Residential Safe Room Systems for homes
A NOAA weather radio tornado warning awakens you in the middle of the night. You gather your family to go to your tornado shelter. If your storm shelter is somewhere outdoors, you lead your family outside through lightning, hail, and wind-driven debris to get to the entrance. An indoor tornado safe room allows you to stay indoors while seeking shelter. The RemagenSafeRooms tornado shelter provides an above ground hardened room at floor level, close to your living space and just seconds away from where you sleep (See Time and Motion Study page). The Remagen steel tornado safe room is easily assembled within a selected room inside your residence without changing the character, function, or architecture of the surroundings.
The finished tornado safe room is only discernible by the steel tornado door and heavy duty hardware. Imagine the secure feeling you can have with a tornado shelter/panic room in a closet near to your bedroom. See How a Residential Safe Room can benefit you.
The customer-designed, prefabricated steel, Remagen Safe Room System is anchored to a reinforced concrete floor slab or a specially designed concrete foundation in your home or workplace. Remagen tornado safe rooms meet all requirements of ICC 500 – 2014, ICC/NSSA Standard for the Design and Construction of Storm Shelters, and FEMA P-320, Taking Shelter from the Storm: Building a Safe Room for Your Home or Small Business, for 250 mph EF-5 tornadoes. See our Safe Room Planning Template page to design your StormCloset tornado safe room. When the Weather Channel issues a tornado warning for your area, be safe without having to go outside of your home.
COLONEL JOSEPH J. SOFET – USAF Retired; Pilot of Air Force One, Kennedy/Johnson administrations; Indian River Colony Club, Melbourne, FL says;
Since we had a StormCloset installed in our home, we both feel really comfortable that we would be protected in the event of another major storm. During my Air Force career, I learned a lot about safety – personal, home safety as well as flight safety. I am satisfied that my wife and I would be protected by the StormCloset during a severe storm.When Hurricane Floyd threatened the Florida coastline several years ago, the government declared a federal emergency requiring the evacuation inland of unsheltered residents of coastal areas. My wife and I spent five hours in the terrible traffic jam creeping along the sixty mile stretch to Orlando. The brunt of the hurricane never even hit Florida. Afterwards, we decided that we would never do that again. I hope we never have to use it, but if we do, I am confident that we will be safe sitting the storm out at home in our StormCloset. “Mrs. Sofet adds: “I really feel safe just knowing the StormCloset is close by to protect us in the event a storm suddenly occurs.”
BRENT HASKELL, M.D. – Georgetown, KY says;
After all the tornadoes here in Kentucky, I wanted to thank you for your shelter that we purchased last year. Fortunately we were not directly impacted by the tornadoes but I appreciate knowing that protection is available. I’ll take some pictures of the shelter and send them to you soon. I drywalled and painted the inside and put down carpet. It’s quite comfortable now. It’s big enough that if I know a nasty storm is coming, I can open up the bed in the shelter and spend the night in the shelter in comfort without worrying about any sudden problems in the night.
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