If there’s one thing we’ve witnessed about hurricane Sandy is that things can go so much worse without electricity. Our lives are dependent on electricity that we become so limited, even to a standstill when there’s a power outage. It’s not like in Bangladesh where people experience power outages at 250 days/year. Meaning, if it’s a daily occurrence, people learn to adapt to it. We, on the other hand, are vulnerable during this type of situations.
During power blackouts, we become easier targets for burglary among other crimes of opportunity. Sometimes, getting ourselves out of our comfort zones produces a mild state of panic where we fail to focus on priorities like installing DSC Alarm Systems
for security and protection. Here is a guide on what we should immediately check during blackouts.