Roof & Walls March/April 2014 - Page 11

MAN CAVE CONSTRUCTING A SAFE ROOM safe room when an emergency happens. Therefore, you should always think about ventilation, lighting, and even hygiene. Being locked in a room for several days or possibly even weeks can affect your hygiene, which is why you should keep proper hygiene supplies in your room at all times. It’s almost important that your safe room doesn't contain any windows. Windows can provide entry for burglars, which is something you obviously don't want. You should also make sure that you keep a phone in the room, along with water, first aid kits, food, and any type of defensive weapons that you can get. It's also a good idea to keep medical supplies in the safe room as well, just in case you need them. If you have a safe room or just interested in one, you should always make sure that you keep the proper supplies on hand, just in case. When