As the severity of tornadoes in the Tennessee Valley
has increased, so has interest in the installation of
home storm shelters. A continual stream of visitors
checked out the interiors of two Fiberglas styles from
Safety 1st Storm Shelters. Owner Jeff Brock, right,
said the in-ground shelters are available in sizes that
hold six, eight, 10, 12 or even 20 people. The steel,
weather-resistant, impact-tested door, shown upper
right, is the only visible part of the shelter once it is
installed.
As the severity of tornadoes in the Tennessee Valley has increased, so has interest in the installation of home storm shelters. A continual stream of visitors checked out the interiors of two Fiberglas styles from Safety 1st Storm Shelters. Owner Jeff Brock, right, said the in-ground shelters are available in sizes that hold six, eight, 10, 12 or even 20 people. The steel, weather-resistant, impact-tested door, shown upper right, is the only visible part of the shelter once it is installed.
Photo by Susan Pierce .
published Friday, March 7th, 2014
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