When you want to construct a bomb shelter for your family, there are several factors that come into play. The cost is without a doubt one of the most important. In order to get the correct estimate, you will need a detailed look at the variables.
First and foremost, the type of the soil and its condition will determine the amount of money that you’ll be required to pay. We will come to your home, conduct an analysis of the soil in the area. Underground bunkers are mostly affected by this but for the other disaster shelters; this will not be taken into consideration
Another important variable is the depth of the shelter. Some people usually prefer a shelter that goes in too deep. This is usually the best option but it will cost you more because the installation process will be much more complex.
The electrical services that you’ll require inside the shelter will also determine the price. In case you want electrical wiring similar to what is in the house, expect to pay more. Another variable is the water tables. Remember, you will need plenty of water while in the shelter. This is because you cannot predict how long the danger will take to pass.
For a more vivid picture on what you’ll pay for your shelter, you can use our shelter cost estimate calculator. This will only provide you with a rough estimate. For the exact figures, you’ll need to call us so that all particular details can be discussed.
There are variables to the cost estimats
- Soil type and condition
- Desired depth
- Electrical service availability
- water tables
Please call to discuss particulars and details.
Disaster Bunkers PROVIDES THIS COST CALCULATOR TO HELP YOU DEVELOP A BUDGET FOR YOUR SHELTER. IT IS AN ESTIMATING TOOL.