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Homeowners: Prepare for Hurricane Season with Backup Power

As National Hurricane Preparedness Month comes to a close, it’s important to remind homeowners to consider their backup power options in the event of extended power outages. The loss of power is a common side effect of hurricanes, leaving millions without power for days, even weeks after a storm. Lengthy power outages can result in […]


[INFOGRAPHIC] The Cost of Power Outages in The U.S.

Power outages are more than just an inconvenience. Each year, weather-related power outages cost American households anywhere from $25 to $75 billion. With an aging electrical grid, those numbers aren’t slowing down. These outages have doubled since 2003, which means homeowners are seeking power solutions now more than ever. When considering the cost of a […]


Lt. Gen. Russel L. Honoré Provides Tips on Staying Safe During Severe Weather

Severe fall and winter storms—whether late season hurricanes like Sandy, or blizzards and ice storms that can knock down power lines and trees– can provide a real challenge to families. Everyone needs to be prepared for a severe weather event by having critical supplies on hand (non-perishable food, potable water, flashlights, blankets, etc.) and access […]