There are several types of storm shelters that are offered by Oklahoma Storm Shelters. Being in the area that has frequent bad weather in the spring or fall, any type of storm shelter is protection for your family. They offer:
- Underground garage shelters
- Concrete storm shelters
- Safe Rooms
- Underground bunkers
Underground garage shelters
Underground garage storm shelters from Oklahoma Storm Shelters are unique since they are installed in the garage and do not require any extra square footage. And, your vehicle can still be parked normally over the storm shelter while still letting you have access to the shelter whenever it is needed. This allows you to stay out of tornado type weather and your car is protected also.
These shelters exceed FEMA standards. They concrete in your shelter on the bottom of all 4 sides. They also attach the shelter to the home’s slab using RE-BAR and concrete at the top of this shelter.
Concrete storm shelter
An underground Concrete Storm Shelter is a great option. These shelters are pre-made and installed underground at your home or place of business. Each shelter has been tested and will withstand an F5 tornado. They meet FEMA 32- and ICC-500 standards. They also have an Engineer Approved Seal for shelters.
The Safe Room is able to be installed as a totally distinct exterior room. They also can be a portion of the home’s garage; or in a room in a pre-manufactured home’s interior.
These safe rooms exceed FEMA standards and have passed the Impact Test at the research center at Texas Tech University. Safe room can key the deadbolt on the Safe Room to match the front door on site when the Safe Room is installed.
The place to be when bad weather and tornadoes happen is underground. The Underground Bunker is custom build having everything that you request. It allows you to protect as many people as you need to take care of. This storm shelter is leak proof and you can use it for storage and not have to worry about anything getting ruined.
There are many options for protecting you and your family during bad tornadoes and some can also be used for other types of protection.