3 Alternate Ways to Use Your Storm Shelter

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3 Alternate Ways to Use Your Storm Shelter

Category : Storms

Every year storms such as tornadoes cause billions of dollars worth of damage. Having a safe room is very important for commercial and residential buildings nowadays as it minimizes the damage inflicted by the storm. However, people don’t consider getting a storm shelter because these storms are seasonal, and they don’t want to spend money on something they might only use once a year.

Although the argument is right to some extent, the pros of having one outweigh the cons, and you can never be too safe. Plus, there are many ways your shelter can be of use other than just protecting you. Here are some alternative uses of your shelter:

Extra Storage

An unused shelter makes for a great storage room. You can use it to stock up non-perishable items like food cans, tins, jams, and pickles. Not just food items, but any piece of wanted furniture or decoration can be put here until needed back in the house.

Some people also use it as a shed to keep and store their tools. This saves you from spending additional money on building a new shed.

Personal-Vault

Other than being a great storage room, your storm shelter can also act as a personal vault. Just like banks have vaults to keep money and valuables safe, people with safe rooms can do the same and use them to store their valuables, artifacts, antiques, important documents, or anything sensitive enough can be kept in there.

Not only does it keep these things safe from potential robbery, but it also keeps them safe from any water leakage or house fires that may destroy them.A protected room

Great To Accommodate Guests

One other use of a storm shelter during the off-season is that it can be used to accommodate uncalled guests. If your house doesn’t have a free room, you can offer your safe room as a place where they can spend the night very easily. A typical storm shelter is built to accommodate a full family in the event of a storm, and this means that it has enough space for a single guest to sleep in a comfortable inflatable mattress.

Having an extra room built to keep you safe in the deadliest of situations can’t be a bad decision, even if that room is hardly being used. Every house and building should have a storm shelter in 2021, given how important of a job they do. If you or someone you know is looking to get a storm shelter, then Safe Room US is the best choice.

We have been the leading provider of safe rooms and tornado shelters for the last 25 years. We are located in Texas and Oklahoma and provide FEMA-approved shelters that are built to last.

Contact us now and get a free estimate.


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