FINALLY…. Solid steel in ground certified, tested, and approved storm shelters that are engineered, fabricated, and installed in the southeast!
If you have been considering storm protection for you and your family, look no further. SteelSafe Shelters are at the forefront of storm protection and our shelters contain some of the most innovative features and the highest install standards on the market today.
Our flush, solid steel models are designed to be installed inside a new or existing carport or garage, and take up no space from your usable area. This shelter design is installed under your concrete floor in the garage or carport (yes, existing homes also) and you park your vehicle right over the top of it. Amazingly, our dual lid design not only provides two methods to exit your shelter in emergency situations but also allows you to enter your shelter without having to move your vehicle when a quick entry is necessary. This is a great feature should you be asleep when the awful sound of weather siren awakes you, leaving you little or no time to be prepared. And the best part, with our in ground flush shelter, you never have to get out in the storm to retreat to the safety of your shelter.
Our outdoor models are designed for those who might not have a covered garage or carport. This shelter model, like the flush model, is a solid steel unit and is one of the most advanced and well thought out exterior shelters available.
When considering the design, test results, features, and installation requirements; we feel that you will quickly see that a SteelSafe Shelter is simply the choice that makes sense!
Brandy Robbins said her mother and children are alive because they ran to an underground storm shelter seconds before an EF-3 tornado ripped through her home last Friday. It's the second time this rural neighborhood in Northern Madison County, Ala., has been leveled in less than a year.
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All of our shelter models meet or exceed to requirements to qualify for available funding and grants that are available through FEMA, ADEM, or your county EMA. This includes: