Storm Shelter Products
Storm Shelters, Tornado Shelters, and Safe Rooms
Regular Tornado Storm Shelters In Garage
3 feet wide by 6 feet long by 4 1/2 feet deep
Large Tornado Storm Shelters In Garage
3 feet wide by 8 feet long by 4 1/2 feet deep
Extra Large Tornado Storm Shelters In Garage
4 feet wide by 8 feet long by 4 1/2 feet deep
Jumbo Tornado Storm Shelters In Garage
5 feet wide by 8 feet long by 4 1/2 feet deep
Storm Safety Information
Be Prepared and Safe
Disaster Supplies Kit
Find a place where family members can gather if a tornado is headed your way. Make sure everyone knows where to go.
Assemble a Disaster Supplies Kit containing:
What to do in a Storm
WHEN A TORNADO watch IS ISSUED
Be alert to changing weather conditions. Blowing debris or the sound of approaching tornado may alert you. Many people say it sounds like a freight train.
WHEN A TORNADO warning IS ISSUED
TORNADO WARNING SIGNS
We always strive for the best.
Safe Shelters, LLC is Georgia’s leading distributor for Smart Shelters Inc. tornado shelters. Our storm shelters have become the #1 selling tornado shelters on the market.
Our tornado shelters have been impact tested by Texas Tech University and meet or exceed FEMA guidelines. All shelters are trap resistant and equipped with a sliding, ball bearing door and will be registered with your local authorities to ensure a safe exit.
All shelters are coated with a thick layer of Coal Tar Exopy to provide protection against erosion due to external moisture and soil erosion. This allows the manufacturer to offer a lifetime, transferable warranty with each storm shelter purchase to protect against leakage or floating.
Safe rooms and safe shelters can be installed in your garage, carport, patio, or yard. Our flush-mount design reduces any potential tripping hazards.
Safe Shelters’ goal is to provide an affordable, dependable product that will help keep Georgia’s families safe. Contact us today for a free estimate and more information on the best storm shelter to fit your needs.
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