So far, I think an ice chest, with additional insulation, and partially buried may be your most economical bet.
@myocardia which cooler is that?
5 days 90 degree 100 quart?
It doesn't ship to Puerto Rico...figures.
Personally I have given in to the cooler idea. My son, on the other hand, wants to send me this. Any thoughts?https://www.amazon.com/dp/B00UPRL502/ref=cm_sw_r_cp_apa_1F66zb9D5GWYXI suspect that is for camping trips etc. Too small for continuous usage. See this specification quote: "Sample Run Times: Dorm Sized Fridge - 24 hours"Top notch coolers costs several hundred dollars. The have thick walls and are significantly heavier than normal coolers. Shipping likely doesn't make sense for something that bulky. Costco or Sam's Club? WalMart or Target? Just guessing...
Personally I have given in to the cooler idea. My son, on the other hand, wants to send me this. Any thoughts?https://www.amazon.com/dp/B00UPRL502/ref=cm_sw_r_cp_apa_1F66zb9D5GWYX
@softdown and where are you located? I don't recall a business center in the Costco near me.
Who should I believe? Power percentage for the island and by when.
1. Governor: 95% in December.
2. US Army Corps of Engineers: 50% in May.
Up to a year by some estimates.
To make matters even more interesting, property owners need to make sure that their power meters are fixed and certified by a licensed electrician before that area or neighborhood is powered up.
Some folks just up and left... we'll see what happens.