- Panic Rooms for the Queen
It seems that Americans are not the only people interested in a panic room, according to GAFFCO Ballistics. Al-Qaeda terrorist attacks have persuaded the Queen to have panic rooms built at Windsor Castle and Buckingham Palace at a hefty cost to the taxpayers of the UK. These panic rooms have steel walls designed to protect the royal family from poison gas, bomb attacks or assassination by terrorists.
Although the average American is not under the same threat as the Queen, that does not mean Americans are completely safe. And some families are more likely to install a panic room than others. Panic rooms (also called safe rooms) are more common in homes of the wealthy, who fear they may be targets of stalkers, kidnappers, home invaders, assassins or terrorists.
Businesses are also considering installing panic rooms which are similar to the idea of a bomb shelter in case of emergency.
A panic room should be large enough to stay in for as long as is needed from a few minutes to days.
The elite panic room includes phone line, back-up generator, scrubbers to replenish the air, a closed-circuit TV connected to computers that control the house, even to locking and unlocking doors for safety.
Survive-a-Storm Shelters manufactures steel panic rooms with bulletproof protection which includes Kevlar® reinforcement. See our panic room models, and start protecting your family today.
Survive-a-Storm Shelters offers various types of shelters from above ground safe rooms, underground storm shelters, and even survival bunkers. We also offer our shelters through the Home Depot locations across the nation. If you would like to know more, please give us a call at 888-360-1492