Be prepared: Plan your storm shelter
Last Updated: July 28, 2016 Take a tip from Benjamin Franklin. Be prepared to fail by failing to prepare for the 2015 tornado season.
If you’re like most folks, you want to be prepared ahead of time for any unexpected storm, and tornadoes are the kinds of storms for which we can prepare. Since tornado season in the U.S. tends to move northward from late winter to mid-summer, now is a great time to start planning your storm shelter addition.At Survive-A-Storm Shelters, we understand the importance of being prepared without sacrificing quality of life in the process. With numerous financing options and storm shelter loans available, as well as multiple storm shelters to choose from, the team here at Survive-A-Storm Shelters is ready to help every resident in Tornado Alley and beyond.Because we believe that safety and peace of mind should be available to all, we have shelters to fit every household, every situation, and every budget. Survive-A-Storm makes it affordable for everyone to be prepared for the coming storm. And we’ll do everything we can to help you prepare, as we have storm shelter experts on standby, ready to answer questions, offer guidance, and ease your mind.Our Survive-a-Storm Shelters have been tried and tested, are FEMA-compliant, and are able to withstand winds and debris from any EF5 tornado. Whether you are seeking below ground shelter or prefer to seek shelter in a safe room above ground, the National Storm Shelter Association (NSSA) has given us their seal of approval along with the Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA)—both non-profit agencies who make sure that shelter companies meet and/or exceed their standards.So, don’t keep putting off your preparations. Check out the storm shelter options offered by Survive-a-Storm Shelters and ensure your family’s safety today. Give us a call at 888-360-1492. You can also check out our website at www.survive-a-storm.com. We want to answer your questions, ease your mind, and help you in your journey to give your family one less thing to worry about.