If your property is the middle of a drought or the midst of a hurricane, the most secure place to find a haven during the storm is underground. There are a variety of storm shelters, which range from small residential shelters to huge, super-school-sized emergency shelters. The best part is that these kinds of shelters aren't expensive, so you'll save a lot of money.
Below-ground shelters are much easier to construct than above-ground storm shelters. They're simply placed in the hole and backfilled with concrete. When the weather turns bad enough the lid is put on and the Shelter is bolted to the concrete slab. Because they're built under the ground, they're much more secure than shelters built above ground. You won't be concerned about a damp roof or uncomfortable conditions.
There are shelters that you can put in your garage, and also above-ground storm shelters. This type of shelter is similar to the other underground storm shelters, except that it's located under the garage. The only difference is that above-ground shelters are built of high-quality steel and must conform to the specifications of FEMA and local codes. It is the best way to protect your home. However it is recommended you engage a professional to assist you with obtaining permits and construct your storm shelter.