FamilySAFE Certified Tornado Shelters and Safe Rooms

Certified, in-home Storm Shelters. The FamilySAFE was one of the first complete prefabricated steel saferoom to pass all tornado testing at Texas Tech University. We can install your new saferoom in as little as an hour. Find out why we say there’s peace of mind with the FamilySAFE.

Shelter used in Moore, OK

Shelter used in Moore, OK

Our Texas Tech “certified” tornado shelters have been installed in over 7000 homes, businesses and government facilities throughout the Midwest.

As severe weather moves east, so are we. We are one of the most experienced tornado shelter companies in the United States. Two decades ago our founder wanted to ensure his families safety in the event of a Tornado or home invasion. He soon discovered a lack of affordable alternatives to conventional storm cellars and panic rooms. 

An industry innovator, FamilySAFE is a leader in the field. From our standard 4X6 model to custom units, your peace of mind is our number one goal. Family Safe is the only storm shelter company endorsed and trained by HILTI, and who’s anchorage systems are designed by HILTI, including spacing frequency, and anchor sizing for every shelter. That’s reliability you can count on.

In addition, FamilySAFE is the only shelter ever tested with a person inside during F5 impact testing. That’s how confident we are in our shelters. Our safe rooms are certified and were designed by several independent engineers. Our shelters meet or exceed every standard in the United States and are available in various models and sizes to suit your needs. Our safe rooms are even certified and used by Military Bases across the US.

FamilySAFE Southeast strives to build the very best storm shelter… at the very best price!

Safe-room-installed-in-garageFamilySAFE was a founding member of the National Storm Shelter Association (NSSA). We believe in a high standard for the industry and produce shelters with standards exceeding those of FEMA, Texas Tech, ICC and the NSSA.

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