Get an Underground Bomb Shelter, Hop In, and Now What?
You've heard of bomb shelters but don't have a clue as to how or where to buy one, or at best build a bomb shelter. There are several businesses and organizations in America which specialize in underground bomb shelter fabrication. And, you can have a shelter installed for as little as $20,000 all the way up to hundreds of thousands of dollars. Some underground bomb shelter businesses have outstanding products while others are still clearly in the development stage. Many similar businesses offer various products such as geiger counters, radiation alarms, underground bomb shelter filtration devices, etc. to compliment the wise shelter owners. And there are countless others offering survival meal packages, books about nuclear blasts, specialized emergency preparedness kits, and even plans for building underground bomb shelters.
The important thing to consider is you are going to need far more than just a container in the ground if you expect to survive. How are you going to know if you have everything in place for complete protection from an NBC attack? Certainly, waiting until an attack has occurred would not be the ideal time to realize you are short that blast valve, filtration kit, or even toilet paper! You are going to need a complete underground bomb shelter plan, and you want to make sure such a plan has been scrutinized thoroughly.
That's where UndergroundBombShelters.com comes in. We take away all the confusion by providing you a one-stop source on planning for everything you need to survive. We tell you how to build an underground bomb shelter, where to get materials, where to place the shelter, what to stock in it. Heck, we even provide a number of underground bomb shelter plans, for use in various applications. All you have to do is follow the instructions on your plan of choice. If you can build a birdhouse, you can build one of our underground bomb shelters! But, that's not all. There are many more elements of a solid bomb shelter plan. Leave out just one of these and you're likely to become a statistic of the unfortunate attack - even if you live hundreds of miles down wind.
Here are just a few of the hundreds of very important issues that must be addressed when considering complete protection from a nuclear blast or other weapon of mass destruction attack:
- Most importantly, who's providing you NBC, underground bomb shelter, or weapons of mass destruction advice, information, and/or products? In other words, what level of expertise does the business have?
- What types of underground bomb shelters are available?
- Can I build my own underground bomb shelter, and if so, what materials will I need?
- What will protect me and/or my family from the blast?
- What will protect me and/or my family from radioactive fallout?
- What will protect me and/or my family from a biological (gas) attack?
- How long will we need to remain in our underground bomb shelter following an attack?
- Will a typical emergency preparedness kit be sufficient?
- Will the shelter provide protection from radiological, biological or chemical agents?
- Do we need gas masks?
- What amount of food, water, and other basic needs should be stored in our shelter?
- What is the best food to get?
- What do we do when nature calls?
- Will I be able to purchase military-grade supplies (MRE's, atropine injectors, NBC suits, etc.)?
- How will we know when it's safe to come out of the underground bomb shelter?
- What technical nuclear information should I have on hand inside my shelter?
- Can my shelter double as a wine cellar or storage pantry?
- What are the time requirements for getting my loved ones inside the shelter?
- I can't afford a professionally installed shelter. What should I do?
- Will this be the end of the world? And if so, why should I be concerned about living?
- What will $1,000, $5,000 or even $20,000 buy me?
- How is electrical power provided in an underground bomb shelter?
- How can I communicate with the outside world following an attack?
Here's some food for thought. Would you fight a fire with buckets or fire hoses? In a tornado, would you prefer to be in the bath tub of a mobile home or an underground cellar complete with emergency kit? If you are bitten by a diamond-back rattlesnake while miles from nowhere, would you have someone slice and suck the wound, or use a snake survival kit? My point here is you should never bring a knife to a gun fight. Buying or building an underground bomb shelter is smart. But not knowing how to survive in one is a death sentence. You are going to need very thorough information. You are going to need a top-notch plan.