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Single Pour Solid Concrete Monolithic Tornado Storm Shelter

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Published on Feb 5, 2012

An EF-5 proven single pour, reinforced solid concrete, monolithic tornado storm shelter built by Security Tornado Shelters of Blossom, Texas, PH.903-982-7427 and 903-495-3524 . This reinforced solid 3500 P.S.I. concrete storm shelter features a proven design that most recently was tested by the Smithville, MS, EF-5 1/2 mile wedge tornado in which 10 people were saved on April 27, 2011. Also on that day another shelter of this design was tested in the EF-5 Hackleburg, Alabama tornado. We were told that several other shelters of this design were in the paths of the Super Outbreak 2011 tornadoes in the South. This shelter features 8"-10" of concrete in the floor and walls and 10"-12" of concrete in the ceiling.The monolithic engineering, solid pour and solid concrete construction were all factors that sold us on this shelter. May 24, 2011 in North Texas was nearly a life changing experience here in North Texas. Don't wait to be a victim in the next Joplin, Tuscaloosa, Phil Campbell or other community in the strike zone of a killer tornado. Call Danny Roach of Security Storm Shelters today at PH-903-982-7427 and 903-495-3524 for more information on this shelter.

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