Underground is the best place to find safety in the midst or at the worst of an storm, no matter the location of your home in the midst a drought or a hurricane. There are a variety of storm shelters, ranging from small shelters for residential use to huge, super-school-sized emergency shelters. These shelters are extremely affordable, which is a great option to save money.
In contrast to above-ground storm shelters which require digging a hole in the ground below-ground shelters are simple to install. Shelters are simply dropped into the hole, and later filled with concrete. When the weather gets bad enough the lid is put in place, and the Shelter is bolted to the concrete slab. They are safer than shelters that are above ground since they are constructed beneath the ground. You won't be concerned about the dampness of your roof or uncomfortable conditions.
There are shelters that you can install in your garage, as well as above-ground storm shelters. This shelter is comparable to other underground shelters , but it's situated under your garage. The only difference between above-ground shelters and underground shelters is that they are made of high-grade steel. They must also be in compliance with local codes and FEMA requirements. The best method to secure your home is to construct your own storm shelter, but be sure to hire an expert and obtain the right permits before you begin.