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About Survive-a-Storm Shelters
America’s Storm Shelter Provider
Survive-a-Storm Shelters is America’s Storm Shelter Provider. Our residential storm shelters, tornado shelters, community storm shelters, and survival bunkers are manufactured right here in the USA and shipped to 48 states. There is no storm shelter company in America with wider distribution than Survivea-Storm Shelters. Our tornado shelters are sold in more than 150 Home Depot Stores in 9 states and are available online anytime through this website and at www.homedepot.com.
If you live in Tornado Alley, you know that you need a storm shelter. Don’t delay another day. Protecting your family, employees, congregants, or community members has never been easier than it is today with Survive-a-Storm. The decision that you make could someday save your life and the lives of your loved ones. So call Survive-a-Storm Shelters today at 1-888-360-1492 to speak to a friendly and knowledgeable storm shelter product expert.
Residential Storm Shelters
Here at Survive-a-Storm Shelters, we install nearly every storm shelter that we sell. Our oﬃces throughout the United States are staﬀed with factory trained installers who are employees of our company.
Our residential tornado shelters are manufactured in accordance with FEMA 320 Guidelines. Our shelters are designed by licensed professional engineers to provide near absolute protection against 250 MPH EF5 tornado winds. We take your safety very seriously. We understand that you are literally entrusting your life to Survive-a-Storm Shelters, which is why every single member of the Survive-a-Storm team signs an oath pledging their commitment to your safety.
Survive-a-Storm Shelters have been subjected to debris impact testing at Texas Tech University. Our shelter plans and quality assurance plans are on-ﬁle with the National Storm Shelter Association (NSSA), and as a member of the NSSA we voluntarily hold ourselves to the highest standards in the industry.
As a member of the National Safety Council and the American Society of Safety Engineers, we strive to stay on the cutting edge of life safety technology. We continue to innovate our products to provide the safest, highest quality, and most attractive storm shelters available on the market today.
Community Tornado Shelters
Some of the world’s most successful companies–including a number of Fortune 500 companies–trust Survive-a-Storm Shelters to protect their employees, customers, and occupants. The U.S. Government has entrusted our company with a GSA Schedule Contract, and we have built community storm shelters for the U.S. Navy, the U.S. Air Force, and the U.S. Army. We have also constructed community tornado shelters for dozens of local communities, school districts, churches, and small businesses throughout the United States.
All of our community tornado shelters are designed by licensed professional engineers to meet FEMA 361 Guidelines, ICC-500, and state and local building regulations. We operate under our commercial general contractor licenses that we hold in many states, and we possess extensive bonding capacity and insurance coverage. Only a few companies in the world build community tornado shelters, and none of them has the breadth and depth of experience as Survive-a-Storm Shelters.
If your company or organization has recognized the need for tornado shelter protection, contact Survivea-Storm Shelters today. We don’t shy away from diﬃcult design-build projects, such as the fourteen 100person underground steel storm shelters that we designed, constructed, and installed for Kia Motors at the their factory in Westpoint, Georgia