AC WORKS® Connector — Power Distribution

How to Plan your Home's Emergency Power System

Posted by Stephanie Junek on

When the power goes out in an emergency it is important to be prepared.  You never know when you will need emergency power so you should have your plan in place before the power goes out.  When trying to prepare your plan there are a few things to think about.  What will you be using to power your home?  What items in your home will need to be powered?  Are there any details you have not thought of, like time of year? Before you decide which route to go for obtaining power you should decide what household items are desirable...

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