Chimney flashing

Yes…but if your power is knocked out by a killer snow storm…how do you drink from…a…block…of…ice?

Use your torch to melt the ice…
You do have a torch don’t you? :slight_smile:

And I forgot Generators…
Try running a 100 amp load off your Briggs & Stratton generator…

My 220VAC 6000 watt generator has heated my 15 amp tank hot water heater and run the furnace many times. One ice storm, we were without electricity for 6 days. Stranded in the countryside with family, I had to get the most out of a 5 gallon can of gas (sta-bil added). Ran the generator 2 hours in the morning, and 4 hours in the evening. We also had the deep well to run as well.

100 amps = 12,000 watts demand. You’ll need a BIG generator for that load alone.

SURVIVAL: You drink the water from the UPPER tank of the toilet… provided you don’t have one of those flavorful bleach bars in there.