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1) Nothing. It uses some batteries, but otherwise it probably saves energy. 2) Convert the fireplace to gas. We use gas for the HVAC and hot water, it's been reliable. That way we'd have heat and good cook bratwursts or something.3)Get a power supply. Basically a battery/ inverter.4)Get a good inverter wired into a vehicle. 5) Get a portable generator.6) Get a permanent generator.I'm sure that my wife could manage a gas fireplace, a power supply, or a fully automatic permanent generator hardwired into our electrical system without me. It's those intermediate solutions I'm not too sure about. I've got plenty of cords because of my Christmas decorations. But I doubt her ability to carry a generator outside & start it. Or for that matter get the garage door open during a winter storm to get either a car or a generator outside. But, those are workable options for me. I could switch between refrigerator and freezers, (or furnace with some wiring).I gotta go resynch the Ecobee with Alexa because of the power outage.
Uno could probably make you deader...
How much property do you have available? Perhaps get some kind of wind-driven power device (not necessarily a windturbine), enough to get at least the basic powered items working?
Our subdivision is really into conformity. All of the mailboxes must be identical. All of the units are condominium duplexes, and they are supposed to look like large single family homes. The garage doors and main entrances are on different sides so that each unit looks like a big house with one garage. You have to go through a comittee to plant a tree. They sued a guy for having a basketball hoop.
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