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  1. Severe storms are one of the more common reasons why you may lose electrical power in your home, but other factors can also create this problem. Many electrical service providers will restore electricity within hours, but there may be other instances when you are without electrical power for days. Keep in mind that your ability to control your home’s climate, to keep your refrigerated foods fresh and more are eliminated when you have no electrical power in your home. If you want to be fully prepared for this type of situation, consider some of these alternative ways to power your home. An Underground Propane Tank While you may use electrical power for many purposes, you may use gas fuel for cooking, heat, and even electricity if you have the right system. This could help you to meet many of your needs for energy. You may still want to light candles to see around your house at night. However, this is an excellent way for you to reduce the inconvenience associated with a power outage. Propane is a clean-burning fuel and can be used in nearly any home. You can easily search for a service to install a tank by searching “underground tank installation in Kitsap” for your area to get started. Solar Panels Another energy option available is solar panels. You can install solar panels on your roof now, and your panels may produce energy for you on a daily basis. In fact, you may completely eliminate the need to draw energy from the public energy supply. When your friends and neighbors experience a power outage, your home could still be well-lit. In fact, solar energy panels may provide you electricity to power your lights, appliances, HVAC system and more. Wind and Solar Power Generators You can also create a backup energy plan by using a power generator. Some generators use propane or other types of fuel, but some eco-friendly options derive power from solar or wind generators. You can explore the many power generator options available to select one that may be most suitable for the environment where you live. Remember that solar panels for a generator may not provide energy at night, but solar panels on your roof may store power that can be used throughout the night. At first glance, a power outage is simply a minor inconvenience. However, when a power outage extends for hours or even days, you may face issues with rotting food in your fridge, uncomfortable or even dangerous temperatures in your home and more. Many people will experience at least short power outages several times per year, and more significant outages can also occur periodically. By exploring some of these alternative sources of energy and calling companies like Kitsap Propane to assist in implementing them today, you can be prepared for any future power outages.