Thursday, January 19, 2017

Emergency Preparedness Tip

My Emergency Preparedness tip of the month:

This is a time of the year when our homes are decorated for the holidays and the smell of pies baking in the oven is deliciously roaming through the house. Yes we are all busy enjoying our families and cooking great meals,… but what would happen if all of sudden your furnaces shuts off.  What are you going to do to keep your family warm and the cold weather has reached its lowest temperatures?

A broken furnace is not easy to fix unless you call a professional and sometimes it may take hours or day to fix it. The saddest thing is when you find a company that can check it and after inspecting it they give you the bad news that you need a new one and i
t sure is a frightening moment especially when we have little ones we need to keep warm. 

This happens to so many people around the Winter months and because its so cold outside, for your kids sake you end up getting a new furnace without hesitation. So what happens is that you end up paying for an expensive furnace because you cannot shop around for a better deal. Its very hard for you and it happens all the time. 

This month I am sharing with everyone an easy and inexpensive way to heat up your home and stay warm if this or any other emergency like this occur.
 I ask that everyone take just 10 minutes of your time to see this video and I also ask that all of you may go out and buy these items just in case your furnace goes out. Also this small pocket expense can be used now to help you all cut down your heating bills throughout these Winter months. Its easy and cost effective for all of us to stay warm. Just put one of these warming pots in every room in your house, it works and it’s a great idea.
Candle Powered Heater DIY Space Heater. Clay/Terracotta pots absorb the thermal energy of the candles and convert it into radiant space heat. Reaches tempera...

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