Severe Weather: Are You Prepared?
Having a Honeywell Home Generator for your emergency backup power is only one important way to prepare for severe weather or other events that threaten utility power. An emergency backup generator will keep the lights on and the freezer cold, but there are other things to think about before the severe weather hits.
Stay informed with this severe weather tracker, and prepare by checking off items from the following checklist of emergency necessities. Store loose items in sturdy, easy-to-carry containers, and keep them together in an easily accessible place.
- 3-day supply of bottled water (1 gallon per person per day) and canned goods
- First Aid kit with prescription medications
- Extra generator fuel and extension cords
- Non-electrical can opener
- Weather radio/portable radio
- Alternative transportation
- Emergency telephone numbers
This list is for introductory purposes only; you should customize your own Family Disaster Plan. For more information, visit the National Weather Service and FEMA preparedness sites. And be sure to protect your family and home with an emergency backup generator from Honeywell.