Disaster situation - earthquake
Surviving doomsday or a dinner party the Hero House blends clean modern design with a playful well lit interior. Explore how this house can guide you though a earthquake or a Sunday night dinner party by clicking on the image below.
Survival Kit - A day in the life of a disaster
Immediately after the disaster your preparedness helps bring your community back together.
1). Using your Life Saver Jerrycan you quickly filter water from a broken main and provide a clean drinking source for your neighborhood.
2) While organizing a cleanup team your family provides food to your hard working crew.
3) At the end of a hard day’s work tables and chairs are brought out of storage, and wine is served from your secure stash. Today an earthquake hit your neighborhood, and still you managed to throw a successfully Saturday night shindig.
See our survival page for more resources.
Floor plans - 2,500 s.f.
How much food will you need, how can you grow your own food, click on the images below to find out the full story. This house is equipped with enough food and water for 2 adults and 3 children to last 1 year.
STEP ONE: IMMEDIATE FOOD SUPPLY - 1 year food supply - (1) 2528 Entrée Meal Plan from Food Insurance.
STEP TWO : INTERMEDIATE FOOD SUPPLY (1) - Fresh sprouts provide an intermediate food while waiting for your garden to produce fruit.
STEP THREE : LONG TERM FOOD SUPPLY (1) - "Family" size seed pack from Heirloom Organics creates over 4 acres of a survival garden. These regenerating seed can in theory sustain your family for eternity.
* additional preparation will be make pertaining to your situation and the advice of a local survivalist.
The hero house is designed to fit into inner city lots, and boast plenty of protection for disasters along with providing storage and survival space throughout the home.
The architecture of the house features an open main floor with an elevated wood encased master suite. The slit windows that continue through the roof create an unparalleled experience of sunlight.
2 Adults and 3 Children - 1 year of indoor food, air, water, power + outdoor food & sustainment equipment after one year for the following disasters:
Double Dip Recession / Depression, Fires, Food Shortage, Gas Shortage / Peak Oil, Drought / Famine , Power Grid Breakdown, Cyber Warfare that Destroys the Grid, Social Unrest / Large Scale Riots, Small Arms Fire / Small Shrapnel, Government Collapse, EMP Burst / Solar Flare, Pandemic, and Earthquakes
What’s in the Home?
Food, water, and back up energy (in the form of geo-thermal, wind, solar, and a TriFuel generator for 2 adults and 3 children for one year of indoor supply.
Basic sanitation and living supplies
First Aid Kit
Security Kit including an undisclosed amount of weapons, ammunition and protection gear (Including an NBC Kit).
Air filtration system and indoor vegetation
Concertina wire - Stored
Empty Sandbags - Stored
Outdoor food & sustainment equipment
Tools and Work area
Dimensional Lumber and Building Supplies
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