Securall fully assembled Storm Safe Rooms & Shelters are designed to be conveniently placed in your garage or outdoors on a concrete slab. During new home construction they can also be placed in a basement of the house. These units arrive completely assembled for easy installation. All you need to do is place and bolt down. With heavy-duty bolt down anchors to hold it in place, and sturdy steel walls capable of resisting the strongest storm winds and debris impacts, these units provide emergency shelter when and where you need it, which during a tornado is HERE AND NOW!!
Securall manufactures Storm Shelters large enough to provide protection at offices, schools, trailer and RV parks, campgrounds, construction sites, public venues, etc. With enough room to safely house dozens of people during Severe Weather incidences these units are ideal for offering safety in otherwise vulnerable locations. On top of the peace of mind these units offer to those working and living near them, they also reduce the risk to human life and therefore stand to reduce your insurance premiums as well. Contact Securall for any questions or concerns regarding our Large Facility Storm Safe Rooms today.
- Securall Storm Shelters & Safe Rooms are built in accordance with specifications set forth by FEMA, the National Storm Shelter Association (NSSA), and the International Code Council (ICC).
- Our tornado shelters comply with the recommendations established in the documents: FEMA 320 - Taking Shelter from the Storm (written in conjunction with Texas Tech's Wind Engineering Research Center) and ICC-500.
- Securall Tornado Safe's FEMA 320/361/ICC-500 Proprietary Wall Assembly & FEMA 320/ICC-500 door assembly was tested and successfully passed missile impact resistance tests at Texas Tech University’s Wind Science and Engineering Research Center.
Securall’s SMaRT Sustainable Certified products comply with Executive Order 13990 that mandates certified sustainable products. SECURALL’s SMaRT sustainable certified products reduce overall pollutants including toxic pollutants, acid rain, ozone depletors, water/air pollutants, and solid/hazardous waste. Learn More..