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Wood stoves work!
They are powerful solutions to power outages in the world of off-grid or blackout heating. If you have a fire you can do a number of things to stay warm.
You should consider investing in a collapsible wood stove that would be used during a power outage.
Efficiency is the world when it comes to keeping warm. It is crucial that you maintain as much of your heat as possible in the wintertime.
If you think about it, the idea of heat reclamation shows up in many parts of our life.
We wear highly insulated clothes to assure that we keep as much of our body heat as possible.
In our homes, we make sure that our windows are working well and that our doors and windows shut tight. We are always considering heat reclamation.
The same is true of or wood stove.
When we place wood that has been cut, split and seasoned you will want to get the most out of it. You can create a DIY heat reclaimer for your own wood stove.
The Wood Stove as a Prep
Most preppers are considering a slow move off-grid to assure they are prepared when the power grid goes down or is taken out by an EMP.
There is no better off-grid heating option than the wood stove.
If you are not keen on installing a wood stove in your home you might look into shopping for something that is collapsible. These are designed for tents but they can do a great job for you when it comes to heating in a blackout.
Those summer power outages are kind of a farce. Without the winter cold to creep in its hard to understand what a real power outage in the worst-case scenario might be like.