For many Texans, preparing for the unexpected is part and parcel of living in the state they love. Hurricanes, flooding rains, strong summer storms, extreme heat, and drought aren’t uncommon. Increasingly, however, residents in the nation’s second-largest state must also prepare for unexpected power outages and crippling bouts of freezing rain and ice. Last February, a blast of Arctic cold […]Read More
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With spring in full swing in Texas and hot weather only a month away, it is still difficult for residents there to forget just how challenging the winter of 2021 was. In February, temperatures dipped into single digits, while back-to-back snow and ice storms crippled a large swath of America. In Texas, the Arctic cold left a trail of sleet, […]Read More
Not too long ago, where you lived reliably dictated when and what type of weather conditions you should be aware of and prepared for. If you lived in the Midwest, from late spring into the early summer months, you could expect severe thunderstorms to roll in from the west, bringing lightning, rain, and too often, tornadoes. Chances are good that […]Read More
It’s the holiday season and with so much hustle and bustle the thought of a potential power outage is the last thing on our minds. But the reality is, winter weather brings with it the potential for lost power. While your home may be full of warm, twinkling lights today, you could be in the dark in an instant. That’s […]Read More
Winter weather is quickly approaching; one day it’s mild temperatures and sunny and the next it’s ice covered roads and power outages. Don’t get caught in the cold this winter, get your power generator before storms hit. Surviving a blizzard or winter storm without power requires a lot prep work. Making sure you have enough wood for a fireplace, stocking […]Read More
Having a whole-home generator installed is a great way to prepare for winter weather – You won’t need to scramble for flash lights, heating your home won’t be an issue, and you won’t need to worry about the food in your refrigerator going bad. However, there are external factors that could affect you, with or without a generator. Cable, internet, […]Read More