The homeowner who purchases a concrete fallout shelter in all likelihood will ask the contractor for some advice on how to furnish it. In fact, the purchaser might be inclined to do business with someone who can deliver a completely furnished shelter. The contractor therefore should be prepared to answer questions and to extend further services after the shelter is in the ground. The office of Civil and Defense Mobilization lists the supplies every shelter should contain. It should have food, a two week supply, water, a two week supply with a minimum of seven gallons per person and cooking equipment. It should have a 20 gallon can for garbage, a covered pail for toilet purposes and other supplies and equipment for sanitation. Shelter equipment should include a battery radio with CONELRAD frequencies marked and spare batteries, home use radiation instruments and flashlights and electric lanterns. Items outside the shelter should include compact cooking unit, matches and home fire fighting equipment.