When Mother Nature Isn’t Nice, You Can Count on Survive-a-Storm
Last Updated: July 28, 2016 On Mother’s Day, Mother Nature wasn’t nice. She brought a gift no one wanted — tornadoes. But some folks were ready for her with a Survive-a-Storm shelter.Two dozen Mother’s Day tornadoes left five dead, eight missing and dozens injured across Texas, Arkansas, South Dakota and Iowa, according to ABC News. And more wild weather is forecast for later this week.But families with a Survive-a-Storm Shelter are ready for it. Our team can help you get ready, too.
Ready for Mother Nature with a Survive-a-Storm Shelter
Sometimes one of our storm shelters is installed just in the nick of time, as these two Oklahoma stories show.When a tornado touched down in Moore, Okla., on March 25, no thanks to Mother Nature, one Moore resident and her beloved pets were safe inside their Survive-a-Storm shelter installed just hours before the tornado hit.When a tornado hit Oklahoma City on May 6, the recently installed TwisterPod pictured at right survived intact with the entire family safe inside.
Thanks that warm our hearts
Those kinds of stories give us goose bumps, and make us proud that we could play a part. We also get goose bumps when we get emails like this, thanking us for our personal service:
I want to say thank you. We have been through storms again … and again your company called to see if we were alright.I know you said you would do this when we bought our storm shelter but it’s such a kindness and it does mean a lot. The last time your company called us I said I would remember to call the next time but after the storms you get so exhausted and it takes time to get it all back together. The minute I saw the number on my phone this morning I remembered again that I had forgotten to call.This is so touching to have someone call and simply ask “Are you alright?” it really does mean a lot. It’s touching to simply have someone care and call and say are you ok?Thank you for being a company that cares and is good to your word too.And yes, I felt very safe in my above ground twister-pod. It’s storm shelter I will continue to recommend to others.Thank you, Laura
When Mother Nature isn’t nice, let us show you how we care
At Survive-a-Storm Shelters we care enough to offer the kind of personal service illustrated above. We also care enough to provide you with the highest quality, most reliable residential storm shelters sold in America. Our full line of above and below ground shelters provide near absolute protection. FEMA-compliant Survive-a-Storm Shelters have been tried and tested and are able to withstand winds and debris from any EF5 tornado.You can find our products inside many of The Home Depot® stores in states like Alabama, Texas, Oklahoma, Arkansas, and Missouri. They even sell our units on their website at www.homedepot.com. So come check us out on the web at www.survive-a-storm.com or call 888-360-1492.
Come to the Home depot at 41st and Sheridan to learn about storm shelters from Dixie and our storm shelter rep. pic.twitter.com/wZuMyleSqA
— Joe Long (@ricjlong) May 2, 2015