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Supplies You Will Need In A Weather Emergency Or Power Outage

Supplies You Will Need In A Weather Emergency Or Power Outage

| September 17, 2018
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Hurricane Florence is in the news right now, and its remnants are on the way to Pennsylvania.  Our thoughts are with the hard hit areas in the Carolinas and we are hoping for a quick recovery in that region.  During times of disruption, it is important to review your emergency preparedness plans.  

The article below is provided by Everplans — The web's leading resource for planning and organizing your life. FIFS Capital Advisor Group is proud to offer our clients and friends complimentary access to Everplans.  To learn more about Everplans, click here.

A well-prepared home is a happy home.

"The weather reports aren’t looking good and now the storm is about to hit. The wind is howling, the rain is pouring, or the snow is piling. You’re nestled safely at home when the power goes out, the toilets won’t flush, and you’re cut off from the rest of the world.

It’s probably just temporary; if you're fortunate lives aren’t necessarily at stake, and before you know it things will be back to normal. Or perhaps not and you'll have to evacuate at some point, realizing your life is more valuable than your property. For that reason, we offer this helpful list of stuff that will most certainly come in handy."

To read the full article from Everplans, click here.

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