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The panic room, which sometimes goes under the more polite name of "safe room," is one of the great modern wonders of the world. Kings have their castles, the President has his Secret Service, but the panic room provides affordable protection for your Average Joe -- it's pricier than a normal storm shelter, definitely, but between grants, rebates, and other price breaks, they're not nearly as pricey as you might imagine. (There's FHA Mortgage Insured Financing, Hazard Mitigation Grant Programs, Pre-Disaster Mitigation Programs... the list goes on.)
If a panic room still seems like an unnecessary expense, the kind of thing reserved for "important" people, consider all the dangers from which it can protect you. Odds are the police can't stop a horrifying home invasion from happening, terrorist attacks and lone shooters are invading the public square, and restraining orders don't always work in protecting you from people you can't associate with anymore. The law often breaks down in the aftermath of a natural disaster. Which leads, of course, to the panic room's unparalleled ability to do double duty as a tornado, storm, or hurricane shelter. The panic room is a storm shelter that protects you from more than storms... and for a much longer period of time. A really well-done panic room, stocked and outfitted properly, can keep a family safe and sound for a whole month if need be. Not the kind of Cold War bunker used to protect the Greatest Generation from the end of the world, perhaps, but certainly the next best thing.
And maybe a little better. Because it usually resides above ground (although a basement can be converted in a pinch), a panic room is also a room of your home, although one that might be hidden behind a fake wall or otherwise secured from prying visitors. It can be customized to be as comfortable as you like, stocked with food, medicine, and/or weapons, and connected to the outside world via phone, speakers, cameras or all three, giving you the advantage of knowing what's going on out there without having to get caught up in it. The door is comparable to a smallish bank vault, complete with deadbolt and a lock that won't open unless you feed it the code. And your panic room can just be an extra source of space when there's nothing panic-worthy going on. Fact is, many people store things, not people, in their panic rooms most of the time -- important documents, weapons, artifacts, what have you. Why not afford yourself the same security as an "important" person, if you can afford it?
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