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10 Tips to prepare for freeze! Drinking water is one.

Are you prepared for the potential freeze next week? I am a glass half full person, but I like to be prepared.


Here are 10 tips to help you prepare for a freeze:

1. Insulate pipes: Insulate any exposed pipes in your home, especially those in unheated areas like basements, attics, and crawl spaces. This will help prevent them from freezing and bursting.

2. Seal gaps and cracks: Seal any gaps or cracks around windows, doors, and foundation to prevent cold air from entering your home. This will help maintain a warmer temperature indoors.

3. Keep your home warm: Set your thermostat to a consistent temperature, even when you're not at home. This will help prevent the temperature from dropping too low and causing pipes to freeze.

4. Disconnect and drain outdoor hoses: Before the freeze, disconnect and drain any outdoor hoses to prevent them from freezing and bursting. Store them indoors until the weather warms up.

5. Service your heating system: Have your heating system serviced before the freeze to ensure it's working properly. This will help keep your home warm and minimize the risk of any issues during the cold weather.

6. Stock up on supplies: Make sure you have enough supplies, such as food, water, batteries, and flashlights, in case of power outages or difficulty accessing stores during the freeze.

7. Protect plants and outdoor equipment: Cover sensitive plants or bring them indoors to protect them from freezing temperatures. If you have outdoor equipment, such as grills or lawn mowers, store them in a sheltered area or cover them properly.

8. Check your car: Ensure that your car is in good condition for winter driving. Check the tires, brakes, battery, and fluids. Keep an emergency kit in your car with essentials like a blanket, flashlight, and extra supplies.

9. Prepare for power outages: Have a backup plan for power outages. Consider having a generator or alternative heating source, such as a fireplace or portable heater, along with extra fuel or firewood.

10. Stay informed: Stay updated on weather forecasts and any advisories or warnings in your area. Follow local news and emergency management agencies for the latest information and instructions.

Remember, it's important to take these precautions to ensure your safety and minimize any potential damage during a freeze.


Stay safe, stay warm, supply up and if water is on your list stop by our location. It's goes thru 5 Stages of filtration, taste great and unbelievably great pricing for 5 Gallons of Water...$1.00 for 5 Gallons. BYOWJ.."Bring Your Own Water Jug" :-)


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