Staying underground during a tornado is the best place to ensure your safety. This is one of the reasons that in-ground, storm shelters are the #1 choice for families in Oklahoma. They are installed in your garage, so there is no fighting rain and wind to get to your shelter.
Outdoor, in-ground storm shelters are a less expensive option for homeowners, while still offering protection against deadly F5 tornadoes. Ideal for those who prefer their shelter to be separate from their home, outdoor shelters offer flexible placement options and only take 3–4 hours to install.
Steel safe rooms are a great option for people who need above ground storm protection. Basically a small steel room, these are great for people who may have difficulty stepping down into a traditional underground storm shelter.
Mildly destructive at best, tornadoes can turn deadly in the blink of an eye. The high winds from twisters can turn any object into a deadly missile, overturn cars and flatten homes. Storm shelters have proven to be the most effective way of staying safe from tornadoes, but what are the details about storm shelters? Is it worth having one in your home?
Here are a few of the most common questions about storm shelters and the answers you should know. Read More>>