- Guidelines:Do You Meet FEMA Standards?
Oklahoma, sitting right in the heart of “Tornado Alley”, is a great state with unlimited perseverance and true grit. While tornadoes are second nature to the residents of Oklahoma, finding ways to keep families safe from these devastating tornadoes remains a top priority.
Because both concrete and fiberglass storm shelters tend to crack under pressure, many Oklahomans find that the safest storm shelters are ones made of American-made steel. Survive-a-Storm Shelters is a company that so many Oklahoma communities and citizens have turned to. It’s because of the high standards that go into the production of constructing our FEMA compliant tornado shelters. And the testing that Survive-a-Storm Shelters voluntarily adheres to.
There are storm shelter companies who are taking advantage of Oklahoma’s need for safety and are creating storm shelters that appear to be safe, but do not always go through the process of having their storm shelters tested to ensure top-quality work.
Survive-a-Storm Shelters only sells products that have been engineered, peer reviewed, and have passed rigorous assessments stating that our shelters meet FEMA 320 guidelines.
Many Oklahoma consumers have turned to Survive-a-Storm Shelters to ensure they are receiving a top-quality storm shelter that meets or exceeds their city or county’s guidelines. With thousands of satisfied customers, Survive-a-Storm Shelters continues to grow and thrive in a state that wants and needs and deserves protection for their loved ones. The love and support that Oklahoma communities have for each other and that has been witnessed firsthand by the Survive-a-Storm team has been amazing and inspiring. Survive-a-Storm will continue to work hard to build the best storm shelters in America, so that when tornado season strikes, Oklahomans will be secure in knowing that they chose a company that cares for their safety and well being.
If you are looking for a shelter that meets all of the vital guidelines that a storm shelter requires to be considered lifesaving, give us a call at 888-360-1492.