Taking shelter from storms


My newest client as a freelance publicist is The Protector Underground Tornado Shelter. The company distributes and installs underground fiberglass shelters at homes, hotels or anywhere else people and their families need to take shelter from tornadoes and other deadly storms.

Ed Cagle, an experienced commercial developer and builder, is the distributor and installer. The manufacturer is a Texas company with 30 years’ experience in the fiberglass industry, so it’s made in the USA. Ed’s phone number is (423) 894-7995. Tell him you saw this on my blog.

The Protector Underground Tornado Shelter is certified to meet FEMA’s 320 guideline, which means a cellar door can resist the debris dropped by a tornado traveling at 250 mph. Fiberglass is water resistant and resists mildew and mold, so it will last throughout time without cracking and leaking like the early-1900s shelters your grandparents had.

Three sizes are available: seating for 6, 8, or 12-15 people.

The website is here for more information on shelter amenities, its testing to meet FEMA standards, and more. Or you can post on my blog if you have any questions or observations.

The Protector Underground Tornado Shelter is certified to meet FEMA’s 320 guideline, which means a cellar door can resist the debris dropped by a tornado traveling at 250 mph.

Three sizes are available: seating for 6, 8, or 12-15 people.

We have our own manufacturing facilities in Texas and products are made in the USA.

Benefits:

  • ·        Installation takes only 4 to 5 hours
  • ·        Handrails & carpeted steps for safe entry
  • ·        3-point locking door
  • ·        Bench seats with leg & head room for comfort
  • ·        Storage shelves for supplies like flashlights, radio & cell phone
  • ·        Durable fiberglass construction is waterproof and mildew resistant
  • ·        Well-ventilated
  • ·        10-year warranty by manufacturer with 30 years’ experience in fiberglass manufacturing industry
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About Jason Reynolds
I'm a reporter, blogger, husband and aspiring author. When I'm not working, spending time with the family, or reading (which is quite a bit), I enjoy cooking, traveling, photography and wrangling my family's cats and chickens.

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