Of all the survival supplies you can stockpile, water is arguably the most important. Without it, you’d only last a few days before dying of thirst. Unfortunately, water takes up a lot of space. Even a whole pallet of water will only last a family of four a couple months (if everyone only uses one gallon a day). This is a big problem for those of us who don’t have much room.
Some people try to get around this by purchasing water filters. While this is a good idea, they’ll be completely useless if you don’t have a natural body of water nearby or a way to collect rainwater. So where can you store enough drinking water to last through a long-term disaster? Here are 8 suggestions.