Tulsa Storm Shelter
Having a Tulsa storm shelter built for your house or business building may help to deliver near-absolute shelter for you and your family or employees from harm or death caused by the hazardous forces of extreme winds such as tornadoes and hurricanes. Near absolute shelter means that, based on our existing information on tornadoes and hurricanes, the residents of a Tulsa storm shelter built according to FEMA guidelines should have a high likelihood of being sheltered from injury or death.
Owning a Tulsa storm shelter would also release some of the concern produced by the threat of an approaching tornado or hurricane. You should contemplate building a Tulsa storm shelter in your house or business to offer safety for you, your family, or employees during a tornado or hurricane.
The purpose of a Tulsa storm shelter is to offer a spot where you, your family, or employees can endure a tornado or hurricane with little or no harm. To offer shelter for the residents during extreme windstorms, the Tulsa storm shelter has to be sufficiently anchored to a suitable foundation to resist toppling over and uplifting. We have the engineers on staff to help you design and build the best possible Tulsa storm shelter for you and your loved ones. Additionally, the links between all parts of the Tulsa storm shelter have to be robust enough to resist a fiasco, and the walls, roof, and door have to be resistant to puncture by wind-borne debris. Most houses, even new ones built according to modern building codes, do not deliver satisfactory protection for tenants seeking life-saving shelter from tornadoes. Houses built to a contemporary building code in tornado-prone areas, such as wind-borne debris regions, better resist wind forces and windborne debris influences from tornadoes. Nevertheless, a tornado or hurricane can create wind and windborne debris loads on a home or small business that are much bigger than those on which building code requirements are based.
Contact us today to schedule a free quote and meeting with us to get you set up for a Tulsa storm shelter today!