Whether you have a few people or a few hundred people to protect, rest assured, we can build it. Not only will it meet your needs and exceed your expectations, but all of our community and commerical storm shelters meet/exceed FEMA requirements and are built according to ICC-500 Building Codes.
50 AMP panel box and battery backup for lighting & ventilation.
Commercial grade handle with padlock protection.
Electrical-powered fan to provide crossflow ventilation to occupants.
Protective shroud to allow crossflow ventilation to occupants.
For side-by-sides we build connectors to make shelters feel even more unified as their occupants ride out the storm. Not only does having a walkway between the two shelters make finding your loved ones easier, but it can also keep more occupants in a closer setting.
The average price in a commercial storm shelter is around $1,500 per occupant.
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Our storm shelters bear the seal of the NSSA (National Storm Shelter Association) and have been debris impact tested at the Texas Tech's National Wind Institute.
When Fortune 500 and 100 companies need to protect their employees from tornadoes and other violent windstorms, they call Survive-A-Storm Shelters.
We count among our clients: Walmart, Kia, Toyota, Mercedes, the U.S. Army, the U.S. Air Force, the U.S. Navy, Proctor & Gamble, 3M, Siemens, Cree, Schlumberger, and US Steel – just to name a few. School districts, local governments and churches across America also rely on our shelters to protect students, community members, and congregations from 250 MPH EF5 tornado winds.
Survive-A-Storm Shelters pioneered the design and construction of underground community storm shelters. When Kia Motors needed several community storm shelters to protect the workers at one of their automotive plants, they called Survive-A-Storm Shelters.
Never before had any company attempted such an ambitious project, but Kia was impressed by our track record of success in completing difficult and highly complex projects. The end result? Survive-A-Storm Shelters installed what was, at the time, the largest capacity of underground community storm shelters on a single piece of property anywhere in the world.