Losing power in the winter is never good – it’s absolutely important to stay warm! However, it’s also important to stay safe so here are a few ways you can plan to stay warm if the power does go out in the winter.
One way is a kerosene heater, but put it next to a slightly open window for ventilation. You can also pile all the blankets and warm-blooded creatures into one room to keep the temperature up – invite the dogs, too! Heating one room is easier than heating a whole house.
Be very careful with candles – they are a fire hazard and they don’t actually create that much heat. If that’s your only option click the link to see a DIY candle heater.
If all else fails, bundle up or find a warming center nearby!
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