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Tips For Long Term Water Storage

by Elmer Johnson

If you live in an area that frequently suffers from hurricanes or other large-scale natural storms, then there is a good chance that you have decided to keep emergency supplies on hand. However, the last thing that you want is for there to be a cause to use those emergency supplies and you discover that they have gone bad. One of the most important emergency supplies to keep on hand is bottled water. Here are some tips for storing water for long amounts of time without it going bad.

1. Go With Water Bottles for Under Bed Storage

If you live in an apartment or small home, you likely don't have the space to store large quantities of water in barrels or are able to commandeer your bathtub for the purpose of water storage. Instead, you will need to go with water bottles for storing under the bed or in other nooks and crannies. The reason why you want to go with water bottles for this purpose is because they are professionally sealed and are easy to carry around or move should you decide to change the layout of your home. You don't want your water to get contaminated while it is under the bed and professional, bottled water will significantly reduce the chances that this happens. This might be more expensive than storing it in a barrel, but much more space-manageable.

2. Use a Bathtub or Sink Fill

If you have an extra sink or tub in your basement that you never use, purchase a fill that fits the dimensions of the area. A fill is a sanitary plastic bag that you can fill with tap water, assuming that your tap water is currently clean enough to drink. You can then seal the bag and leave it in the sink. This method is good if you want to get some extra water and have a little bit of extra space. Once you seal the bag, you can feel confident that the water will stay good for a long time.

3. Use Water Barrels if You Have Space

Finally, if you have a ton of space, consider using specialty water barrels. These usually will store around 50 gallons of water. They need to be filled with a specialty pump, but once you have the barrels and the pump, this is the most cost effective way to store huge quantities of water. Be sure that you have the barrels in an area that is easy to reach because it will be very heavy once filled and difficult to move.

For more information, talk to a company that specializes in bottled water, such as Absolute Bottled Water Co.

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