During winter months, inclement weather and bad resource management can cause brief or extended periods of power outages. This happens across the United States annually and contributes to over 1,000 additional cold-related deaths per day. Many of the deaths occur via "the silent killer," carbon monoxide poisoning, because of desperate efforts to keep warm by using gas-powered appliances (generators, charcoal or gas grills) inside homes. Carbon monoxide is an invisible, odorless, tasteless gas and is highly poisonous.
It's vital to prepare for wintertime (and other) power outages. Plan to heat small areas, not your entire home. NOAH offers solutions to address home heating challenges.
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