Category Archives: Electricity

Top 10 Jerry-Rigged Projects for Preppers

Jerry-Rigged

In the US these days more in the rural areas we see things that we may think of as Jerry- rigging(also Jury-rigging).  Most of the time we just scoff at some of the ridiculous things that are done, but work.  Probably one of the most notable “Jerry-riggers” we think about is someone who didn’t even

The Perfect Prepper Home

I apologize to my readers that I have not gotten out an article in a while.  I have been with busy with home projects as my wife and I just bought our first home two weeks ago.  As this is right now taking most of my time I thought a post about what a prepper

5 Steps for Food if Your Fridge Goes Out

Hollywood has done a great job of bringing attention to survival training. With movies about doomsday and zombies attacking, learning how to be prepared to cope with any disaster has become mainstream. There has been a definite spike in interest of survival prepping as well as urban preparedness.   One of the things you must

How to Make a Survival Candle!

So you want to make a candle for TEOTWAWKI.  There are a lot of benefits to having lots of candles in a survival situation.  For one, they can help provide heat, even if its a small amount and 2 they provide instant light if electricity goes out.  You can make candles out of various items

Why should you have a Survival Generator

One of the most important items in your survival storage will be your survival generator.  The reason a survival generator is so important is that it is so versatile.  Although TEOTWAWKI may never come in our lifetime, there are many other practical reasons to have a generator. First of all, what is a survival generator?

Alternative Energy Sources – What Can the Elements Do For You?

Wind turbines

Why would anybody need alternative energy sources?  You are probably thinking, “I have electricity coming from the wall socket and it works just fine”.  Well there are a couple reasons you should have some type of backup energy source.  Think about this:  as we all know, the power at your home can and will go