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Hi Jack Lang here. This website covers a lot of the logistics involved in building an underground bunker. I'm not a doomsday extremist by any means. I just created this blog because I see this as a very practical matter which may end up saving your family's lives in the event of a potential tsunami, nuclear radiation, oil spills, asbestos emissions, bomb blasts... really just about any worse case scenario. So please check out my blog and feel free to contact me if you have any questions.

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The Rise of The Underground Bunkers

With every year that goes by we are building higher and higher buildings, but how about building lower and lower below the ground? Just as much as we need space to live in on the ground, we need some space to survive in underground.

As the predicted “end of the world” draws closer, more and more people have planned on building bunkers to take that last chance of survival if this phenomenon actually happens. In reply to many who comment that the prophecy is unlikely, some people disregard them and prepare themselves for that day by building bunkers and making other preparations. In some statistics, it says that this year, 2012, the rate at which people are demanding building of bunkers from construction services has increased dramatically. Maybe some are building a bunker because they believe in the prophecy. Maybe some do not take any sides but just want to it play safe. Or some just have them built for other reasons – nuclear bomb blasts, fallout, or a safe retreat during disasters. No matter what reason you have for building a bunker, it is wise to invest in an underground survival bunker to ensure your protection and survival.

The entry points of your underground bunker may resemble that of caves – doors on ground levels – or just a hatch on the ground. It is best to pick a blast door when choosing which kind of door to use. Blast doors could withstand nuclear explosions, absorbing the shock and still retaining its shape afterwards. When building your underground shelter, it is important to locate it deep underground at least 4 feet or lower, far from flammable objects, vehicles, tall buildings and structures. Make sure that the walls of your bunker are concrete and placed against soil to avoid heat buildup inside the bunker. Store adequate food and water inside your bunker. A month’s supply would be good enough. You could also install security systems to monitor what is happening outside from the safety of your bunker; see if it is safe to evacuate or not.

Underground bunker facilities are on the rise today. Be among those smart people who have disaster preparedness plans and are ready for any kind of disaster. Contact a construction company who has had a lot of experience over the years with building safe shelters and bunkers. The more experienced the company is, the better quality their shelters are.

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