Tornado Shelters

Our fully welded, heavy duty storm shelters not only offer secure protection, but also the Peace of Mind that comes with knowing that shelter is immediately accessible whenever you need it.

Tornado Safe Rooms & Shelters

Securall fully assembled Storm Safe Rooms & Shelters are designed to be conveniently placed in your garage or outdoors on a concrete slab. During new home construction they can also be placed in a basement of the house. These units arrive completely assembled for easy installation. All you need to do is place and bolt down. With heavy-duty bolt down anchors to hold it in place, and sturdy steel walls capable of resisting the strongest storm winds and debris impacts, these units provide emergency shelter when and where you need it, which during a tornado is HERE AND NOW!!

Securall manufactures Storm Shelters large enough to provide protection at offices, schools, trailer and RV parks, campgrounds, construction sites, public venues, etc. With enough room to safely house dozens of people during Severe Weather incidences these units are ideal for offering safety in otherwise vulnerable locations. On top of the peace of mind these units offer to those working and living near them, they also reduce the risk to human life and therefore stand to reduce your insurance premiums as well. Contact Securall for any questions or concerns regarding our Large Facility Storm Safe Rooms today.

  • Securall Storm Shelters & Safe Rooms are built in accordance with specifications set forth by FEMA, the National Storm Shelter Association (NSSA), and the International Code Council (ICC).
  • Our tornado shelters comply with the recommendations established in the documents: FEMA 320 - Taking Shelter from the Storm (written in conjunction with Texas Tech's Wind Engineering Research Center) and ICC-500.
  • Securall Tornado Safe's FEMA 320/361/ICC-500 Proprietary Wall Assembly & FEMA 320/ICC-500 door assembly was tested and successfully passed missile impact resistance tests at Texas Tech University’s Wind Science and Engineering Research Center.

Household/Commercial solid waste Storage Facility - Exterior solid waste storage enclosures are required for all new commercial solid waste service locations except those sites with alley collection, compactors, or an approved internal room for solid waste storage. Solid Waste storage enclosures may not be used for storage of any other materials except solid waste and all waste must be stored within the provided container. The storage, processing, and disposal of hazardous waste at municipal solid waste facilities pose a risk to public health and the environment, and in order to protect the environment and to provide measures for adequate protection of public health, it is in the public interest to require hazardous waste to be stored, processed, and disposed of only at permitted hazardous industrial solid waste facilities.
"Class I industrial solid waste" means an industrial solid waste or mixture of industrial solid waste, including hazardous industrial waste, that because of its concentration or physical or chemical characteristics is toxic, corrosive, flammable, a strong sensitizer or irritant, or a generator of sudden pressure by decomposition, heat, or other means and poses or may pose a substantial present or potential danger to human health or the environment if improperly processed, stored, transported, or otherwise managed.
"Class I nonhazardous industrial solid waste" means any Class I industrial solid waste that has not been identified or listed as a hazardous waste by the administrator of the United States Environmental Protection Agency under the federal Solid Waste Disposal Act, as amended by the Resource Conservation and Recovery Act of 1976.
"Commercial hazardous waste management facility" means any hazardous waste management facility that accepts hazardous waste or PCBs for a charge, except a captured facility or a facility that accepts waste only from other facilities owned or effectively controlled by the same person, where "captured facility" means a manufacturing or production facility that generates an industrial solid waste or hazardous waste that is routinely stored, processed, or disposed of on a shared basis in an integrated waste management unit owned, operated by, and located within a contiguous manufacturing complex.
"Hazardous waste" means solid waste identified or listed as a hazardous waste by the administrator of the United States Environmental Protection Agency under the federal Solid Waste Disposal Act, as amended by the Resource Conservation and Recovery Act of 1976, as amended (42 U.S.C. Section 6901 et seq.).
GSA GS28F0010B Securall - SIN 71 312 - Hazardous Materials Storage, NAICS 332311 Prefabricated Metal Building and Component Manufacturing, Standard Industrial Classification SIC 3448 - Prefabricated Metal Buildings & Components
FSC - Federal Supply Groups & FSG - Federal Supply Classification Codes
FSG 54 - Prefabricated Structures and Scaffolding; FSC 5410 Prefabricated and Portable Buildings, 5450 Miscellaneous Prefabricated Structures
FSG 56 - FSC 5670 Building Components Prefabricated, FSC 5680 - Miscellaneous Construction Materials
POL (petroleum/oil/lubricant) Storage - LIQUID FUEL STORAGE Building/Locker for totes- BULK, POL Waste Storage Facility
Above-ground atmospheric POL storage building for totes. The fire protection water supply necessary to protect this type of facility includes the water necessary to cool a burning tote, to cool exposed totes, and to supply special fire suppression systems. 411-10 - Ship Fuel Storage
411-20 - Aviation Gasoline Storage
411-30 - Diesel Fuel Storage
411-40 - Motor Gasoline Storage
411-50 - Jet Engine Fuel Storage
411-60 - Liquefied Petroleum Fuel Gas Storage - The liquefied petroleum gas, commonly known as LPG, for heating, metal cutting, brazing, in dental laboratories, aboard ships, and in similar installations.
411-82 - Contaminated Fuel Storage - A fuel storage facility requires temporary storage locker/building for off-specification (contaminated) fuel.
411-84 - Bulk (Depot) Heating Fuel Storage - Heating fuel oil storage may include storage tanks for kerosene and several different grades of diesel oil.
Drum Heating Locker/Building - Buildings can be equipped with (6,143 BTU to 34,100 BTU) explosion proof heater. And then it can be used for melting, viscosity reduction, elevated temperature storage, and general process heating applications. Buildings can be installed indoors or out. These units feature integrated spill containment.

TR4 - Tornado Safe Room

Dim - 7'3"H x 4'W x 4'D
Weight - Approx. 866 lbs.
22 Bolt Down Locations
Area: 12 Sq. Feet
Door: FEMA 320 StormSafe Door

 

TR6 - Tornado Safe Room

Dim - 7'3"H x 6'W x 4'D
Weight - Approx. 1,113 lbs.
30 Bolt Down Locations
Area: 19 Sq. Feet
Door: FEMA 320 StormSafe Door

 

TR8 - Tornado Safe Room

Dim - 7'3"H x 8'W x 4'D
Weight - Approx. 1,316 lbs.
38 Bolt Down Locations
Area: 26 Sq. Feet
Door: FEMA 320 StormSafe Door

 
 

TR10 - Tornado Safe Room

Dim - 7'3"H x 10'W x 4'D
Weight - Approx. 1,665 lbs.
46 Bolt Down Locations
Area: 33 Sq. Feete
Door: FEMA 320 StormSafe Doors

 

TS10 - Tornado Shelter

Dim - 7'3"H x 10'W x 8'D
Weight - Approx. 3,243 lbs.
62 Bolt Down Locations
Area: 71 Sq. Feet
Door: FEMA 320 StormSafe Doors

 

TS14 - Tornado Shelter

Dim - 7'3"H x 14'W x 8'D
Weight - Approx. 3,997 lbs.
78 Bolt Down Locations
Area: 101 Sq. Feet
Door: FEMA 320 StormSafe Doors

 
 

TS18 - Tornado Shelter

Dim - 7'3"H x 18'W x 8'D
Weight - Approx. 4,769 lbs.
94 Bolt Down Locations
Area: 131 Sq. Feet
Door: FEMA 320 StormSafe Doors

 

TS26 - Tornado Shelter

Dim - 7'3"H x 26'W x 8'D
Weight - Approx. 6,278 lbs.
126 Bolt Down Locations
Area: 191 Sq. Feet
Door: FEMA 320 StormSafe Doors

 

TS34 - Tornado Shelter

Dim - 7'3"H x 34'W x 8'D
Weight - Approx. 7,776 lbs.
158 Bolt Down Locations
Area: 251 Sq. Feet
Door: FEMA 320 StormSafe Doors

 
 

TS42 - Tornado Shelter

Dim - 7'3"H x 42'W x 8'D
Weight - Approx. 9,295 lbs.
190 Bolt Down Locations
Area: 311 Sq. Feet
Door: FEMA 320 StormSafe Doors

 

 

 

Our Storm Shelters & Safe Rooms are built in accordance with specifications set forth by FEMA, the National Storm Shelter Association (NSSA), and the International Code Council (ICC). Our tornado shelters comply with the recommendations established in the documents: FEMA 320 - Taking Shelter from the Storm (written in conjunction with Texas Tech's Wind Engineering Research Center) and ICC-500. Securall Tornado Safe's FEMA 320/361/ICC-500 Proprietary Wall Assembly & FEMA 320/ICC-500 door assembly was tested and successfully passed missile impact resistance tests at Texas Tech University’s Wind Science and Engineering Research Center

Securall® Storm Safe Rooms are designed to be conveniently placed in your garage or basement. They will also work outdoors on a cement pad next to your house or barn, should you prefer. These units arrive completely assembled for easy installation. All you need to do is place and bolt down. With heavy-duty bolt down anchors to hold it in place, and sturdy steel walls capable of resisting the strongest storm winds and debris impacts, these units provide emergency shelter when and where you need it, which during a tornado is HERE AND NOW!!

Safe Room Funding - Grants, funding opportunities and various initiatives are available for individuals wishing to build a residential safe room. See the resources below for additional information:

SBA Disaster Loans - Homeowners who receive a disaster assistance loan from the U.S. Small Business Administration (SBA) to repair or rebuild a damaged or destroyed home may use some of the loan proceeds to construct a safe room. The SBA can also increase the approved disaster loan by up to 20 percent to cover the cost of adding a safe room.

Community Development Block Grant Funds - On December 3, 2003, the President signed into law the Tornado Shelters Act (Public Law 108-146), which amends the Housing and Community Development Act of 1974, authorizing communities to use community development block grant funds to construct tornado safe shelters in manufactured home parks. To be eligible, a storm shelter must be located in a neighborhood or park that contains at least 20 units, consists predominately of low- and moderate-income households, and is in a state where a tornado has occurred within the current year or last 3 years. The storm shelter must comply with tornado-appropriate safety and construction standards, be large enough to accommodate all members of the park/neighborhood, and be located in a park/neighborhood that has a warning siren. Community development block grant funds are funded through HUD.

Storm Safe Rooms & Shelters also work great as secure storage units. Their fully welded construction and heavy duty door with 3 locking mechanisms make a durable and tamper-resistant place to store your valuable possessions or secure your guns and other weapons from unauthorized persons. The spacious inside dimensions allow for the storage of items too large for standard home safes.


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