Yes, for as little as $22 per year we can supply your home or business with an emergency water supply we offer a program that includes the automatic rotation of your supply.
If you are preparing your family for an emergency you may want to view the Los Angeles Fire Departments Emergency Preparedness Handbook lafd.eqbook. For your convenience we have included their recommendations for emergency water storage. If you are interested in having us supply your home or business with “emergency” water we offer a program that includes the automatic rotation of your supply. Please contact Steve Nipper if you are interested in more information.
Safe drinking water is the most important item to store
Loss of safe drinking water can be deadly. Most people, with few exceptions, will start feeling the effects if they do without water for more than 36 hours. Dehydration occurs much quicker than starvation. Our bodies can tolerate the loss of food much better. With an ample water supply, starvation is delayed many days, even weeks. The city water supply is vulnerable to the effects of a large earthquake. Contaminants can get into the drinking water supply through ruptures in the pipes, the mixing up of supply sediments, the adulteration of filtering system, etc. Do not take our water for granted. Plan ahead and store a sufficient supply for your family.
How much should I store?
A good rule of thumb is: ONE GALLON PER PERSON PER DAY FOR 7 DAYS (MINIMUM). A three week supply of water is ideal. We offer our Emergency Water Supply Service to all areas we service including: Santa Barbara, Ventura, Calabasas, Simi Valley, Fillmore, Santa Paula, Ojai, Goleta, Coast Guard and Platforms, Malibu, Port Hueneme, Point Mugu, Thousand Oaks, Westlake Village, Camarillo, Oxnard, La Conchita, and Rincon Point, Santa Ynez Valley.