Families in Georgia understand that tornados can happen at any time of the year. Ground Zero Shelter offers families a way to no longer let storms intimidate them. Our tornado shelters are bolted into your home with bolts that are strong enough to withstand 10,000 psi of shear strength. Our team is proud to say that we serve the entire state of Georgia. Whether you live in Atlanta or Macon, we would love to keep you and your family safe with our tornado shelters. If you need additional information or are ready to install yours today, don’t hesitate to reach out.
Georgia generally sees two main severe storm seasons a year. The most active months for severe storms and tornados are March, April, and May. Unlike most states, Georgia is prone to tornados state-wide. Most appear in the mid-afternoon to early evening time frame. You may be wondering how many tornados Georgia gets a year. The answer isn’t exactly straightforward. Researchers have studied storm patterns paying close attention to supercells that create tornados. On average, Georgia used to get about 15-20 tornados a year. Currently, meteorologists suspect at least 20 a year.
Preparing for storm season or any emergency may seem like a daunting task. Planning ahead can help remove the panic and fear, allowing you and your loved ones to enact a rehearsed plan that ensures everyone stays safe and that nothing important is missed. The first thing we recommend is getting a tornado shelter built. Our storm shelters can quickly be installed in about two hours and exceed FEMA standards. When you bunked into our shelter, you can rest easy knowing you and your family will be safe. Here are some additional tips to prepare for storm season:
Ground Zero Shelters was founded in 2004 after a severe tornado hit our home state, and our family had no place to seek shelter. Since that day, our family’s goal has been to protect other families from tornados while at an affordable price. Storm shelters in Georgia are one way our company is trying to fulfill our initial promise. Don’t hesitate to explore our site or call us to learn more about our tornado shelters and how our family can help protect yours.