If your property is in the midst of a drought or the middle of a hurricane, the best place to find safe refuge during a storm is underground. There are a variety of storm shelters that are available, from small residential shelters to huge emergency shelters that are used in schools. And the most important thing is that these shelters aren't expensive, so you'll save a lot of money.
Below-ground shelters are a lot easier to construct than above-ground storm shelters. They're simply placed in the hole, and then backfilled with concrete. If the weather is bad enough, the lid is set and the Shelter is secured to the concrete slab. They are more secure than shelters that are above ground because they're built below the ground. You don't need to worry about the dampness of your roof or uncomfortable conditions.
There are underground shelters you can install in your garage, in addition to above-ground storm shelters. This type of shelter is similar to the other underground storm shelters, minus that it is installed beneath the garage. The only difference is that the above-ground shelters are made of high-quality steel and must comply with the requirements of FEMA and local codes. The best way to safeguard your home is to construct your own storm shelter, but be sure you hire a professional and get the appropriate permits prior to starting.