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Maxima Vance

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So, the weather has been unpredictable lately and you want a great solution to ensure you and your family are safe? Well, have you considered an underground storm shelter? With a storm shelter, you and your family members are going to be well prepared. A great option is to have a solidly built storm shelter that can be installed in your basement or there’s other options available where there’s underground garage units. Look for units that meet or exceeds FEMA 321, 360 and ICC 500 protocols for impact testing, design pressure testing and uniform load structural pressure testing. If you would like to incorporate the shelter to your house, you'll need to do some retrofitting of the home. When you have determined what sort of underground shelter you will build, you can begin making more concrete plans. Whatever shelter you decide upon, make sure there is a secondary safety hatch for an exit. If your primary entry gets blocked by debris from a storm, you will be very happy that there is another way to exit. Storm shelters can protect you from harsh winds and debris flying around. It’s a smart choice, especially if you live in an area that is really storm prone.