REFUGE BY SAFECASTLE: storm shelter

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Showing posts with label storm shelter. Show all posts
Showing posts with label storm shelter. Show all posts

Friday, November 20, 2015

Steel prices plummet ... Our Steel-plate Shelters and Saferooms now cost up to 36% less!

50' military-grade fallout shelter
This year, the price of steel on the global market has plummeted from their recent highs.

That's awesome news for anyone looking at the possibility of putting one our famous Safecastle steel-plate shelters in place at their home or place of business.

Prices on our saferooms, storm shelters, and NBC fallout shelters are all significantly lower today than just last month, due to the steel prices and cost-cutting at our builder's facility. In fact, depending on the type and size of your shelter, you may be looking at price reductions of up to 36%!

For even a small to medium-sized NBC shelter, this means savings of $4000!

How long will these prices be in effect? Who knows? We are obviously very sensitive to the cost of steel in producing some of the best shelters out there.

Our storm shelters are engineered to withstand winds in excess of 330mph and last 90 years. Compare those figures and our prices to the competition!

Our builder and his team have been doing this for 20 years--building shelters to customer specs and installing them all over the U.S. 

I can say with confidence these shelters are built like a tank. As a customer first, 10 years ago, before I became a "shelter evangelist," I have yet to see a drop of moisture or a single insect in my shelter.

Quite simply, there's no better peace of mind.

 
 
 

Contact us at customerservice@safecastle.com

Monday, November 02, 2015

Steel-plate Shelters: Financing Available - Have Yours in a Matter of Months!

Community and personal shelters, bunkers, and saferooms have always been of keen interest to folks. Of course, the desire for increased safety goes back millennia ... whether in times of war or not.

Fact is, a good modern bunker serves many practical purposes. If it is built with the intent of being an NBC (nuclear, biological, chemical) shelter, you are building the best peace of mind money can buy.

An NBC shelter is a secure storehouse (think giant hidden safe) and a refuge from many physical threats--from forest fires and industrial accidents (chemical or radiological) to criminal assault and severe wind storms. And of course there is the wartime-threat that the bunker has a solid purpose for ... conventional explosives, radiological, chemical, and biological threats that could potentially befall a household at any time in a world gone mad.

I was a Customer First

I've had a steel-plate NBC shelter of my own for more than 10 years now. I was so impressed with the thing after it was installed, I started selling them, and I have been a "shelter evangelist" ever since.

Our Safecastle shelter builder has been fabricating and installing steel-plate shelters for government, industry, and homeowners all over the US for 20 years. Every shelter is built to order and engineered to last over 90 years--in-ground or above ground--and to withstand winds in excess of 250 mph!

The NBC shelters are installed underground, and are tight as a drum (I haven't seen a single insect or drop of moisture in my shelter yet!). They are equipped with state-of-the-art NBC air filtration systems and blast valves. A myriad of other options are also available and you decide how big, how elaborate, how comfortable you want want your bunker to be, based on your budget and vision.

Prices

Prices for a small basic NBC/Fallout shelter start at about $20,000 (saferooms and storm shelters are even more affordable). Bank financing up to $40,000 is available in the U.S. at less than 5% interest through our bank's home improvement program.

I can tell you unequivocally--there is no peace of mind comparable out there than having your own convenient bunker to have available.

For more info, including images, videos, and pricing, see: http://www.safecastle.com/sheltershome.aspx