SteelClad is a line of shelters from Shelters of Texas designed to protect from extreme weather and intruders. Each SteelClad Safe Room is customized with your choice of digital communication jacks, electrical outlets and ventilation for central heating and air conditioning. The structure is meant to be encased in steel reinforced concrete for superior protection […]
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This bank vault was used by 10 employees and 5 customers to ride out the 2013 Moore, Oklahoma tornado.
TornadoSafeRoom.com makes these above ground storm and tornado shelters. They are tested to withstand wind loads of 450 mph and the 100 mph projectile test. While tough and easy to install, they are small and not the most comfortable way to survive a violent storm.
The Family Handy Man gives general instructions on how to build a FEMA approved safe room in your home. This cutaway view shows the two layers of 3/4 inch plywood, 14 gauge steel, and the secure steel door required for a solid storm shelter. http://www.familyhandyman.com/DIY-Projects/Home-Safety/Home-Emergencies/how-to-build-a-storm-shelter