Sunday, December 10, 2017

How to Save on Emergency Supplies

About two-thirds of U.S. residents live in areas where the natural disaster risk level is rated moderate to very high.

Most of Us Are Not Prepared for an Emergency – WHY?

Why don’t we stay ready, just in case the power goes out, the water doesn’t flow from the tap, or the grocery store has to close for a few days?  It’s a perplexing question.

We know disasters happen. We know we’re susceptible. Yet most of us are sorely unprepared.

And if we examine the usual answers to why that is, they all fail in the light of reason:

  1.          I don’t know how to prepare
  2.          We just don’t have time to figure it out
  3.          It hasn’t happened yet, so why worry about it?
  4.          I don’t have the money to get everything I need
  5.          Public services can handle any problem

According to data from the United States Census Bureau’s American Housing Survey only about one-third of American households have developed a communication plan and agreed on an emergency meeting location.

In this emergency preparedness guide, we’ll talk about the preparations you should make and suggest ways to check each item off with a minimum of expense and hassle.

To read the Preparedness guide, click HERE.

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