STRONG IN-GROUND CONCRETE STORM SHELTERS

It is a LIFE tested fact that concrete storm shelters provide both safety and security for you, your family or business employees during some of nature's most violent storms such as tornadoes and hurricanes. Smith and Yeagers Storm Shelters are built tough and meet or exceed FEMA 320, ICC-500-208 and the 2009 International Building Code (IBC) standards. Smith and Yeager Concerte Storm Shelters are manufactured in Meridian, Mississippi and installs inground for small businesses and homeowners seeking safety from the biggest of storms.

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WHY CHOOSE SMITH AND YEAGER STORM SHELTERS
  • Easy entry molded concrete step. No Steep Steps Here!
  • Compete shelter is reinforced with 1/2" (#4) steel rebar & construction fiber
  • Top and bottom are 5" thick concrete
  • Walls and ends are 4.5" thick concrete
  • Unit weights 16,000lbs.
  • Shelter is buried approzimately 38" in the ground
  • It can be installed in a slight bank or on flat ground
  • Steel air vents are cast into the top
  • Heavy duty steel door with latch
  • Will seat up to 12 adults comfortably.
PROFESSIONAL ONSITE INSTALATION AVAILABLE
DELIVERY OPTIONS AVAILABLE
EASY LOW RATE IN-HOUSE FINANCING AVAILABLE


OUR STORM SHELTERS CAN BE INSTALLED IN ONE OF THREE WAYS
OPTION 1: COMPLETELY BURIED
Our concrete shelters are built with only the best materials and can be completely buried on a hill side or slope for added protection. A buried storm shelter adds a secondary layer of protection by surrounding your storm shelter with earth. A buried storm shelter can also be covered with sod to better blend with your homes landscaping. Be sure to ask a Smith and Yeager Storm Shelter professional which install option is best to fit your need.
OPTION 2: PARTIALLY BURIED
A partially buried concrete storm shelter is a great option for those that do not have a hillside or slope to completely burry their storm shelters. Smith and Yeager Storm Shelters are constructed to withstand the storm with no additional protection so they can be installed partially buried on level ground. Another great aspect of a partially buried storm shelter is you can install them in a place that is easily accessable to you and your family. Just like our completely buried unit you can add landscaping or sod to beautify you storm shelter. With Smith and Yeager Storm Shelters you and your family can rest assured knowing you are safe from the next big storm. Be sure to ask your Smith and Yeager Storm Shelter professional which install option is best for you.
OPTION 3: ABOVE GROUND
Part of the terror of an EF5 tornado like the one that hit Moore on May 20 is the notion that nothing above ground can survive a direct hit and the 200 mph winds that rip homes off foundations. But that's not exactly true. Above ground storm shelters held up exceptionally well in the tornado and could be a better choice than a traditional underground storm cellar. Our above ground storm shelters are made with 4000psi concrete with 6in x 6in x6 gauge reinforcement wire and # 3 rebar. Ceiling and floors are 6in to 71/4 in thick! We use a 32in wide or 40in wide 10 gauge steel door and our above ground shelters come standard with 4 six inch air vents which are made into the shelter. Our above ground shelters weigh in a approximatley 20,000 pounds and anchoring is available. Outside shelter dimensions is 7ft wide x 8ft long x 7ft 2in high. Inside shelter dimensions is 6ft wide x 7ft long x 6ft 2in high.
STORM SHELTERS PHOTO GALLERY
  • Above Ground Storm Shelter Install
  • Above Ground Storm Shelter Install
  • Above Ground Storm Shelter Install
  • Burried Storm Shelter - Ground Level
  • Burried Storm Shelter - Ground Level
  • Burried Storm Shelter - Ground Level
  • Burried Storm Shelter - Ground Level
  • Steel Storm Shelter Door
  • Buried Storm Shelter Install
  • Buried Storm Shelter Install
  • Easys Slope Concrete Formed Steps
  • Buried Storm Shelter Install
  • Buried Storm Shelter Install
  • Buried Storm Shelter Install
  • Buried Storm Shelter Install