The mild temperature and typical exceptional weather we enjoy in the South can often be wrecked by an outbreak of violent storms, tornadoes, or effects from a hurricane. The destructive effects of a tornado reaches well beyond loss of property and possessions. Sadly, lives are lost each year because households have no adequate place of refuge during a tornado or violent storm outbreak.
However there is a practical, safe and economical solution when it comes to providing protection for our family and loved ones. Great American Storm Shelters was formed with one simple objective, to provide peace of mind in the face of bad weather to residents in the United States.
We install storm shelters and safe rooms in Alabama, Texas, Georgia, Mississippi, Tennessee, Oklahoma, Kansas, Nebraska, Missouri, Arkansas, Louisiana, Florida, Iowa, Illinois, North Carolina, Kentucky, Indiana, South Carolina, Ohio, Indiana, and Virginia.
Storm shelters are very important for people who reside in tornado alley. Many research groups have stated that tornado alley has expanded. A report by CoreLogic, a private research company, finds that the traditional boundaries of Tornado Alley which included Texas, Oklahoma, Kansas, Nebraska and South Dakota, have been expanded to include much of the Midwest and the South including storm shelters Alabama, Mississippi, Georgia, Tennessee, and Louisiana.
Our shelters have been tested by the Wind Science and Engineering Research Center at Texas Tech University to withstand debris from an EF-5 tornado. All of our shelters carry an engineer’s seal and come with a lifetime warranty. We specialize in serving the residents of Alabama, Georgia, Mississippi, Texas, and Tennessee. However, we do install our storm shelters in all 50 states in the United States. Our storm shelters exceed FEMA standards and maintain an engineer’s seal as well as coming with a lifetime guarantee.
You can rest easy knowing that you have the top of the line storm shelter at your disposal when bad weather hits. Many things are uncertain in life, but nothing is more unpredictable than Mother Nature and the fury that she can unleash at a moment’s notice. Tornadoes are a vicious system that can strike with little or no warning. In the event of a tornado, you only have a few minutes to respond. What do you do if you don’t have a storm shelter? Where would you go? What happens if you are in a wheelchair and can’t get to a safe place in time? Great American Storm Shelters has the answer for you.
Our crews work quickly and efficiently, using ready mix concrete instead of quick set. We use 100% ready mix concrete around the entire underground shelter, not just at the top. After installing your storm shelter, we haul off the extra dirt as well as the concrete debris. Then we power wash the installation site leaving it in better condition than it was before we arrived. Our safe rooms can be moved if you decide to relocate to a new residence.
This is an investment that you can take with you. If you decide to leave your safe room in your house when you move, you increase the value of your home and give potential buyers another reason to purchase your home. In life, there are no certainties, but by allowing Great American Storm Shelters to help you be prepared, you can be certain that your family and loved ones will be protected. We offer storm shelters all over the United States with two physical locations in Alabama and Texas. Please call us today for a free quote. We will be happy to answer any questions that you might have about storm shelters and safe rooms. 1-800-915-7233
Great American Storm Shelters 4000 Eagle Point Corporate Drive Suite 290 Birmingham, Alabama 35242 Phone: 800-915-SAFE
Great American Storm Shelters 5601 Bridge Street Suite 300 Fort Worth,Texas 76112 Phone: 800-915-SAFE Office: 469-269-5094
Great American Storm Shelters 6800 Weiskopf Avenue, Suite 600W McKinney, TX 75070 Phone: (972) 795-9369
Great American Storm Shelters 1341 W. Mockingbird Lane, Suite 150 Dallas, TX 75247 Phone: (972) 795-9369 Phone: (800) 915-7233
We install storm shelters in the following states: Alabama, Georgia, Mississippi, Tennessee, Texas, Oklahoma, Kansas, Nebraska, Missouri, Arkansas, Louisiana, Florida, Iowa, Illinois, North Carolina, Kentucky, Indiana, South Carolina, Ohio, Indiana, and Virginia.