UNDERGROUND TORNADO SHELTERS AND SAFE ROOMS IN TULSA, OK

It might seem like Tulsa doesn't get hit with tornadoes as often as the rest of Oklahoma, but in truth Tulsa has a long history of violent and dangerous storms - and another one could happen at any time. A dedicated, expert-built storm shelter or safe room is the only safe place to be during a storm. At Thunderground Storm Shelters, we’ve designed underground storm shelters and above ground safe rooms Tulsa families and businesses can depend on.

Not all storm shelters and safe rooms in Tulsa are built to the same standard. Many companies who install storm shelters or safe rooms in Tulsa, OK cut corners to increase their profits. Some shelters aren’t even built to meet FEMA standards.

Why are Thunderground storm shelters and safe rooms better than the rest?

• Actually designed by an engineer, not just an engineer seal
• Built to meet or exceed FEMA specifications
• Certified by the National Wind Institute at Texas Tech University
• Rated to withstand an EF-5 tornado
• Constructed with ¼” steel doors
• Tall enough for a 6’3” person to stand in

And since our storm shelters are built to FEMA standards, Tulsa storm shelter customers qualify for storm shelter rebates when available.

Keep your family safe from violent storms in Tulsa, Oklahoma.

Don’t take chances with your family’s safety, and don't wait for history to repeat itself before you act. Let us show you how our underground storm shelters and above ground safe rooms can keep you and your loved ones protected when mother nature strikes the Tulsa metro area.

405.310.3527

THUNDERGROUND STORM SHELTERS
1839 ATCHISON DR. | NORMAN,OK 73069
P. 405.310.3527 | F. 405.701.4022
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THUNDERGROUND STORM SHELTERS
1217 Sovereign Row #103 | Oklahoma City,OK 73108
P. 405.310.3527 | F. 405.701.4022

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