Tornado Safe Rooms Catoosa
If you’ve been considering an investment in a tornado safe room here in Catoosa, the Tornado Tech Shelter may be exactly what you’re searching for. This patented, innovative new product is an above ground safe room developed for residential homes as well as community applications.
Utilizing proven manufacturing procedures, the Tornado Tech Safe Room employs the identical engineering methodology found in the aircraft industry. It’s commonly called redundant technology, and it ensures a backup process is standing by in case the primary system fails.
Evaluated by independent engineering firms and impact tested for EF-5 conditions, the Tornado Tech safe room tackles every aspect required of an above ground tornado safe room. Some of the key elements include in-home accessibility, good ventilation, impact strength, secure anchoring, protected entry, and emergency egress. Please have a look at these FAQ’s, and ask additional questions if necessary.
Will Your Tornado Safe Room Survive The Storm?
FlatSafe Tornado Safe Rooms are designed to withstand F5 tornadoes with winds in excess of 260 mph. Our tornado safe rooms are Evaluated by independent engineering firms and impact tested for EF-5 conditions. The Tornado Tech above ground safe room is the best answer for residence of Catoosa searching for an above ground tornado safe room solution for their home or business property.
Will The Above Ground Tornado Safe Room Get Blown Away?
Thinking about the substantial importance of anchoring an above ground tornado shelter, Tornado Tech utilizes more than 1 method to secure our Catoosa shelters. An epoxy adhesive coupled with large diameter tapcons provides a backup approach to your safety to secure the safe room during an F5 tornado. Each tornado safe room is bolted down to your concrete slab then bolted down with specialty designed anchoring bolts at the right locations around the perimeter of the tornado safe room to ensure the safe room stays in place under the most extreme conditions.
Is The Tornado Safe Room Ventilated?
FlatSafe Tornado Safe Rooms meet and exceed FEMA requirements regarding venting. Our unique design offers shielded ventilation ports dispersed throughout the Tornado Tech Shelter and provides significant oxygen and pressure exchange capacity.
What About The Door?
FlatSafe Tornado Safe Room doors open inward and outward. Emergency egress is made notably easier when a shelters doors swing in or out. Also, Tornado Tech’s doors are considerably stronger than many safe rooms. Tornado Tech’s Safe Room doors weigh 320lbs each, they’ve rounded edges, and hinges which extend the length of the door to prevent jamming following a major effects.
Why Choose A Tornado Safe Room From FlatSafe?
Utilizing proven manufacturing procedures, the Tornado Tech Safe Room employs the same engineering methodology utilized in the aircraft market. It’s commonly referred to as redundant engineering, and it ensures a backup process is standing by in case the primary system fails. Our systems are evaluated by independent engineering companies and impact tested for EF-5 conditions, the Tornado Tech, tornado safe room tackles every aspect required of an above ground safe room. Some of the essential elements include in-home accessibility, proper ventilation, impact strength, secure anchoring, safe entrance, and emergency egress.
Depending on where you reside in Catoosa, the installed cost of a Tornado Safe Room varies. We respect your privacy and only need an email address and an installation zip code to supply a no obligation quote for a normal installation in an existing residential garage.