ShelterCube Max Above Ground Safe Room
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The Survive-a-Storm ShelterCube Max is a solid steel safe room that can be installed on any concrete pad--whether inside a home or on the exterior of the home. Measuring 8 feet x 8 feet x 7 feet, the Survive-a-Storm Max is spacious, intended for up to sixteen occupants. You can ride out the storm in the Survive-a-Storm ShelterCube Max safe room knowing that you will be protected against the elements. Our bolt-together system enables the installation of your above ground safe rooms in spaces where it may not otherwise be possible to install a safe room. Survive-a-Storm ShelterCube safe rooms are powder coated with a high-quality baked-on finish for that attractive, finished look that will last for many years to come.
Don't get caught without protection from the storm. Survive-a-Storm safe rooms are a great, affordable option for your tornado shelter needs.
ShelterCube Max Dimensions
8-Feet Wide x 8-Feet Deep x 7 Feet Tall
448 Cubic Feet
Rated for Up to 16 Occupants
ShelterCube Max Product Characteristics
|Heavy 10-gauage structural steel. We start with hot-rolled 10-gauage plate and process the steel through our automated equipment. The steel is bent to form structural channels and is then reinforced, giving you the strongest panel design available in the market.|
|Easy to assemble with basic tools. We understand that most safe room installations are made in existing structures, so we designed our Survive-a-Storm Safe Rooms with this in mind. Our panels bolt together and can be installed in a basement, garage, patio, or carport of an existing home. Watch our installation video to see just how easy it is to install our safe rooms. Two people can complete a typical installation in about 2 hours.|
|Texas Tech University tested. All of our products undergo stringent engineering and testing requirements to ensure that your safe room will provide safety when it is needed the most. Watch video of our shelters being tested at Texas Tech University.
|Three-point locking system with deadbolt. Survive-a-Storm safe rooms come equipped with our standard tornado-specific three-point locking system. The system has a deadbolt that allows the shelter to be locked.
|Precision CNC manufacturing. All of our safe rooms are sheared, formed, plasma cut, and punched through computer-controlled equipment. This guarantees that your safe room panels will fit together properly the first time.
|Rugged powdercoated finish. Our premium finish far outlasts the painted finish found on most of our competitors' products. You deserve a great-looking product that will stand up to the elements year-after-year.|
|Producer Member of the NSSA. This seal means something. You have the peace of mind of knowing that our company operates with the utmost integrity. Our products have been examined, reviewed, tested, and certified to be in compliance with FEMA 320 and 361 and ICC-500 requirements for residential and community safe rooms.
|Plans sealed by licensed professional engineer. All of our plans have been "sealed" by a licensed professional engineer. This means that a professional engineer has reviewed the plans to ensure that they are in conformance with applicable codes and specifications including ICC-500 and FEMA 320/361.
|Bolt-together design. Our safe rooms are designed to bolt together, making them easy to assemble INSIDE of an existing structure.|
|Massive anchors. Survive-a-Storm Safe Rooms employ massive 5/8-inch anchors and 1/2-inch anchor bolts. Our anchors are all engineered to make sure that your safe room will hold firm when riding out the worst of tornadoes and storms. Massive anchors are all included with your safe room investment.
|Accredited Member of the Better Business Bureau. Survive-a-Storm shelters is proud to be an accredited member of the Better Business Bureau with an "A" rating.
Carpeted installation template. Not only do we provide you with carpeting for your safe room, we've made our carpet so that it serves as a template for your anchor bolts! Talk about ingenious! We bought a steak dinner for Randy, our old salty hand who came up with that idea.