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Besides using gas heaters instead of electric ones and stocking up on warm blankets, here are some useful tips on how to survive a power outage during winter: Alarm systems, garage doors and electric gates generally rely on electricity. Ensure that these items all have good back-up batteries. Keep your cell phone charged and handy. It’s also a good idea to invest in external power-banks. Use LED globes with a rechargeable battery backup, so you need only to connect the rechargeable battery to the LED globe to produce light.... (Read More)

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