The weather is one of the things that can be incredibly beautiful and incredibly deadly at the same time. Sometimes it is the snow or ice, sometimes it is the heat, and sometimes it is the beastly supercell tornado producing thunderstorms. Tornadoes are one of the most violent storms.
Different parts of the country experience different weather related turbulence. Tornados and cyclones are most common in the central United States, but they can occur almost anywhere.
Once you have made a decision to invest in a storm shelter, you have choices: building the shelter into the home during construction; an underground shelter in the yard or under a garage; and a modular storm shelter. Many homeowners from Oklahoma through Texas and into Missouri opt for modular storm shelters for six reasons.
You’ve made the decision. You want to keep your family safe with an above ground storm shelter. But do you know where you’re going to put it? Chances are you haven’t thought about it, or you just assume that it will fit on the patio in the backyard.
While it's impossible to predict the future, the combination of scientific advancements and historical data give us increasingly accurate information about the likelihood of a tornado in our area.
Topics: Storm Shelter Resources