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Emergency Preparedness Supplies

The Coronavirus - What You Need to Know

The Coronavirus is quickly sweeping over the globe, so what is the Coronavirus? Here is some of the things that we already know so far about this disease, also known as the 2019-nCoV.
WHAT IS THE CORONAVIRUS?
Coronaviruses are a large class of viruses ranging in severity from the common cold to deadly respiratory infections such as... Read More

Amazing Uses for Paracord

Paracord can be an awesome tool in your preparedness arsenal. This durable nylon rope can be tied into tons of different designs including a paracord drawstring pouch, bracelet, strengthened cord, pouches and more. If you’re in an emergency, you simply unwind the strong cord and use it to bind, haul or anything else that you... Read More

Interested in Food Storage? Here's Where to Start

Have you ever wanted to get started in preparing a food storage but don't know where to start? Have you ever questioned on what to get?  Do you know how much food/water storage you need if a disaster were to hit? You've come to the right place and here we can help you get everything... Read More

Natural Disaster Facts That Might Surprise You!

Nobody wants to be in the middle of a disaster and we hope that you are taking the necessary precautions to prepare for such. 2019 was a year full of disasters that have shaped the way we as a country react. We have found new and better ways to prepare for when one does strike... Read More

Creating an Evacuation Plan

Let's face it, an emergency can happen at any place and at any time. Our plea is to make sure that everyone in the family is prepared. We want to make sure you know what to do and how to prepare before a disaster can strike. One of the most important things that you can... Read More

How to Prepare for an Ice Storm

Winters can be cold and long. Snow and ice can turn a magical winter wonderland into a fridged nightmare very quickly. Freezing rains coat everything in a layer of thick ice. If the ice doesn't melt and it continues to grow it may become very dangerous indeed.

1/4 inch of ice is a nuisance. Windshields will... Read More

DIY Solar Oven

Cooking typically requires some type of fuel whether it be propane for a camp stove, wood for a fire, or electricity for a crockpot. Fuel is a limited resource. It will be difficult to store all the fuel you might need for a long-term crisis. A solar oven could be the solution.
Deforestation is a real issue... Read More

Be Prepared This New Year

Who would have thought that this year would bring a slew of disasters? As the country was dealing with wildfires in California, and then a hurricane that affected The Bahamas and Puerto Rico.  All of this, with the constant threat of nuclear war, put a lot of the country on alert. The Ready Store was... Read More

Disease Prevention in an Emergency

When building a shelter for the long-term consider the population size and density within your shelter. Close proximity often leads to illness. You'll want to have a way of dealing with sick people, preferably some kind of isolation if space allows. The CDC offers some isolation guidelines. It's also a good idea to make sure everyone is... Read More

How to Build an Underground Bunker

Underground bunkers became extremely popular during the Cold War Era. Today, we still have a need to protect ourselves from unforeseen dangers. A backyard bunker may be exactly what you need to protect your family.
When building an underground shelter make sure to have at least 2 feet of dirt over the top. This layer... Read More

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