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  • Anna, TX -- 8' x 16' x 7' tall shelter at a 441 acre Arabian Horse Ranch. The shelters has two 36 inch wide entrances and an interior divider bulkhead wall with a locking door.
  • Ardmore, Oklahoma -- This 5' x 6' x 6' shelter was installed in the front yard of a home which backs to a creek. The homeowner supplied these photos of the installation process.
  • Garland, Texas -- 6' x 8' x 6 shelter was installed in a tight space next to the back patio. It took about 4 1/2 hours to complete the installation in easily excavated soil. The home owners are delighted.
  • Fort Worth, Texas -- Narrow access to North Fort Worth home required a small track hoe to do the excavation. This 5' x 6' shelter weighs about 1,600 pounds and accommodates six people. Per the homeowner, "The shelter is the hit of the neighborhood!"
  • Rockwall, Texas -- NBC Channel 5 (Dallas/Fort Worth) Anchor Gretchen Carlson did a live broadcast on the 10:00 PM news from a customer's home during "Get Out Alive Week." We are grateful to our customers for allowing Channel 5 to visit with them and to Channel 5 for informing people about tornado preparedness.
  • Searcy, Arkansas -- SteelClad Safe Room for installation in a new custom home built by Hunter Construction Company. This 8' x 10' x 7'-6" SteelClad Safe Room is accessible as part of the master closet.
  • New York City??? -- As seen on Good Morning America and the Today Show. Yes, even folks in the Big Apple need protecting. Take a peek at our highly customized "bunkers" provided to MTV (Music Television) for their end of the millennium Webcast and TV broadcast events.
 
 
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