- A Twister Pod: Sarah’s Story
“It was one of the scariest moments of my life. We ran to the closet under our staircase to hide. And then came the devastation. After the tornado ripped through my small hometown, my husband and I knew we had just narrowly escaped the loss of our own home and possibly our lives by a mere few hundred feet. We could hear it tearing through some of our neighbors’ homes a few blocks away and the sound, like that of a freight train, was deafening. It only lasted a couple of minutes, but it seemed like forever. My husband held our new puppy as I held my growing belly and was considering the implications of raising my unborn child in an area where tornadoes are inevitable. That was 4 years and 2 children ago.”
An installed Twister Pod in the garage of one of our customers
Stories like Sarah’s were too common in tornado alley.
So much has changed and developed where storm shelters are concerned and after much research, my husband and I decided that a steel storm shelter was the safest way to go. The downside, or so we thought, was the higher cost as compared to a concrete or fiberglass shelter.
Now we have options like Survive-a-Storm’s Twister Pod
Thankfully we recently came across a company that sells shelters at just the right price, and just the right size. The Twister Pod by Survive-a-Storm Shelters is a perfect fit for our family. The unit is designed to hold 4 people and we manage to make room for our dog Bella. The cost is very affordable and they offer financing options for even young families like ours. The Twister Pod is made of American steel, and fits perfectly into our garage. The best thing, however, is the fact that our Twister Pod is FEMA compliant and Survive-a-Storm Shelters upholds to the standards of the NSSA, which means someone is checking to make sure their shelters are reliable and offer near absolute protection for my family. My husband and I have even urged both of our parents, one set who lives in Texas, and the other in Arkansas, to buy a Twister Pod from Survive-a-Storm Shelters.”
Sarah is one of many testimonials and stories we hear about where Survive-a-Storm Shelters has given families and loved ones peace of mind. Tornadoes happen quite often, and not just here in Oklahoma, but across the nation. No matter where you live, if you need protection, Survive-a-Storm Shelters wants to be that safety net. Give us a call today at 1-888-360-1492 or look us up on the web at www.survive-a-storm.com