In case you haven’t noticed, the days are getting shorter, and the nights are getting colder. And it’s going to get worse before it gets better. It’s time to prepare your home for the harsh winter weather ahead.
There are three reasons to winterize your home: 1) It will keep your family nice and cozy no matter how cold it is outside. 2) If there’s a power outage, it will be a lot easier to keep your family warm. 3) It will save you a ton of money. Here are 15 clever ways to winterize your home and lower your heating bill……..”
“It’s wintertime and the power goes out. If you’re like most of us, you’re not all that worried – you trust that the power will come back on soon. But when 12 hours goes by and you still don’t have any electricity, you start getting concerned. It might be days before the power comes back on.
For many of us, the quick solution is to turn to wood. Heating with wood is historically the most common means of keeping your home warm. Throughout the centuries, people used wood to warm everything from tents to palaces. It has withstood the test of time quite effectively, providing warmth for millions of people. That makes it a survivalist’s number one choice for a back up way to heat your home.
But it takes a lot of wood to keep your home warm. In a long-term crisis situation, you might run out of wood before the power comes back on. Or, perhaps your wood-burning stove is unusable. Whatever the case, you’re going to need another alternate way to heat your home. Here’s a few to consider:……….”