Frequently Asked Question
No. The price does not include installation or transport from our factory to the assembly site.
The installation price is from PLN 2,500 net.
The cost of installing a small shelter is about PLN 25,000, and larger shelters with an area of about 50 square meters range from PLN 45,000 to PLN 60,000.
The cost of installation is determined individually depending on the type of shelter and the scope of work
Yes, on our YouTube channel Atlas Survival Shelters we have several videos showing how to do it.
Approximately 30% of the purchase cost of the shelter should be assumed.
If the shelter is available, the lead time is approximately 2 weeks. Custom orders usually take 2-3 months. Larger projects that require more on-site work can take more than 6 months.
Our Polish factory tries to keep shelters in stock, please contact us for availability.
In Poland, you do not need a permit up to 35 sq m.
A minimum of 20% non-refundable fee/advance payment will apply to all custom orders.
Usually shelters are installed by our dealers, but you can do it yourself if you are concerned about people knowing where your shelter is. Our shelters usually do not require highly qualified workers to assemble them.
Most of the shelters will be shipped from our facility in Poland, but we also have a second facility in Ukraine. In case of low availability, we assume the possibility of shipping from the USA.
Freight costs from PLN 4 net per km, depending on the availability of trucks on the market, each time we price the transport individually.
YES. The NBC air filtration system is included in all shelters shown on our website.
If the shelter is to protect against radiation, it should be buried at least 90 cm below the ground surface. However, if a constant temperature is to prevail, it must be at least 180 cm below the surface to control the climate in summer.
In northern Europe, it must be at least 3 meters below the surface, unless the shelter is below the house.
The NATO requirement is at least two meters underground for incoming artillery shells.
Floodplains and high groundwater levels should be avoided. Before installation, each time a hydrological study of the plot should be performed.
There are several basic systems that people use. Photovoltaic panels with energy storage is the most frequently chosen solution, an EMP-resistant model has appeared on the market. The second way is an underground diesel generator in a separate generator nacelle, but this is only for large shelters. The third is a standalone above ground propane generator that can also be used as a support for your home, but any power source above ground is vulnerable to vandalism and high winds.
Absolutely not! Our air filtration systems are created by professionals who have been doing it for over 50 years. We only use Swiss or Israeli air filtration systems. The only high-quality imported brands are ANDAIR, Bethel, Temet and Lunor.
Atlas shelters are famous for providing a huge amount of storage space. These places are under the floor, bed, under the TV, table, counter. Keeping all your supplies out of sight. We also offer underfloor storage in our square shelters for an additional fee.
You can stay in the bunker as long as you want/need as long as you have food and water. All our shelters will hold enough food and water for at least 30 days at the stated capacity. Our larger shelters with storage under the floor can hold food and water supplies for 6 months, and some even longer.
It depends on what part of Europe you are in. In Poland, the temperature in the shelter, which has not been drawn in from the outside, should be between 7 and 15 degrees at a depth of 2 meters.
YES. In larger shelters, evacuation tunnels are installed as standard, in the case of smaller ones, at an additional cost.
YES. Atlas Survival Shelters has patents on its systems, air tube insertion systems, which currently meet US military requirements.