protection as a reliable and renewable emergency power supply for your devices, appliances, and even medical equipment – for up to 7 days.
2.) Make a Plan for Your Household
One thing about emergencies and natural disasters is that they have a way of taking place at less than convenient times. Having a plan in place that you and your family are well-versed in will help you avoid getting caught off-guard by things like power outages, floods, earthquakes, tornados, and many other adverse events.
Making sure that everyone in your household knows what to do when it comes to all possible scenarios will ensure that your emergency operation goes off without a hitch and puts you in the best possible position to get through trying times with the least amount of discomfort possible.
3.) Build Emergency Kits
One way to save precious time during any emergency is to have emergency kits at the ready, this way you don’t have to grab a bunch of items around the house if an emergency situation arises.
Emergency kits might include flashlights, water, first aid materials, candles, matches, moist towelettes, antibacterial products, a backup cell phone with battery/charger, raincoats, batteries, non-perishable food items, and other such things. Make sure your emergency kits are stored in places where everyone in the household has easy access.
4.) Know When it’s Time to Evacuate
Depending on the natural disaster and how close it hits to your home, you might have to evacuate your home, which probably represents the worst-case scenario. Make sure to have an evacuation plan in place, which might cover how to get out of the house during an emergency but will also address what items of importance need to be taken with you.
It’s a good idea to have sleeping bags, a portable solar generator, food and water, and any crucial devices you need to stay comfortable, healthy, and connected. Making sure that these emergency items are stored in a place with easy access for everyone will ensure you respond accordingly during an emergency, rather than shuffling around trying to pull together all of your essentials at the time of occurrence.
5.) Don’t Forget Your Generark
Having a reliable and renewable source of emergency power like Generark turns everyday people into heroes during a variety of emergency situations and natural disasters no matter what time of year you’re heading into.
With products like HomePower ONE andHomePower 2, Generark helps entire families obtain emergency power for appliances, medical equipment, and devices for up to 7 days on a single charge.
Our products come with a 5-year warranty and all of our products go through 52 safety and reliability tests. You can count on your Generark to power you through emergencies and off-the-grid living year-round.
About Generark: Generark is the most reliable source of emergency backup power for your home and community. From theHomePower ONE power station providing portable access to electricity, to theSolarPower ONE as a source for recharging, never be disconnected from what matters most to you. Choose the size ofSolar Generator perfect for you and your family. Learn more about how Generark and its industry-leading 5-year limited warranty can bring protection and security to your family on ourwebsite. Never face a power outage alone with a backup battery generator and solar panel from Generark.