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Emergency Kits

  1. When Rare Disasters Strike Annually

    When Rare Disasters Strike Annually
    When people make the decision to move into a home in a new location, one of the largest factors that will go into such a decision is whether the area gets hit with a lot of natural disasters every year. Up until recently, most people thought of Houston and its surrounding areas as somewhere that has never had to deal...
  2. Easy Ways to Make Your 72-Hour Kit Fun

    Easy Ways to Make Your 72-Hour Kit Fun
    There are a few people who might actually enjoy preparing an emergency kit, but we know those people are rare. Finishing up your kit is a satisfying feeling, and so is the peace of mind that comes with knowing you are prepared in the event of a disaster or other emergency. But most people probably look at creating an emergency...
  3. Essentials for Your Car Emergency Kit

    Essentials for Your Car Emergency Kit
    It’s never too soon to start building your emergency kit for your car or reviewing the one you have now, regardless of the time of year or where you’re located. Preparing yourself for a roadside emergency requires a different approach than building a survival kit for your home or office. You have to include different items not needed for home...
  4. How to Store and Organize Your Home Emergency Supplies

    How to Store and Organize Your Home Emergency Supplies
    If you’re reading our blog content, you obviously understand the importance of keeping an emergency supply kit in your home, vehicle and workplace. A natural disaster or another type of emergency can happen at any time, so you know that you can never be too careful. But how do you organize, take inventory of and store your emergency supplies at...
  5. How to Budget for an Emergency

    How to Budget for an Emergency
    An unfortunate economic reality nowadays, is that most Americans don’t have all that much in their savings - should some kind of catastrophic event or emergency occur. The good news is that budgeting for an emergency doesn’t have to break the bank, and you can make it fit with your own personal household income and needs. There are many different...

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