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How to Keep Food Safe When the Power Goes Out

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Power outages are a major risk with any emergency situation. For those living in high risk hurricane areas, preparation for blackouts is critical as these storms bring high winds and possible flash flooding. There are many ways you can prepare for a power outage.  One critical aspect of preparation is food and water, and how … Read more

6 Easy Disaster Preparedness Tips You Can Really Do

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In the event of a disaster, having a preparedness plan is a critical element in helping you and your loved ones out of danger and to a secure, safe place. While Doomsday Preppers might be an entertaining and informative show to watch, the average person’s disaster preparedness plans don’t include building a bunker or eating … Read more

6 Benefits of Commercial Solar

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If you’re a business owner, adding solar to your business might seem like a risky move in today’s market. However, thousands of smart business owners have discovered that commercial solar systems are a great asset to their businesses. Solar isn’t just for the Fortune 500 companies anymore. Businesses of all sizes are benefiting from the financial rewards … Read more

Guide to Going Solar: Avoiding solar energy ripoffs

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Shopping for a solar energy system can be an exciting time. However, as with any investment, you need to be careful who you deal with. Unfortunately, the solar energy industry is one that attracts salespeople and companies that appear to have no other motive than chasing your money. Over the years, we’ve heard of countless experiences … Read more

The Ultimate Energy Saving Guide – Preparing To Go Solar

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There is no secret that the biggest reason to go solar is to reduce or even completely eliminate your electric bill. On average, a monthly electric bill of $100 becomes a$1,200 yearly expense. Over 20 years, that same $100 monthly bill adds up to $24,000 paid to your utility company, and that’s before factoring in the … Read more