The world seems to be getting a little scarier with each passing day. There has never been a time when it has seemed more important to prep your home for a doomsday scenario. If you want to protect your family, you need to plan ahead to be prepared. Follow these six tips to get your home ready in the worst-case scenario of a doomsday event.
The most important step in doomsday prepping is to stockpile the proper amount of food. You should have at least three weeks of food stored in case of emergency. If you want to really have your home prepared, you should try to store at least a year’s worth of canned and dried goods to keep your family fed during a doomsday event.
Plenty of Batteries
Power will be one of the most important things to have in the event of a doomsday scenario. If you want to keep your electric devices functioning, you should have plenty of batteries stored. Make sure to get all kinds of batteries to ensure that you can power any type of device that you need to use.
Water is another crucial element for doomsday preppers to stockpile. A general rule of thumb is to store three gallons of water for every person to use for every day you expect to need it. Make sure to store this water in a cool, dark place to help keep it fresh.
Make sure to store the odds and ends that will come in handy to handle any emergency scenario. This includes things like duct tape, high quality PTFE tubing, zip ties, flashlights, paper and tools. These odds and end will come in handy when you are faced with a doomsday scenario.
Having some plywood around is always a good thing for doomsday preppers. Whether you are faced with a hurricane or bands of looters, boarding up your windows with plywood will help to secure your home during an emergency.
Guns and Ammo
Having an arms stockpile can be the difference between life and death during a disaster or other doomsday event. Make sure everyone in your family knows how to safely handle a firearm in case of emergency.
If you follow these six tips, it will give you great peace of mind. It is always best to be prepared for anything, and in this day and age that unfortunately includes being prepared for doomsday.
Kandace Heller, from Orlando, Florida, has been working as a freelance writer since her graduation from the University of Florida. In her free time, Kandace enjoys reading and visiting the beach.