Everyday Disaster Preparedness: 30 Simple Quick Fixes and Tips To Disaster-Proof Your Home and Business.

There are two types of people in the world – those able to fix whatever goes bust, and those who beg the first group for help when something goes wrong. This easy-to-follow guide will give you the basics to tackle those frustrating quandaries that crop up around the house.

Once disaster strikes, there is very little time to prepare as you’re forced to react to the situation; life is abruptly dumped in your lap. The best way to deal with such unpredictable scenarios is to simply prepare for whatever the weather may throw your way.

There isn’t a person on earth who hasn’t experienced or witnessed a disaster. When’s the best time for disaster preparedness? Before a disaster strikes! We have listed 30 tips for establishing your own disaster recovery plan.

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How To Carry Drywall

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Problem: You’re refinishing your attic all by yourself, which means you get to wrestle with those dozen sheets of drywall.

The Quick Fix: It’s not the weight, it’s the unwieldy nature of drywall sheets that makes them such a bear to move around. Carry a sheet with ease and control by tucking it under your arm and using a pry bar to grab the bottom edge.

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5 thoughts on “Everyday Disaster Preparedness: 30 Simple Quick Fixes and Tips To Disaster-Proof Your Home and Business.

  • July 10, 2015 at 7:45 am
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    I love this site but didn’t look at all the ideas here. Way too many page changes and waiting for them to load. Too bad…….

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  • July 11, 2015 at 8:03 am
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    One more great item for the “EMERGENCY KIT” is a way to cook food: charcoal and a way to light it; or a gas grill with a full tank. I cooked on the grill during a 3-day power outage with hurricane IKE a while back. Also had a bathtub full of water so I could flush my toilet!

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