Concrete Storm Shelters
Concrete Storm Shelters Help Keep You Safe
Storms in the Midwest can quickly turn on a dime! Are you and your family correctly informed and prepared with a concrete Storm Shelter – MO & KS?
Knowing Safety Rules can help save your life
Severe weather often develops quickly, so you must know severe weather safety rules before the storm hits. Many times, only minutes are available to react when a severe thunderstorm or tornado threatens. Lost seconds can be the difference between life and death.
- If you are caught outdoors, you should seek shelter in a basement, shelter, or sturdy building. If you cannot, quickly walk to a shelter.
- Immediately get into a vehicle, buckle your seat belt, and try to drive to the closest sturdy shelter.
- If flying debris occurs while you are driving, pull over and park.
The King Piers team wants to ensure you and your family are safe during any storm. We offer concrete storm shelters as part of our service offerings because we care about your safety.
Selecting the right storm shelter for you
Small sized storm shelters are usually 3′ x 5′ x 6′ and can accommodate 4 – 6 people.
Regular sized storm shelters are usually 4′ x 8′ x 4.5′ and can accommodate 6 – 8 people
Large sized storm shelters are usually 5′ x 8′ x 5′ and can accommodate 8 – 14 people. .