Welcome To Securall Storm Safe Rooms! We have developed this website to offer information about our Storm Shelters and their various applications. Securall has expanded its skills as a leading manufacturer of Safety Storage Buildings and Lockers designed to store dangerous and hazardous materials into the realm of Tornado & Storm Safety. Our fully welded, heavy duty storm shelters not only offer secure protection, but also the Peace of Mind that comes with knowing that shelter is immediately accessible whenever you need it.
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Every year severe weather, including tornados, causes hundreds of deaths and billions of dollars in property losses. An average of 750 tornados strike the United States each year and although the infamous "Tornado Alley" receives the majority of these incidents, the whole country stands at daily risk. Not knowing when or where a tornado may strike makes them especially dangerous. These factors also reduce the chances that you will have the time to look around for adequate shelter in the moments a tornado approaches. Securall Tornado Shelters can provide you and your family with the immediate protection needed during these storms, right in your own home.
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 Tornado Safe's FEMA 320/361/ICC-500 Proprietary Wall Assembly passed three impacts and meets both the FEMA 320 and the ICC-500 standards for wall systems in storm shelters.