Just about everyone who has ever feared a destructive tornado has also heard of the Enhanced Fujita Scale. At the most basic level the scale was devised to help rate the strength of tornadoes in the United States and Canada. First introduced in 1971 as the Fujita Scale by severe storms researcher, Tetsuya Theodore “Ted” Fujita, the scale underwent a revision of sorts in recent years to better align wind speed with associated storm damage. This visual is one of our favorites because it is so easy to identify and understand the different levels of tornado damage.Survive-a-Storm believes that the old saying is true: knowledge is power. We also believe that we offer the best protection in the face of any tornado on the Enhanced Fujita Scale. Every Survive-a-Storm safe room and storm shelter is built with the strongest American-made steel in the industry and exceeds all FEMA 320 and 361 guidelines. All models are made with pride right here in the USA and impact tested through the Texas Tech Wind Science and Engineering Research Center (WISE). We over a wide selection of safe rooms and storm shelters to fit any family’s needs. We offer very quick and flexible installation dates. Many of our shelters can be installed within an afternoon and our Twister Pod, which fits securely into a corner of your garage can be installed within a couple of hours!Survive-a-Storm always encourages people to become more knowledgeable about tornado information and safety. We also encourage you to make your way to our website and find a safe room or storm shelter that’s right for you! With our website’s online chat feature we never miss a chance to answer a question about our products. Give us a try call now!
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