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Panic Room's or Vault rooms are becoming a must have in new build Luxury properties and several companies specialise in converting existing rooms into panic rooms.
The concept of a panic room is to provide a safe space where you can avoid danger in the home.
Panic rooms that are built below ground level also double as Tornado shelters, and a recent news story reported a housewife hiding in her panic room after her sons pet snake escaped. Most panic rooms will have a wc and all should have a dedicated secure telephone line, a seperate radio or cb type radio a mobile telephone cctv screens so that you can monitor what is happening in your home, and food provisions.
A lot of interest was generated about Panic Rooms after Jofie Fosters movie "Panic Room" (see below)
Many security consultants and experts use the phrase Safe Room rather than Panic Room to describe the concept of having an ultra-secure location within the home.
Installing a Panic Room in a new build is by far the best and securest way of guaranteeing your safety as you can custom build the room into the house. A security consultant that has worked with No7 Agency on several interior design projects said this "When designing a new home decide on where your bedroom and panic room will be first" a property recently constructed in Marbella Spain, had three panic rooms with one of them leading to a secret escape tunnel.
Think of a safe room as a box with only one opening. You simply fortify the six sides to the box and the single door leading into it. Iíve seen safe rooms that were built more like a bunker or bank vault with eight-inch concrete walls and a steel door. These elaborate designs were also used to store cash, valuable jewels and collections. Iíve seen others that had reinforced steel sheeting in the walls and equipped with a video monitor, a cellular telephone, and alarm keypad.
Unlike the movie, most safe rooms are merely fortified enough to delay an intruder so an alarm can be activated or call made to summon the police or security. Any homeowner can create such a room with relatively little effort and expense. The most common reason the average person would want a safe room is fear of assault from a home invasion robber or abusive spouse. The most common reason for corporate executives to construct a safe room is fear of kidnapping for ransom or fear of robbery for the wealthy.