If your anyone like me, you want to do absolutely everything in your power to make sure your family is safe, no matter what.
My name is John Hartman,
I am a retired member of the United States armed forces and a certified disaster and survival expert.
I will do anything and everything to protect my family and I sure hope you have similar values.
4 years ago I decided it was absolutely necessary to provide my family with a safe hide out – in case the “you know what” hits the fan. I came to the conclusion that.
After deciding to provide my family with a survival bunker I sat down and drew up a plan with all of our special requirements.
|hidden and secretive.|
|impossible to break into.|
|big enough to fit 5 people comfortably.|
|enough food and water supplies for 6 months straight.|
|a source of renewable energy for unlimited power!|
|durable and solid enough to withstand natural disasters or terrorist attacks.
It was at this point that I decided to build my own bunker so I could keep costs as low as possible!
I researched for months and asked several builders to help me plan out a bunker so I could do the work myself to save some money. It wasn’t until 6 months after starting my research I was contacted by a nice fellow that goes by the name of Brian Walters.
Brian is just like me, he’s an honest red-blooded American with a loving family. He has gone the extra mile and created a professional bunker for his family. He’s stocked his bunker with all the goodies – survival food, flares, water and everything else him and his family will need in th event of a disaster.
After speaking with Brian over the course of a few weeks I finally convinced him to help me with my own family bunker. He drew up some rough plans, wrote down the parts I needed and planned out my site.
Brian’s plan gave me the opportunity to provide my family with a survival bunker. With a small outlay on parts I saved even more money by doing the work myself!
In March of 2011 we started to work on my underground bunker. My family also helped with the project. We actually had many great bonding moments during the build process. I became closer with my family.