Storm Defense Shelters - Safety Below the Storm

Protecting Families like Yours since 1987 from High Winds and Tornadoes

Your families needs the protection of an underground storm shelter or safe room which has been engineered and manufactured in the Midwest to withstand an EF5 tornado. For more than 25 years these shelters have been engineered to help keep families like yours safe from vicious storms.

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The 2016 torando season has seen several storms with 150 mile per hour winds. When one of these tornados is headed your way you will feel safer when you have a safe room or in-ground storm shelter for your family. These underground storm shelters can be installed in an existing garage. You will be able to enter your in-ground storm shelter without going outside or moving your car. Simply put, your loved ones will have a safe place to go.

The storm shelter lid is nearly flush with the garage floor and will not cost you any living space. (Learn More)

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These storm shelters have been engineered for your safety.

  • NSSA Approved For your safety
  • Heavy Duty Steel Construction
  • Commercial Grade Weatherproofing
  • 2 Safety Ladders and Handrail
  • Back Door Release from Inside
  • Built in Steps, and Seats
  • Rubber Backed Carpet.
  • Solid ¼” Steel Doors
  • Rust Resistant Coating
  • Outside Lock Sliding Door Design
  • Built in Ventilation



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Did you know? The United States is the world capital of tornadoes. The worst tornadoes form from super cell thunderstorms when warm, moist air is trapped underneath cool, dry air and when high altitude winds high up travel in different directions than those at ground level. This setup is most common over the central United States in spring when warm Gulf air meets cold Arctic air and the jet stream dips back down,

What can happen in these storms is that rising warm air hits that change in wind direction and begins to rotate like a pinwheel. The heat continues to build underneath the pinwheel until it punches through this "cap" and turns the pinwheel on its side, creating a mass of rotating clouds called a mesocyclone that can spawn a tornado. This setup is most common over Tornado Alley

Tornado season can't reliably be forecasted.

There's no forecast method for the whole of tornado season. Large-scale atmospheric patterns, such as the El Nino-La Nina can affect how a tornado season plays out but it is not predictable. Tornados occur all year round. You need to be prepared.


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Storm Defense Shelters
16671 Southwest State Road 
Benton, KS 67017