Uses of Survive-a-Storm Shelters

So often we hear the same reports from our customers, “We are happy to have a storm shelter, but we hope to never have to use it!”  And while we agree that never having to go through a tornado or severe storm would be ideal, having a storm shelter without a purpose, for some, seems like money not worth spending, especially if they have never experienced a violent tornado first hand.  So we want to show various uses of a storm shelter.Survive-A-Storm Shelters’ President Lucas Stewart knows the value of hard earned money and he understands the need for customers to feel like they are getting a great bargain when purchasing their shelters.  Lucas is always looking for ways of improving and adding value to each product created at Survive-A-Storm Shelters, beginning with the engineered design of the unit, which requires the unit to be constructed of pure American-made steel.  It is not only the design, but the materials with which Survive-a-Storm uses that protect not only families and loved ones, but valuables as well.

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Finding other uses for your storm shelter can be fun.

What are some other uses?

Important documents, sentimental heirlooms and pictures are great items to store in a Survive-a-Storm Shelter, not only in the event of severe weather, but also in the case of a house fire or attempted home burglary.   Keeping protected valuables locked away in a steel structure only makes sense.  Other important items to store in a Survive-A-Storm Shelter would include bottled water, a flashlight, a small radio, nonperishable consumables, some pet food, and even a first-aid kit with emergency medications in the event that a family must use their shelter for its ultimate purpose.Not everyone who buys a Survive-A-Storm Shelter thinks their storm shelter should have multiple uses.  Many are happy with the security in knowing that in the event of a tornado, they have their own protection within reach.  But for some, it is the satisfaction of owning not only a storm shelter, but a safe room as well.  Some might call it a panic room, or a walk-in safe.  Survive-A-Storm Shelters calls it comfort, contentment, and peace of mind.  If you would like to purchase a Survive-A-Storm Shelter for your own family and loved ones, give us a call at 1-888-360-1492.  You can also checkout our website at www.survive-a-storm.com

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