There are many reasons why you might experience a power outage in the winter, from heavily iced lines to frantic squirrels and rodents running about looking to stay warm. Either way, you must know what to do and be prepared to handle a power failure! An outage any time of the year isn't nearly as dangerous as it is during the winter. While you might experience the loss of some refrigerated or frozen foods any other time of year, the wintertime presents you with another problem: staying warm.
Being prepared before actually losing power can go a long way in helping you manage a winter power outage. Here are a few tips on what to do to be ready if and when the time comes.
For more information on how to properly manage a power outage and prevent them from meddling critters, be sure to prepare now and contact us before being left in the dark.