FamilySAFE is offering convenient tornado shelters in Missouri designed to provide homeowners with secure protection from storms and other adverse weather conditions.
Online PR News – 04-June-2013 – Republic – Republic, Missouri (May 14, 2013) – FamilySAFE is offering convenient tornado shelters in Missouri designed to provide homeowners with secure protection from storms and other adverse weather conditions. Through these installations, families no longer need to set up camp in the basement or rush outdoors to reach their storm shelter in case of emergency.
Unlike designs from other providers, FamilySAFE shelters are composed of prefabricated panels, which eliminate the need for cement forming as well as increase overall durability. The indoor structures also feature panalized construction and plywood working. The fixtures require an installation time of only one hour, providing an instant safe room. Also, because of their efficient and ergonomic design, they can be readily placed in houses, garages, or shops.
To provide the greatest level of safety for a home’s occupants, the stainless steel lever handle is located at a low threshold, which permits access to children as well as individuals using wheelchairs or walkers. Designed to avoid claustrophobia and suffocation, the shelter features door venting and a flush type roof vent that allows HVAC ducting to be installed. Individuals can also take advantage of the 4x4 electrical box with a 1/4-inch conduit hole for electric needs or communication purposes.
FamilySAFE's Missouri storm shelters are extremely durable, relying on the HILTI anchorage system to withstand extreme weather conditions. Moreover, the unit is able to support more than 100,000 pounds of weight, which is equivalent to 25 medium-sized cars. The lock release feature of the Safe-T door system (patent pending) allows the door to be opened in several ways to ensure that no one is trapped inside at any time.
Interested parties can visit www.FamilySAFEMo.com for more information.
The company is recognized as one of the pioneers in the field of above-ground steel tornado shelters. They have worked with the Texas Tech University in the testing and verification of their EF5 storm shelters. Aside from meeting the required safety regulations and building codes, the company also carries a General Liability insurance and a full Workman's Compensation to cover any risks involved in installation.