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  • 7 Ways To Prepare For A Hurricane Power Outage
    October 13, 2021 Emergency Zone

    7 Ways To Prepare For A Hurricane Power Outage

    Combine the fury and force of a hurricane with a power grid in serious need of an upgrade and you can expect to lose power. The problem with a power outage from hurricanes is the uncertainty of how long power...

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  • How to Prepare For a Hurricane or Tropical Storm
    June 10, 2020 Emergency Zone

    How to Prepare For a Hurricane or Tropical Storm

    Guest Writer: Rocio Espinoza In terms of property damage, floods by way of hurricanes and tropical storms are the most common forms of natural disasters in the United States. Floods can occur via torrential rains, rising water from rivers or...

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  • May 21, 2019 Emergency Zone

    Do You Have The Complete Emergency Preparedness Supply List?

    Are you overwhelmed by everything you need to do to prepare for a natural or man-made disaster? Everyone is at first! That's why we're sharing a simple to use checklist of everything you will need when #SHTF. We followed the recommended supply list from FEMA and turned it into a free, easy to follow checklist. The list covers the essentials and suggested items to have at home, at work, and at...
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  • May 10, 2019 Emergency Zone

    18 Things You Need In Your Pet Emergency Survival Kit

    image of Husky breed dog wearing shirt and backpack
    When we’re making plans for worst case scenarios, we plan for ourselves and our human family members to ensure our safety. But what about our pets? If you’re like millions of Americans, you probably have a pet dog or cat (or several pets if you’re lucky). The bond you have with your pet is special and unique. No two pet/owner relationships are the same, just like no two human friendships are the...
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  • August 25, 2017 Emergency Zone

    What to Know About Hurricane Harvey

    By: Todd Norman, Emergency Zone

    It's Hurricane season, and Hurricanes are not an uncommon threat along the coasts. It is more rare for a hurricane to actually make landfall. The average of is 1.73 a year over the past 165 years.

    On occasion though there are hurricanes that can leave a more lasting impression. Some of us may recall Hurricane Katrina, which devastated Louisiana; and then Hurricane...
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  • July 14, 2015 Emergency Zone

    3 Tools for Surviving After a Hurricane Has Hit

    Do you know how to survive a hurricane? The bigger question is: do you know how to survive after the hurricane has destroyed your home? You will find great websites about how to prepare for hurricanes, but the following 4 items don't make it on most people's lists. They are tools that help with surviving after a hurricane has hit. When the hurricane passes and has left you without a working home...
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  • June 17, 2015 Emergency Zone

    What You Need To Know About Hurricanes

    Palm Trees Being Blown by Hurricane
    To Be Fully Prepared, One Must Have Knowledge
    “If you know the enemy and know yourself, you need not fear the result of a hundred battles. If you know yourself but not the enemy, for every victory gained you will also suffer a defeat. If you know neither the enemy nor yourself, you will succumb in every battle.”(Sun Tzu) Knowing more about hurricanes is important because they are, in a sense, our...
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