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We can Key the Safe Room Storm Shelter Lock to Match your House Key.
Safe Room Storm Shelter does Meet and Exceed FEMA Guidelines
Passed the Texas Tech Impact Test
Rated for an EF5 Tornado
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Our Storm Shelter is rated for an EF5 Tornado
Custom Built Safe Rooms to any size you would like.
Our Tornado Storm Shelter Safe Rooms will protect you and your family against an F5 Tornado. Our design meets and exceeds FEMA Standards. They have passed the Texas Test Impact Test to withstand an F5 Tornado. We use anchor bolts every foot. Each bolt has 10,000 lbs of sheer strength. Every Safe Room is custom built to what size you need and where you would like the door.
Tornadoes often strike quickly. They cause a lot of damage and injuries. Tornado safety begins by having a safety plan. We are a leader in the Safe Room industry. We build state of the art Tornado Storm Shelter Safe Rooms. Our Safe Rooms will protect you from a Tornado. You can call and talk with one of our professional staff at US Safe Room’s and they will help you with your Safe Room.
When an F5 tornado is heading towards you, the last thing you want is to be in a Tornado Storm Shelter Safe Room that was built or installed by the lowest bidder. But you also don’t want to waste money. The big question is how do you ensure you are getting the absolute best value for your dollar? Simple, contact one of our Safe Room Professionals for a free consultation.
Even with a tornado shelter installed in your garage, which you were able to seal yourself in, just in time, being part of such a frantic, scary scenario is often scarring for children, something that dramatically impacts their recovery process. So, how do you make sure that your child’s reaction to a tornado is collectedRead More
Perhaps it’s because the COVID-19 crisis dominated headlines for months that most people were not prepared for, another disaster that would come our way: tornado season. Just six months into 2020, the United States has already reported over 500 confirmed reports of tornadoes, with over 80 casualties till now. And it’s not too long nowRead More
The Atlantic hurricane season is about to begin, and meteorologists are concerned. With the COVID-19 crisis taking center stage, most people aren’t paying attention to the potentially more dangerous circumstances we may soon face. As of May 2020, the general weather has not been favoring the U.S. 489 tornadoes have already made landfall in andRead More
The year is halfway done. And yet, The Weather Channel has already declared 2020 to be one of the deadliest tornado years in a decade! As of now, 489 tornadoes have made a downfall in the U.S, with over 70 casualties reported. Four of those over 70 casualties resulted from tornadoes that were rated betweenRead More
If you’ve never experienced a tornado before, there’s a good chance that you’re not prepare to handle the havoc. Considering that as of May 2020, 489 tornadoes have already made landfall in the United States with more expected as the weather system moves into the monsoon region, you must get your affairs in order andRead More
On average, tornado warnings are issued thirteen minutes before the storm becomes severe. For those living in a tornado-prone area, this is more than enough time for them to seek shelter. However, for those who may not have encountered tornadoes in their life, this lack of preparation can push them into potentially dangerous situations, especiallyRead More
The U.S. has confirmed reports of more than 400 tornadoes as of April 2020, as well as 69 related deaths. Given that we have such high numbers already in the first half of the tornado season, all citizens in tornado-prone areas must take pre-emptive measures to keep themselves protected. US Safe Rooms offers a guideRead More
While following a tornado drill plan and squirreling away essentials might help if you already have a hideaway at home in case a tornado hits, these steps can’t save you if your safe zone is still susceptible to tornado damage. This is why tornado shelters are so crucial for homeowners in tornado-prone areas. However, notRead More
2019 was a hectic year for citizens in Texas. Second, only to Louisiana, Texas experienced more natural disasters than any other state in the country in recent history. With weather predictions estimated to be even more uncontrollable this year, many citizens are now choosing to have tornado shelters installed on their properties, with underground shelters being aRead More
The right size for your tornado shelter ultimately depends on the number of people who’d use it. FEMA recommends that every person have at least three feet of floor space in the tornado shelter. Multiply that by the number of people you have, and you get your total square footage for the required tornado shelter.Read More
The United Nations states that people with disabilities are two to four times more likely to get injured or die in a natural disaster. Yet, despite this concerning fact, businesses and communities have not taken adequate measures to accommodate their disabled community. Even with underground or aboveground shelters, the industry has only recently started taking steps to build accessible,Read More
It’s predicted to be a warm, tumultuous year ahead! But for now, with the U.S. preparing for weather hazards, storms and tornadoes, it seems that like we did in 2019, we might have to buckle up for another eventful year. So, how do we keep ourselves safe from Tornado Shelters in Texas and Tornado SheltersRead More
If you’ve recently moved to a tornado-prone area, it’s important that you understand the ways of keeping yourself and your family members safe. During a tornado warning, your first instinct will definitely be to find lower ground, a space where you can hide in to stay safe from the strong wind and debris. But durableRead More
A higher-than-average ratio of tornadoes is being forecast for the year 2020. As a precautionary measure, more people in the U.S., especially in high-risk areas such as Plano, Sherman, Denison and Fort Worth and other areas in Texas, are preparing beforehand by investing in tornado shelters—both underground and aboveground—so they can have a safe spaceRead More
Community Storm Shelter Community Storm Shelter is rated and tested for dangerous EF5 Tornadoes. Our design meet’s all FEMA requirements and guidelines. They have a 10 year warranty against leaks or corrosion. Our design has been tested by the Texas Tech Impact Test and passed. They are rated for an EF5 Tornado. Our engineer plansRead More