Fallout Shelter/ Nuclear bunker/ Underground shelter, Bomb shelter, etc…….
Many titles, one goal: to save our lives. To protect the lives of our loved ones, family members, and relatives…
It can be custom-built or improvised, such as a basement/root cellar conversion. When people ask me for advice on how to construct a purpose-built fallout shelter or how to convert an existing basement into one, I always recommend adhering to survivalist “The rule of threes.” All survivalists and preppers know that they can last three weeks without food, three days without water, and only three minutes without air (oxygen) when constructing or converting a basement into a shelter, following the same rules.
Installing an NBC (Nuclear Biological Chemical) air filter system is the first task.
Make sure you have enough bottled water on hand.Food should be kept in reserve.
Yes, a WC and a shower are necessary considerations. Most of the time, a bio-toilet and some moist tissues will suffice.
It is optional to have guns to defend your supplies and family, and you must always respect the regulations of the country you reside in.
Yes, you will need a bed or mattress to sleep on, as well as something to keep you entertained, such as board games or books. Of course, you’ll need electricity (battery packs and a generator), as well as other supplies. You should consider everything, but if things become too complex and making judgments becomes tough, go back to the “Rule of Threes.”
You won’t require anything after three weeks if you run out of food.
You won’t require anything for three days if you run out of water.
You won’t require anything after three minutes if you run out of pure air.
What you’re purchasing, storing, and preparing should all be prioritized.