Excellence as a Standard
Last Updated: July 28, 2016 He’s looking for excellence.It’s late. The lights are dim out in the warehouse and all of the steel workers have gone home. But not him.Survive-A-Storm Shelters’ owner and CEO, Lucas Stewart, is taking his nightly walk-thru, inspecting to make sure that all of the storm shelters on the production line meet his high quality standards. Of course, there are checks and balances in place to make sure that all of the tornado safe rooms, as well as community shelters, meet FEMA guidelines. However, for Lucas, nothing beats having faith in his products like the hands-on attention to detail that he maintains. Only the highest quality workers have been hired and have the training and expertise necessary to work the manufacturing line. Every unit that comes off the assembly line will be tested before being guaranteed, bonded, or insured.
It is these details that Lucas Stewart demands excellence.
And he doesn’t just expect it out of his people and his products. He expects it from himself.A steel tornado safe room is not only one of the surest ways to protect loved ones, but think about this: the American steel we use is the same American steel that is used in the making of our military ships, planes, and tanks!So, as Lucas makes his rounds throughout the many work stations within his facility, rest assured that he is making checklists and taking notes so that he can rest easy at night, self-assured that Survive-A-Storm Shelters has customer safety and satisfaction as its center focus.If you would like to know more about America’s #1 storm shelter and safe room company, check us out on our website at www.survive-a-storm.com or give our storm shelter experts a call to check out the many ways of financing a shelter for your own family at 888-360-1492. We can also be found in any of The Home Depot stores in Oklahoma as well as homedepot.com.