5 Features to Add to Your Doomsday Bunker to Increase Your Chances of Survival

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If you are building a new home or are doing any form of construction or add-ons to your current home, this is the article for you. Below are five things no doomsday bunker should be without. These features can be the difference between life and death:

Position It Strategically in Your Home: Location is essential for the success of the room.

Make It Impenetrable: The structure should be skillfully designed and constructed so that it can withstand both natural catastrophes and brute force attacks.

Include Passageways: They should be completely safe, with strong walls and no obstacles. They also should be wide enough for ease of access.

Watch Out for Obstacles: As you’re building the structure, watch that you don’t run into underground water, gas pockets, water pipes, electric circuits…

Fill It with Survival Items: Whatever you and your family will need for survival.

Now that you know what to do when building a bunker, there's nothing stopping you from making your home and family as safe as possible.

If you don't have a bunker but have contemplated building one, now you have an idea going into it, for what your will need. For more on what features are crucial to include as a part of your bunker, visit American Preppers Network.

Good luck and stay safe.

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3 Comments

  1. Diane M Matthews said:

    if it ever came to that, I would die then live in a dam hole in the ground. screw that.

  2. Michael Lessick said:

    I am for the “Hide & watch” approach to the end-game…But this guy needs camouflage in a big way……If that door is discovered, they could get in with a small crowbar. And, remember to dig a couple escape tunnels…..And have lotsa guns and new brass!

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