Above Ground Shelters

Survive-a-Storm Shelters is the world’s leading manufacturer of FEMA 320 Compliant Residential Storm Shelters–also known as Tornado Safe Rooms, Storm Cellars, and Tornado Shelters. All of our residential storm shelters are designed by licensed professional engineers and undergo extensive debris impact testing at the Wind Science & Research Institute at Texas Tech University. As a Producer Member of the National Storm Shelter Association (NSSA), all of our design plans, drawings, test results, and quality assurance plans are on-file the National Storm Shelter Association national office in Lubbock, Texas.

As a member of the NSSA, Survive-a-Storm Shelters is held to a strict code of ethics and conduct. We voluntarily submit ourselves to inspection, review, and oversight of the NSSA and its board of directors. In return for being a member in good standing, each of our shelters carries the National Storm Shelter Association Seal.

TwisterPod

TwisterPod Above Ground Residential Tornado Safe Room

  • Small Footprint
  • Quick Installation
  • Perfect for small families
  • Re-locateable when you move

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Extreme

  • Built-In Escape Hatch
  • Lots of Room
  • Multiple Sizes
  • Re-locateable when you move

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Panelized

  • Assembled Inside of Home or Building
  • Multiple Sizes/Configurations
  • Use Where Other Storm Shelters Won’t Fit
  • Re-locateable WHen You Move

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Underground Shelters

Survive-a-Storm Shelters is the world’s leading manufacturer of FEMA 320 Compliant Residential Storm Shelters–also known as Tornado Safe Rooms, Storm Cellars, and Tornado Shelters.
All of our residential storm shelters are designed by licensed professional engineers and undergo extensive debris impact testing at the Wind Science & Research Institute at Texas Tech University. As a Producer Member of the National Storm Shelter Association (NSSA), all of our design plans, drawings, test results, and quality assurance plans are on-file the National Storm Shelter Association national office in Lubbock, Texas.
As a member of the NSSA, Survive-a-Storm Shelters is held to a strict code of ethics and conduct. We voluntarily submit ourselves to inspection, review, and oversight of the NSSA and its board of directors. In return for being a member in good standing, each of our shelters carries the National Storm Shelter Association Seal.

Garage Cube

  • Mounts Flush in Garage Floor
  • Does Not Displace Use of Garage
  • Seating for Up to 10 Occupants
  • Built-In Storage for Emergency Supplies

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Underground Estate

 
  • Inclined Stairway for Easy Access
  • Occupancy for up to 10 People
  • Storm Sounds Dampened by Ground
  • Install Exterior to Home or Building

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Underground Max

 
  • Vertical & Inclined Stair Options
  • Occupancy for up to 16 People Storm Sounds Dampened by Ground
  • Install Exterior to Home or Building