Tennessee Storm Shelters
Whether or not you are on the fence about Tennessee belonging in “tornado alley”, those living in the Volunteer state know all too well the damage and destruction that tornadoes can cause. From 1950 to 2006, Tennesseans lost 271 lives, which ranks them as fifth highest in the number of fatalities for that time frame. With such a massively long state, there are eastern parts of the state that seem to be safe from tornadoes; however, evidence reveals that tornadoes can strike just about anywhere. March, April, May, and November are the months that Tennessee, specifically Middle Tennessee, has a majority of their tornado activity.Survive-a-Storm Shelters are sold in several Home Depot stores throughout the state of Tennessee. Our most popular above ground steel storm shelters, the Extreme and Twister Pod models, are on display in the following store locations. Simply click on the link below, on the map flag above, or enter your zip code in the search box above to quickly find the Home Depot store in Tennessee that carries Survive-a-Storm Shelters nearest to where you live.
We Sell Storm Shelters in These Home Depot Stores in Tennessee
The Home Depot at Stage Road, Memphis, TNThe Home Depot at Riverdale Rd in Memphis, TNThe Home Depot at Market Blvd, Collierville, TNThe Home Depot at Paul Huff Pkwy NW, Cleveland, TNThe Home Depot at Northpoint Blvd in1944 Hixson, TNThe Home Depot at Poplar Avenue in Memphis, TNThe Home Depot at Commons Blvd, Chattanooga, TNThe Home Depot at Truse Road, Memphis, TNThe Home Depot at Giacosa Place, Memphis, TNThe Home Depot at Poplar Ave in Memphis, TN