In the wake of the Tsunami, Hurricanes Katrina and Rita, and the recent earthquake in Asia, millions of people have been left homeless.
Hurricane Katrina alone wiped out several neighborhoods leaving thousands of people without comfort and shelter. In the mountains of Pakistan, people left homeless from the recent earthquake are entering a cold and fearful winter with not even a cover over their heads.
Built to sustain hurricane strength winds and large enough to house an entire family, the Intershelter™ Dome can provide warmth and security to those left out battling the elements. In just a few hours, these portable structures are erected and ready for use.
Because of their aerodynamic design, with a little preparation these shelters are capable of withstanding any future hurricane or typhoon and can serve as emergency shelters or command centers during and after a storm or other disaster.Read More