The GarageCube underground storm shelter is the perfect solution for a family that doesn’t want to displace valuable space that could be used for storage or other purposes.
This storm shelter mounts flush with your garage floor and with a 1/4 inch thick steel lid that’s so strong that you can even drive a vehicle over it.
We’ve heard from customers who have used their shelter as a mechanics pit for working on their vehicles or changing their oil. However you decide to use your GarageCube storm shelter, you’ll love the fact that it is full of extra features including removable stair treads, over-sized lid, powder-coated finish and locking bench seat.
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Price includes delivery to our current service areas:
AL, AR, FL, GA, LA, MS, NC, SC, TN.
Call 888-360-1492 for a delivery quote for areas outside our service areas.
Approximately 10-12 weeks for delivery.
Installation not included.
Professional installation by an National Storm Shelter Association (NSSA) accredited installer is recommended and required to certify the shelter with an NSSA Type 4 Seal. Contact us at 888-360-1492 to provide you with an installer for our service-area locations.
Stairs and Seating
Removeable steel stair treads provide ample space for up to 10 people on welded bench seats.
Store valuables, a first aid kit, water and non-perishable food supplies in the locking bench.
Latch & Bearings
Push-button latch with 9,700 pound bearings provides effortless door opening.
If you are like most of us, there are many things competing for your limited resources. But that shouldn’t keep you from protecting your loved ones from the devastating effects of tornadoes. As a company who is mindful of the need for everyone to be able to afford a storm shelter, we have several financing options
Last Updated: July 28, 2016 Imagine the blaring sounds of a tornado siren interrupting a quiet supper with family. Your parents are visiting from out of state and you can see the panic in their eyes. As you calmly gather your wife and children, and ask your parents to follow you to the garage, your parents
Last Updated: July 28, 2016 Residents living in states such as Alabama, Oklahoma, Iowa, Kansas, and Texas need to have a tornado survival plan in place for their family and community. If you are living in one of the aforementioned states, you will experience the highest number of tornadoes compared with individuals living elsewhere in the