Be Prepared for Storm Season with Generac
Weather preparedness is more relevant and important for homeowners as spring and summer weather conditions can quickly turn dangerous. Developing a plan at home for adverse weather conditions is necessary to ensure you keep your family and those important to you safe. At Generac, we can provide a few helpful tips to ensure you are prepared for the upcoming storm season.
- Stay informed: Check weather updates through your local news, weather apps and social media accounts of reliable sources.
- Have a plan: Devise a plan for your household for an emergency and dedicate a meeting spot in case of a power outage.
- Stock up on supplies:Ensure you have adequate supplies of food, water and necessities to last you multiple days. It is also a good idea to keep a first aid kit, flashlights, spare batteries, and a portable radio on hand.
- Secure your home: Safely tidy up your outdoor belongs before it is too late to risk damage to your property and neighbors.
- Prepare for outages: Ensure you have a source for backup power, such as a Generac generator for keeping your family safe and necessities powered when you need them most. This will assist with ensuring your phone and other devices are powered up during this stressful time.
- Stay Indoors: If a strong storm is near, continue to monitor it while staying clear of windows and moving to the lowest floor possible.
- Follow Instruction from Local Authorities: We encourage you to follow instructions from local authorities to remain as safe as possible.
Generac is prepared to provide homeowners peace of mind through backup power and energy solutions during the upcoming storm season. We have recently made positive gains with our channel partners to deliver a stock of products for the homeowner so they have power when they need it most. To learn more about Generac products visit our website today.
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