Prepper’s Guide to Survival Off the Grid: How to PREPARE YOUR HOME FOR A GRID DOWN CRISIS with the Best Strategies for Home-Defense, Energy Self-Sufficiency, Survival Medicine, Stockpiling, Canning.. by Ryan G. Tucker
English | 2022 | ISBN: N/A | ASIN: B0BNXKY3NT | 180 pages | MOBI | 1.13 Mb
Change is upon us. The scenarios that lie ahead could challenge our comfort zone: energy crisis, global pandemics, climate change, wars, growing disorders…could trigger a major economic and social short-circuit.
Unfortunately, the possibility of an energy blackout is more and more likely.
What should be done if the power grid fails?
Without electricity, there is not only a shortage of light: there is no heating, no telephone line, and after a while, there is not even any water coming out of home taps. If, even for just one day, there was a power failure in an entire city, there would be no means of information, no telephones, no traffic lights, no elevators, no trains, no offices able to function. Once on the street, we would not find working ATMs, supermarkets would have to close, and many of us would not know how to cook or get food.
In scenarios like this, the home should be the perfect place to shelter and keep loved ones safe, but it is necessary to know how to best get prepared if the comforts we are used to and take for granted become unavailable.
What could we do? Would we have the tools to defend ourselves? Would we have a contingency plan? Would we have resources to respond? Would we have a chance to survive?
We need to be able to know how to answer all these questions right now in order to be best prepared to deal with all these situations when and if they occur.
Find out what’s inside:
◆ The skills to make your home and lifestyle more self-sufficient and resilient even in the worst-case scenario
◆ The six key areas for creating a self-sufficient home in a grid-down situation
◆ How to set up alternative energy production systems
◆ Water storage and purification methods, alternative water sources for the home
◆ Heating, cooling and lighting when there is a power failure
◆ Cooking options when the grid is down
◆ Emergency preparedness checklist
Your home should always be your safety space, not only under the best conditions but also, and especially, under the worst ones.
Preparedness is no longer just for preppers; every family should be fully equipped to make their home a safe place even in case of the unexpected.
Learn the skills you need now to be better prepared for tomorrow’s emergencies!
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