Late last year, Buffalo was hit with a single of the worst ice storms that I have ever experienced in my life.
The storm dumped up to 4 feet of snow in some parts of the city, but as a result, there were various people trapped in their cars and inside their homes because there was nowhere to escape to. The neighborhood was locked down, plus some of the people who were trapped in their cars, unfortunately didn’t make it out. So, it was a pretty bad storm that caused millions in disfigures, however during the storm, thoUSAnds of residents lost power plus had no way of keeping their homes comfortableâ€¦ For those who had generators, they were able to attach space furnaces to them. And if the generator was pressing enough, it could run the furnace as wellâ€¦ My family also lost power during that snowstorm, however thankfully, our cabin has a fireplace. Although the fireplace can’t keep the entire cabin warm, it was great enough for us while we had no power. Typically, we never use the fireplace, but in fact, that was genuinely the second time that we used it since we’ve lived in this house, but my husband prepared for the storm, plus he knew that we would genuinely lose power, so he cleaned out the fireplace plus he stocked up on wood for it, and he also bought a couple of propane tanks, so we could cook our food during the outage. These are some of the challenges that we face residing in Buffalo, however it’s nice to have alternative ways to keep our cabin comfortable during major storms that cause power outages.