7x10 Jumbo Slope Front Storm Shelter
Keep your family safe from severe weather in our 7×10 jumbo slope front storm shelter. This storm shelter can be installed in your yard, as long as access is available, and looks great installed into a slope. You can comfortably fit 12-14 people in this style storm shelter, so there is plenty of elbow room.
The jumbo slope front storm shelter is great for larger families or those who want extra elbow room.
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7x10 Jumbo Slope Front Storm Shelter Features
Our manufacturer takes pride in their work and it shows in the craftsmanship of the storm shelters we install. Below ground storm shelters installed by Sprague’s Backhoe are built to withstand an F5 tornado. Each 7×10 jumbo slope front storm shelter has the following features:
These storm shelters include a stamped concrete design and a steel powder coated door and steps, which will help minimize rusting.
This model has 6 steps with a double handrail.
To maximize air flow in each storm shelter, there is an 8″ turbine and a 3″ vent on each unit.
Flat top storm shelters have an anti-floatation ring around the bottom.
Our storm shelters are 6,000 PSI reinforced pre-cast concrete with 1/2″ rebar on 10″ centers.
The doors are vertically reinforced steel with a triple latch system and has been tested at Texas Tech University.
All storm shelters installed by Sprague’s Backhoe meet or exceed FEMA 320 & ICC 500 guidelines.
Storm shelters with a sloped front come with a 10 year limited manufacturer’s warranty.
Each below ground storm shelter is delivered as a one-piece unit and made in Oklahoma.
The bottoms of our below ground storm shelters are coated with Epro, a water-resistant coating.
CHOOSING A STORM SHELTER COMPANY: WHAT YOU SHOULD KNOW
We’ve compiled a list of the most important things you should know and look for when choosing a storm shelter company.
It is the homeowner’s responsibility to obtain a storm shelter permit from their city office, if required, but each city has different requirements and pricing. Visit our storm shelter permits blog post or call your city office for more information.
We get asked this all the time. The answer is no. They are equally safe.
The best place to put a storm shelter is in a location that is easily accessible, close to the home, and free from potential hazards such as falling trees or power lines.