A generator is a powerful tool and can be used in many situations as a compact and efficient source of electricity. Some of the many different reasons people choose to use a generator are for natural disasters causing the need for emergency power, industrial or job site power, camping and temporary power, concerts, and other outdoor events and powering food trucks.
After a tornado strikes in your area, you must be very cautious about what is going on in or outside your home and even in your neighborhood. As we previously learned in our blog post about preparing for a tornado once you emerge from your safe place you should check your home.
When you live in an area where it is common to have strong storms blow through and knock out your power regularly, you may want to consider installing a Transfer Switch, Emergency Power System. You can use this system to hard wire your generator, allowing it to back up the power in your home, when there is an outage.
Do you and your family know what to do in the event of a tornado or tornado warning? It is important to plan, in advance, when and how you will take shelter in your home with the entire family. Do you have an NOAA weather radio in the event of severe weather while your sleeping?
Happy Father’s Day dad! Don’t forget to show the dad in your life how appreciated he is and celebrate all he does for your family. If you are having a problem figuring out what to buy, check out our Father's Day gift buying guide.