Statistics and Storm Shelters
Statistics are an important part of research. Number don’t lie. When it comes to tornadoes, several states claim to be the #1 ‘worst’ place to live. True results, however, can change according to the question being answered. For example, if ranking a state by the highest total AND number of ‘killer’ tornadoes, the answer is Texas on both accounts. Yet, if you look at ‘killer’ tornadoes as a percentage of all tornadoes, Texas, doesn’t even rank and Tennessee is #1.Massachusetts has the highest number of deaths per 10,000 square miles, while Florida has the highest annual tornadoes per 10,000 square miles. What does all this mean? Well, frankly speaking, it means no matter which state you live in, if there is a chance of tornadoes, there is a chance you could be caught off-guard.
So what do statistics teach us about tornadoes?
Tornadoes are not politically correct, nor are they polite. They don’t go through areas that might have a better chance at surviving them or are better prepared at handling their devastation. They just destroy whatever and whomever is in their path. Disaster relief programs across the nation never seem to be short of work and can never have enough volunteers. So statistics on tornadoes just tell you that no matter where you live, if a tornado is a possibility, you need a shelter!Survive-a-Storm Shelters participates in disaster relief, and not just for victims of tornadoes. We have a history of helping communities regain their strength after devastation including events like Hurricane Katrina and building shelters for our military infantrymen.
Our focus, especially when it comes to tornadoes, is to help people find the right protection for their families and loved ones on a more personal level. By offering affordable residential shelters through The Home Depot, everyone can have access to a back-up plan for the next tornado season.Our shelters are proven, not only through the Texas Tech impact testing, but also through actual tornadoes where people’s lives have been spared. We weren’t just lucky. Our shelters are solid, strong, and reliable. The Home Depot thinks so too! Our storm shelters are the only in-store tornado safe rooms that they carry. As members of the National Storm Shelter Association (NSSA) and the Federal Alliance for Safe Homes (FLASH), we couldn’t be more proud and honored to be America’s #1 storm shelter provider.But don’t take our word for it. Do the research. Find a plan to protect your family. And for as little as a few dollars a day, we can help you put your plan in place. Give us a call at 1-888-360-1492 to find out which tornado safe room best suits your needs. Don’t delay, call today!