Ground Zero Shelters, Co. would love to help protect you and your family from impending storms. We service the entire state of Tennessee from Memphis to Nashville and everywhere in between. We will work with you to find the storm shelter that works best for your needs. Our family-owned and -operated company offers several tornado storm shelter options in Tennessee. A tornado can strike when you least expect it, so you better be prepared. Our dust-free installation process is fairly simple, taking five hours or less on average. If you would like additional information about ordering a storm shelter from us, please contact us today!
Our above-ground safe rooms provide protection against severe storms, home invasions, and other life-threatening situations. We can customize your home’s safe room as small as 4’ x 4’ or as large as 9’ x 10’ to suit your family’s needs. No matter the size, our above-ground safe rooms offer near-absolute protection and peace of mind during even the worst of storms. We install most safe rooms inside garages, although we can install one wherever you would like during the new home construction process. Each safe room is anchored securely to the concrete slab using a Hilti bolt anchoring system, with each bolt able to withstand 10,000 PSI of sheer pressure. Each comes with a lifetime warranty (refer to your contract for specific details about what’s covered under the warranty).
Since 2004, Ground Zero Shelters, Co. has offered premium storm shelters meeting or exceeding FEMA (Federal Emergency Management Agency) and ICC (International Code Council) standards. Based in Oklahoma, our family-owned and -operated business now serves customers spanning the United States, including Tennessee, Kentucky, Illinois, Indiana, Iowa, Kansas, Nebraska, Texas, Ohio, and West Virginia. We not only design and fabricate our storm shelters, but we also provide expert installation and carry out warranty work to ensure your satisfaction. The Wind Science & Engineering Research Center at Texas Tech University tests all of our storm shelters thoroughly to ensure their durability upon impact. Read our testimonials to learn more about well we take care of our customers.
Whether you live in Nashville or Memphis, Tennessee tornados can be dangerous and unpredictable. Tennessee is considered part of Dixie Alley, which is the region of the Southeastern United States with a higher risk of developing tornados. Check out our Tennessee Tornado Facts Sheet for more local storm statistics. When you’re ready to install a FEMA-approved tornado storm shelter in your Tennessee home, give us a call. Our storm shelters and safe rooms offer superior protection from the worst storms.