Storm Shelters Midwest City

Midwest City Storm SheltersIf you’re considering purchasing a storm shelter in Midwest City, the FlatSafe Storm Shelter may be just what you’re searching for. This patented (#7428800) innovative new product is an underground storm shelter meant for usage in your home’s garage. Supplying beyond F5 protection, it can be installed in an existing home and optimize the floor space under your car.

Whether you select our HDPE storm shelter or one of our steel shelters, we GUARANTEE that it won’t ever float. FlatSafe storm Shelters are back-filled 100 percent with ready-mix concrete (NOT dirt) to counteract buoyancy and flotation of the installed shelter. Our Midwest City storm shelter installation contractors will handle the whole process of installation from beginning to end.

Each of our shelter options provides its own benefits. Not sure on which tornado shelter is right for your house and budget? Contact our dedicated storm shelter experts today at (866) 520-FLAT or keep reading to learn more about our innovative shelter designs. 

We Sell And Install Three Types Of Storm Shelters in Midwest City

• High-Density Polyethylene Storm Shelters

High-Density Polyethylene (HDPE) Shelters offer rust proof, waterproof, durable, long-lasting storm shelters ─ resistant to environmental stress and mechanical damage. With a 50-year guarantee, HDPE is an engineered polymer…a polyethylene thermoplastic made with a mold. High-Density Polyethylene is also commonly used for: boat lifts and personal watercraft docks, plastic bottles, jugs, food containers, storage totes, underground piping and culverts, plastic lumber and decking, cutting boards, auto parts, toys, etc.. It is the ultimate in Corrosion Protection.

• Hot Dip Galvanized Storm Shelters

Our Hot Dip Galvanized storm shelters are made of 10 gauge sheet metal and flow tested ─ providing protection from rust and corrosion for a long-lasting, maintenance free storm shelter. With a 50 year guarantee Hot Dip Galvanizing is the process of dipping fabricated steel into a kettle or vat containing molten zinc. While the steel is in the kettle, the iron from the steel metallurgically reacts with the molten zinc to form a tightly-bonded alloy coating that provides superior corrosion protection to steel. Using zinc to protect steel from corrosion (hot-dip galvanizing) is a 150-year-old practice! Our Galvanized FlatSafe storm shelter is made of 10 gauge sheet metal. All welds are leak-tested to guarantee they won’t allow ground water to seep into the shelter. After the shelter is fabricated, the device is Hot-Dip Galvanized to protect your investment for an expected 50+ years.

• Coal Tar Epoxy Storm Shelters

Coal Tar Epoxy is a heavy duty, high build protective coating which has high strength, is resistant to many corrosive reagents, and is excellent at sealing out moisture. It’s commonly used in marine and industrial environments. It is primarily applied to steel to protect it from rust and corrosion. It is frequently seen on steel boat hulls, underground water and oil tanks and pipelines, offshore oil rigs, and dam gates. Our Coal Tar Epoxy underground storm shelter is made of 10 gauge sheet metal. All welds are leak-tested to guarantee they will not allow ground water to seep into the shelter. Following the shelter is fabricated, we apply a thick coating of Coal Tar Epoxy to the outside of the shelter. The Coal Tar Epoxy bonds to the steel and serves to protect the exterior of the steel shelter from corrosion and rust. The interior of the storm shelter is painted with red oxide primer paint to protect the steel on the inside from corrosion and rust.

Flat Safe Storm Shelters

Storm Shelters Midwest City
High-Density Polyethylene (HDPE)

According to a National Storm Shelter Association (NSSA) Evaluator, Dr. James McDonald, a Professional Engineer, “The FlatSafe Storm Shelter designs are well recorded and well thought out”.

Dr. McDonald also said, “The attention to detail is commendable”. In addition to the conclusions of an NSSA evaluator, Larry Tanner, a Professional Engineer and Research Associate at Texas Tech University, stated; “The Wind Engineering Research Center at Texas Tech University applauds your company’s efforts in providing a safe product for the customer”.

All of our Storm Shelters Are Equipped With Our Single Piece Lid System

All of our underground storm shelters that we install and sell in Midwest City come with our patented single piece lid system. The lid is 1/4″ thick steel plate with added structural tubing to provide additional strength. The single-piece lid is bigger than the frame of the saferoom opening and sits above the framework, not down within the frame. Our lid system is a lot stronger than the normal 2-piece lid system offered by everybody else and provides more than adequate ventilation to the occupants.

Contact our dedicated experts today at (866) 520-FLAT to find out more about the installation of our storm shelters at your Midwest City home.