Built in the heart of Tornado Alley, you can expect the absolute safest storm shelters.

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We are a fully insured and bonded, family-owned and operated business that has been building, delivering and installing storm shelters, right here in the heart of Tornado Alley, for three decades. We made our first storm shelter in 1980 and have been doing it ever since. We take pride in being able to provide you shelter and comfort in extreme weather.

We proudly serve and offer free delivery to much of Green Country, specifically the greater Tulsa, Oklahoma area, including, but not limited to, Bartlesville, Bixby, Broken Arrow, Catoosa, Claremore, Collinsville, Coweta, Glenpool, Inola, Jenks, Kellyville, Mannford, Oologah, Okmulgee, Owasso, Sand Springs, Sapulpa, Skiatook, Sperry and Wagoner.

We also offer delivery to the rest of the state, including Ada, Altus, Ardmore, Bethany, Chickasha, Choctaw, Del City, Duncan, Durant, Edmond, El Reno, Elk City, Enid, Fort Gibson, Guthrie, Guymon, Lawton, McAlester, Miami, Midwest City, Moore, Muskogee, Mustang, Norman, Oklahoma City, Ponca City, Pryor, Shawnee, Stillwater, Tahlequah, Warr Acres, Weatherford and Woodward for an additional delivery charge. To determine your delivery charge go to our delivery map and input the street address for installation.

 

SoonerSafe: FEMA Funding 75% of Shelter Purchases

The Oklahoma Department of Emergency Management has teamed up with FEMA to provide Oklahoma homeowners with rebates for their safe rooms and storm shelters purchases. This program provides for a rebate for 75% of the purchase price, up to $2000, to those selected.

For more information, please read our blog post about SoonerSafe. For a complete list of rules, please read our blog post about SoonerSafe: Rules and Regulations. Click this How to Apply to SoonerSafe link for step-by-step instructions on how to apply.

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FEMA Publication 320 Guidelines

All of our safe rooms and storm shelters exceed FEMA Publication 320/361 Guidelines.

 

ICC 500-2008: ICC/NSSA Standard for the Design and Construction of Storm Shelters

All of our storm shelters can be built to comply with the ICC 500-2008: ICC/NSSA Standard for the Design and Construction of Storm Shelters if you’re interested and/or the city permitting department requires this.

 

National Weather Service Recommendation

After seeing the destruction of the recent tornado outbreak in Alabama, Greg Carbin at the National Weather Service’s Storm Prediction Center in Norman, OK was quoted as saying,

These were the most intense super-cell thunderstorms that I think anybody who was out there forecasting has ever seen. If you experienced a direct hit from one of these, you’d have to be in a reinforced room, storm shelter or underground to survive.

 

Financing our Storm Shelters and Safe Rooms

Oklahoma Central Credit Union (OCCU) is offering .99% APR for approved buyers. For more Information on these loans please call (800) 444-6228 and ask for a loan officer.       I have attached their promotional website by clicking here.

 

If you’re interested in financing one of our safe rooms or storm shelters, we suggest contacting Communications Federal Credit Union in Muskogee for further information. They’re offering .75% APR for qualified buyers.  You can contact Meagan Davis directly at (918) 682-4333 or if you can call (800) 654-LOAN.  CFCU also encourages you to apply online. You can view their promotional website by clicking here.

 

Tornado Safety

The first thing on everybody’s mind when it comes to tornadoes is safety. We’ve all seen the kind of devastation that tornadoes can cause. Whether it be the May 1999 Oklahoma Tornado Outbreak or the more recent tornadoes that damaged the Lambert-St. Louis International Airport on April 24th, 2011. It is better to be prepared and ride out these deadly storms knowing that you and your loved ones will be safe in one of our storm shelters than to try and outrun these unpredictable storms.

Being PreparedDeveloping a Family Disaster Plan | Emergency Supplies

What to Do? Before a Tornado | During a Tornado | After a Tornado

Where to Seek Shelter? Within Your Home | At Work | In Your Car | If You’re Outside