|A standby generator.|
I had a chimney fire in my wood stove.
Two-doors down, the neighbor noticed a conflagration on my smokestack. The neighbor called me, I immediately closed the flue. I forgot the clean out the flue. My bad. Called Nickos Chimney tout suite.
Seems a tree had fallen, a big, whopping tree lay on the road. The electricity is gone. Eight hours later, in the evening, lights! Meanwhile, I’m a popsicle.
There’s more. The water’s gone too. Frozen pipes. I forgot to turn on the water. Three days later, there’s water again. Thanks, Culligan! I have five gallons, four each. The dogs had fresh water. Slurp. The dogs are happy.
Ahh, the Jonah blizzard of 2016. The chimney fire, electric problem and water (I have well water). I finally learned.
I live in the Laurel mountains in Pennsylvania and little woodland creatures abound. I love my life.
I called Generac, a standby generator. It automatically swings to action. Probable solved.