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Security and Storm Shelters
TruPrep is happy to offer Valley Storm Shelters through Steel Ready Storm Shelters.
From Valley Storm Shelter:
We at Valley Storm Shelters researched storm shelters for over two years. We traveled thousands of miles and spent hundreds of hours researching and reviewing designs. Our research, in conjunction with the work of talented and knowledgeable engineers, has resulted in a shelter that is undoubtedly the best on the market.
Research was focused on three types of materials commonly used to make storm shelters. Specifically, they are steel, fiberglass, and concrete. Our research has led us to believe that some fiberglass shelters are not safe. Underground concrete shelters can sweat, become moldy, crack, and seep water. We determined that steel is undoubtedly the best material to be used in the manufacture of storm shelters. Our professional fabricators have given an outstanding effort in the fabrication of several prototypes. Results of this hard work led to our final design. Valley Storm Shelters has succeeded in building the safest, strongest, heaviest steel shelter/safe room available.
Engineered and constructed to surpass FEMA's 320/361 design and construction guid-ance for residential and community safe rooms. Each shelter comes with engineer cer-tification stating that it will withstand the destructive capabilities of 250 mph winds (EF5 tornado). These storm shelters were tested at the Wind Science and Engineer-ing Research Center, Debris Impact Test Facility at Texas Tech University. Val-ley Storm Shelters is also a member in good standing with the National Storm Shelter Association of which products must meet the highest of standards for the company to be allowed to join. We are confident your investment will keep you, your family and your valuables safe for years to come.
Each shelter comes with a serial number and Certificate of Installation stating that the shelter's design, construction, and installation complies with the ICC/NSSA 500-2008, The International Code Council/National Storm Shelter Association Standard for Design and Construction of Storm Shelters, and the tornado design criteria for safe rooma presented in FEMA 320-2008, "Taking Shelter form the Storm: Building a Safe Room for your Home or Small Business."
These shelters are great for indoor or outdoor protection:
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