Georgia Storm Shelters

The state of Georgia is one that is a mixture of large metropolitan cities and beautiful green countryside. There is something in Georgia for everyone. One thing that may make those who live the state of Georgia apprehensive is the storms that often come through the area, especially Cobb County and the Atlanta, Georgia area. Georgia storms can be a scary thing to go through. The greenery that makes the state so lush can easily cause havoc during a storm, uprooting trees and damaging homes and cars. If you want to know that your family is safe from tornadoes in Georgia, purchase an underground storm shelter, in-garage shelter or safe room from Great American Storm Shelters.

Storm Shelters and Safe Rooms

Storm shelters (underground shelters, in-garage, or safe rooms) can be installed on your property in order to keep your family safe. When bad weather comes, you and your family will be able to go into the shelter until the storm passes. In a storm shelter, you can keep all of the items that will make you comfortable while waiting out the storm. Be sure to keep clothing, a radio that operates on batteries, as well as non-perishable foods in the shelter.

Other Uses for your Storm Shelter or Safe Room

If you have valuables that you would like to keep safe, store them in your safe room. Your storm shelter will be on your property and is a building that will stand in the event of a storm. With a storm shelter you do not have to worry about having a safe inside of the home or even getting a safety deposit box. All of your valuables can be secured inside of your storm shelter. The shelter will also be the last place that anyone thinks to look. The extra security provided by a storm shelter gives you peace of mind that your valuables will be safe.


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.