|Posted on December 6, 2017 at 9:55 PM|
10 things you need for home repair emergencies
Fire Extinguishers. By the time firefighters arrive, it’s usually too late to save things. Fire extinguishers can prevent fires from spreading, saving property and even lives. Put one in the kitchen, garage and on every floor.
Lights with Fresh Batteries. Keep flashlights and lanterns in every room.
Tarps. Severe weather can damage windows and roofs. Tarps stop rain and debris from entering.
Clear Plastic Sheeting. Not as strong as tarps, but good for furniture, and over windows.
Duct Tape. Great for everything from cracked glass to cracked pipes.
Nails and Screws. Have a good supply in lots of sizes.
Plumbing Fittings. Ask your plumber what fittings you need to close damaged pipes.
Spare Parts for Appliances. Ask your appliance repair service what parts are useful to have on hand.
Tools. Adjustable wrenches, claw hammer, screwdrivers, pry bar, tape measure, hand drill.
Extension Cords. Have different sizes to reach areas where power may be cut off.
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