During any major disaster, the power is sure to go out. So if you want to use your appliances and electronics, you’ll need a way to generate power.
With a good generator, you can run important appliances in your home like refrigerators, heaters, and air conditioners during power outages. The following guide will explain everything you need to know to choose a reliable generator.
Solar power is renewable, it’s everywhere, and most importantly, it works. In this article, we cover nine different products that harness solar energy.
Coffee can be the one staple that adds a sense of normalcy in hard times. In case the power goes out, you’ll need a way to feed your caffeine addiction. #urbansurvivalsite #coffee #offgrid #makecoffee #camping
This ultimate guide includes 13 ways to cook without power, 9 off-the-grid cooking tips, and 17 recommended items for cooking without power.
When the lights go out, the following things should be done in order to stretch resources, keep your family calm, and make the power outage more tolerable. #urbansurvivalsite #blackout #poweroutage #preparedness #survival
It’s possible to get a little bit of power from phone lines even when the power is out. Watch the video or read the tutorial to learn how.
Just as you should invest in supplies to keep your family warm in the winter, you should also invest in supplies to keep your family cool in the summer.
Too many preppers stockpile batteries, propane, and gasoline in ways that not only reduce their shelf life, but also pose major safety hazards.
This is really cool. Bugout Channel made a video tutorial explaining how to make a portable phone charger with just a few things. Watch it here.