JWS64 said:Fan systems and on-site incinerator. Everything a customer wants can be custom built to their needs. Having a bunker underground it would have to be able to withstand nuclear fallout, which is done through chemical filters designed for nuclear conditions.
That was the first episode of Doomsday Bunkers. To go into every detail of the process the show would be multiple hours long, which is impossible when the time slot is one hour WITH commercials.
If someone were dead serious about the process they'd contact the company directly and find out
all the details about price, configurations, and all the bells and whistle's.
Let me guess your the owner / engineers son that got cake in the face !!!!!!
If I was really serious about buying a bunker this company would not be my first choice, any company that preys on customers and then makes a TV show documenting it is a joke IMO, but hey that is reality TV for ya!
I wish I was that young. I'm 47, military vet. I know how companies like that operate, what they can do as far as completing the order to the customer specs.
Unless I win a lottery I won't ever have the kind of cash to do what I'd want to do in my backyard.
I'm not seeing them as a company preying on anyone. People approach them to have their builds done. I don't see them going from door to door trying to drum up business. From what I'm seeing and hearing the business is coming directly to his door, not the other way around.
From what I've seen in the first episode the owner went above and beyond to help the guy who had his generator dug up from the ground. Looks like pretty good customer service to me.
He could have said to the guy "what? Someone dug up and stole your generator. Sucks to be you. Buy another one for $$$$ from me or go somewhere else to get one. Good Luck pad'na!" That didn't happen.