3d Models with prices / 7x8x20 7' x 8' x 20'
Underground Shelter
 

7x8x20 Shelter
This is our 7' tall x 8' wide x 20' long underground fallout shelter

Standard, included features include: 
Blast door entrance --- Full enclosed bathroom --- 2 bed frames with mattresses --- Blast valves with appropriate vent pipes --- Chemical and biological filtering system --- corrosion anodes to prevent rust --- lift cylinders for the door where it opens and closes easily --- (2) pin quick sliding latch for door, (4) 2,500 pound door latches, (1) door jack rated at 8 tons to lift door in case debris is blown on top of shelter --- shelter primed, painted, and carpeted --- inlets for electricity, water, phone, and tv cable --- 100 amp breaker box inside for electricity, junction boxes, plug-in boxes, and light switch boxes installed.

We will completely install the shelter for you.  
We will furnish an excavator --- all equipment including crane (if needed) --- (9 1/2) yards of concrete under the shelter to keep water pressure from moving the shelter ---corrosion anode to prevent shelter from rusting --- supplies, labor, ect. --- all included in the price below.

Total cost of this shelter, built and installed for you ----- $43,750.00

Your only other expense is the delivery --- We charge $2.50 per mile from Baskin, La.  71219 to your location.

7x8x20 Shelter
Outside view of the Shelter

7x8x20 Shelter
Inside view of the shelter with the top and side removed

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348 Delmus McMurray Road
Baskin, Louisiana  71219
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