Whether your property is in the middle of a drought or the middle of a hurricane, the best place to find safe refuge during an emergency is underground. There are several different types of storm shelters, which range from small residential shelters to massive, super-school-sized emergency shelters. The best part is that these shelters are inexpensive, so you'll save a lot of money.
Below-ground shelters are much easier to install than above-ground storm shelters. Shelters are simply lowered into the hole, then filled with concrete. When the weather gets enough severe, the lid is set and the Shelter is bolted to the concrete slab. They are safer than shelters that are above ground because they're built beneath the ground. You will not need to worry about an unattractive roof or damp conditions.
In addition to above-ground storm shelters there are also underground shelters you can install in your garage. The shelter is similar to other underground shelters , but it's located under your garage. The only difference is that the above-ground shelters are built of high-grade steel and must comply with the requirements of FEMA and local codes. The best way to protect your home is to construct your own storm shelter, but make sure you hire an expert and obtain the proper permits before proceeding.