Community Storm Shelters
- Durable exterior metal paint coating, similar to our pre-fabricated storm shelters
- Vents with removable deflector covers to help protect against flying debris
- Above ground access
- Securely anchored to a concrete slab
These Community Storm Shelters are above ground and anchored to a concrete slab. Each bares a unique serial number, seal of certification, and is individually registered with the National Storm Shelter Association (NSSA).
Please take the time to look at Federal Emergency Management Agency’s (FEMA) website. FEMA has provided the public with information about wind and storm shelter initiatives within communities as well as case studies focused on safe rooms and community storm shelters.
The comfort of knowing our doors open to the inside.
Doors cannot be pulled open during a high-wind event.
You can open the door after an event, regardless of the debris that has landed at your shelters’ entrance.
Schools in Greensburg, KansasThe shelters you see here are 8′ x 12′ jumbo Community Storm Shelters installed at Greensburg, Kansas, school in 2007. Each of the Community Storm Shelters are constructed of solid steel and are capable of holding 25 students.
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