5 Ways ReadyExperts Can Save You Time & Money

Written by The Ready Store

The ReadyExperts at The Ready Store are some of the most knowledgeable representatives in the industry. They can help you understand what you’ll need to prepare – and even what you don’t need.

Here are some ways that ReadyExperts can help you with your preparedness goals. Especially with your New Year’s resolutions on the horizon, it’s important to know where you can look for help. Here are some ways that ReadyExperts can help you.

Knowledge of What You Need
If you’re having difficulty knowing where to begin in your preparations, a ReadyExpert can be a great asset. They can help you know what type of events you need to prepare for in your area. Most importantly, they can help you know how to prepare against these disasters.

Call your ReadyExpertSave on Deals
Instead of surfing around the Internet, looking for a great deal, let the ReadyExpert find the great deals for you. When you call in, the ReadyExperts can let you know what great deals we have going on and what you can save. This saves you time and money.

Dependable
You can contact a ReadyExpert at almost any time. They are available Monday through Friday from 7am – 8pm MST. They’re even available on Saturdays from 9am – 4pm MST. So, instead of making a rushed call during your lunch break at work, call in when it’s convenient for you.

Price Match Guarantee
The ReadyExperts can also get you the best deal, industry-wide. Find the same product on sale anywhere else, and we’ll match the price. This will provide you peace of mind that you’re getting the best deal out there.

Product Understanding
We try to provide you with as much information as possible on our product pages. But many times, people have other questions regarding how much the water tank holds, how many cookies they can make with the flour, etc. Our ReadyExperts have used the products and can help you understand what you need to know.

Why have you called in?
Comment below to tell us what questions you’ve had for a ReadyExpert. If you have any questions, ask them below and we can help you out.

Updated December 28, 2012

11 Comments

  1. Freddie wrote:

    Call me old fashioned but I love working with a ReadyExpert. Don’t get me wrong, I like your website but I just like talking to a person before I buy anything. They’ve always been super helpful.

    December 29th, 2012 at 11:31 am
  2. Joan wrote:

    A small question – do your diced sweet potatoes have the peel left on them or have they been peeled before processing?

    December 29th, 2012 at 8:07 pm
  3. The Ready Store wrote:

    @Joan. Good question. It’s a newer product and I haven’t used it yet. I’ll crack open a can and reply as soon as possible.

    December 29th, 2012 at 11:53 pm
  4. Roni wrote:

    I’m curious about the temperatures regarding storage conditions. I have a small (1000 sq ft) condo with limited storage & no optimal storage conditions. I also live in Arizona and try o conserve on heating & cooling costs, so there is some fluctuations in temperature between the seasons ranging from approx 60 in winter to a max of 80 in the summer (hopefully, lol) How will this effect the storage life of regular pouches & cans & especially of the tubs of raw honey you now sell (the last thing I need is leaking honey in my small space, lol)

    December 30th, 2012 at 2:35 pm
  5. The Ready Store wrote:

    @Roni Good question. Yes, you have the right idea. You want to avoid fluctuations of temperature. Ideally, you’d keep your food in an environment of 40 degrees or below. Being in Arizona, the air will be pretty dry so you should be OK with moisture in the air. Just try and do the best you can, which is sounds like you are!

    December 31st, 2012 at 9:19 am
  6. The Ready Store wrote:

    @Joan in answer to your question about sweet potato dices. The peel is removed before they are dehydrated. Thanks for the question!

    December 31st, 2012 at 9:26 am
  7. Joan wrote:

    Thanks Ready Store,

    That was the answer I was hoping for so I will be purchasing some later. I had found sweet potatoes on another site but they have the peel left on and I did not want that.

    December 31st, 2012 at 6:48 pm
  8. Susan wrote:

    You told Roni that your food storage should ideally be kept in an environment of 40 degrees or below! I always thought 70 degrees or below, and of course dry. I live in Nevada so dry is not a problem, but 40 degrees or below is!

    January 2nd, 2013 at 10:01 am
  9. The Ready Store wrote:

    @Susan. Yes. Our apologies. Below 70 degrees. We apologize for the mistake.

    January 2nd, 2013 at 5:00 pm
  10. beth.tompkinson@gmail.com wrote:

    To Joan:I bought 18 cans of the sweet potatoes last month and I am really -unhappy with them. I couldn’t cook them enough to get them soft enough to mash. I then decided to make a pie with the potatoes and it did not help soften them up. I don’t know what I did wrong!

    January 15th, 2013 at 1:21 pm
  11. The Ready Store wrote:

    @Beth.Tompkinson Since the Sweet Potatoes are dehydrated they will need to be cooked in water and a bit of salt before they can be used for cooking. Please let us know what we can do to help.

    January 15th, 2013 at 6:22 pm

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