In the southern United States, you must be prepared for a variety of different weather patterns. During the summer time you will have to deal with heat waves and the weather in the winter can be unpredictable. Fall is considered to be the “second” tornado season. While most tornadoes occur in the spring, late October and November have been known to produce strong and damaging tornadoes. During the beginning of Fall 2013, six confirmed EF-0 tornadoes touched down in the southeast; two in Tennessee, three in North Carolina, one in Alabama and a preliminary report of a tornado in South Carolina. These storms downed trees and ripped siding off of homes. During this Fall season, twelve tornadoes ripped through Nebraska causing major devastation. Don’t wait until your family is affected by a tornado. Have a plan, be prepared and take action. Be sure to have your storm shelter or safe room installed before tornadoes start occurring.
Storms (tornadoes and hurricanes) are the worst of the weather in the south. We specialize in storm shelters in the following states:
We also sell and install storm shelters in the following states: Oklahoma, Kansas, Nebraska, Missouri, Arkansas, Louisiana, Florida, Iowa, Illinois, North Carolina, Kentucky, Indiana, South Carolina, Ohio, Indiana, and Virginia.
We have two physical locations: Birmingham, Alabama and Clifton, Texas (near Dallas). We can build storm shelters in any of these states and properly place the shelter to your specifications. Simply provide us with the information about your needs and we will install a storm shelter or safe room that exceeds FEMA standards.
Building and Storm Shelter Installation Process
We thoroughly test all of our structures at Texas Tech. Texas Tech was instrumental in the development of criteria for constructing storm shelters that exceed FEMA standards. Texas Tech was also instrumental in the formation of the National Storm Shelter Association. This association ensures the highest quality storm shelters t0 protect you and your family against tornadoes and hurricanes. For this reason, you can count on getting a well-constructed storm shelter from our company.
You do not have to worry about dealing with a mess after we install your storm shelter. We completely power wash the area, leaving you with a clean area before we leave. We carry away any debris or dirt from the site, so that you don’t have to worry about it. Our motto is that your storm shelter area will be cleaner when we leave than it was when we arrived.
The perfect thing about our safe rooms is that you can take them with you when you leave. We can remove a tornado safe room and install it in another location after you move. One storm shelter is all that you need in order to keep your family and valuables safe.
When you purchase a storm shelter from Great American Storm Shelter, you get a storm shelter that exceeds FEMA standards with our impeccable installation service.