Storm & Tornado Shelters For the Nashville, TN and Southern Kentucky Areas. We Will Keep Your Family Safe During High Wind Events!

Below Ground (Indoor)

Above Ground Shelters

  • Available in three sizes:
    • 3′ x 7′ 6-8 people 
    • 4′ x 7′ 8-10 people 
    • 5′ x 8′ 10-14 people 
  • Double safety feature if debris falls that includes a come-a-long switch
  • Carpeted wood bench and steps
  • Fully welded are leak resistant including a marine grade tar on the outside
  • Meet FEMA standards and ICC 500 guidelines
  • Can withstand an EF5 tornado

Below Ground (Outdoor)

Below Ground Shelters

  • Available in three sizes:
    • 3′ x 7′ 6-8 people 
    • 4′ x 7′ 8-10 people 
    • 5′ x 8′ 10-14 people 
  • The lid is equipped with two air shocks that will assist in the opening and closing of the lid.  You won’t believe how easy it is!
  • The lid has a watertight seal.
  • Ventilation with battery operated fan & light combo.
  • Impact-resistant lid.
  • Meets or Exceeds all FEMA and ICC-500 Guidelines.

Above Ground (Indoor or Outdoor)

Above Ground Shelters

  • Fully customizable sizes
  • Completely welded 1/4″ material (angle, channel, plate)
  • 3 interior locking pins (can add deadbolt for safe use)
  • EXCEEDS FEMA guidelines for safe rooms
  • Door swings to inside
  • Can be preset in new construction homes in any location

safe rooms

safe room specifications

Available in Two Sizes

  • 4′ Deep X 6′ Long X 6’4″ Tall
    4′ Deep X 8′ Long X 6’4″ Tall
  • Constructed with 1/4″ metal and 2″ square tubing.
  • Secured to concrete foundations with 10- 1/2″X4″ Red Head anchor bolts.
  • Meets FEMA Guidelines.
  • ADA Compliant.
  • Door swings to the inside allowing you to exit if debris is leaning against the safe room.
  • No permanent seating to allow for scooters and wheelchairs to enter easily.
  • Can be installed in any garage in a matter of hours.  Can be preset during the home construction phase.
  • Holds 6-8 People
  • Warranty.
  • Deadbolt lock enables safe room to be utilized to storm important valuable.


Above ground safe rooms are perfect for people that have health-related mobility issues and are unable to navigate up and down steep steps.  They can be installed on existing concrete slabs or set in a preferred room during the home construction phase.

It’s important to have a safe room installed in a place that can be accessed in a hurry during an emergency.  A properly built metal safe room can withstand winds up to 250 miles per hour and will provide the protection your family needs during a tornado or tense high-wind event.

You should ALWAYS install it on the ground floor of your home or business.

Regardless of which type of storm shelter you prefer, above ground or below ground, they both have the ability to save lives when constructed and installed according to standards set forth by FEMA, ICC-500, and the American Tornado Shelter Association.

Being able to shelter in place will keep you from leaving your home and seeking refuge at a shelter nearby.  Don’t forget the supplies!  Water, batteries, a 5-gallon bucket, toilet paper, and protection for your ears.  During a tornado, it could get really loud if debris starts hitting the safe room.



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