Keep your family safe from severe weather in our 6×8 flat top storm shelter. This storm shelter can be installed in a yard or a new construction garage or shop. You can comfortably fit 8-10 people in this style storm shelter.

This storm shelter is for you if you like the idea of being completely underground and you don’t want to look outside and see it.


Customer Reviews

We had our storm shelter installed today and highly recommend Sprague’s Backhoe, Stacey and Jack were both great throughout the entire process. We called around to several companies and they were by far the best. I love the fact that they are local and they made us feel comfortable from the very beginning. Thank you guys so much! – Jamie H., Tuttle, OK


Flat Top Storm Shelter Features

Our manufacturer takes pride in their work and it shows in the craftsmanship of the shelters we install.

  • Triple latch system on all doors
  • 10 year limited manufacturer’s warranty
  • Vertically reinforced steel primered door
  • Inside dimensions 6′ x 8′ x 6’2″
  • Doors tested at Texas Tech University
  • Built to withstand an F5 tornado
  • 6,000 PSI reinforced pre-cast concrete
  • 8″ turbine  and 3″ vent
  • Shelters meet or exceed FEMA 320 & ICC 500 guidelines
  • Made in Oklahoma
  • Delivered as a one-piece unit
  • 6 steel steps with double handrail

Storm Shelter Pricing

Because customer satisfaction is our priority, we believe pricing should be transparent. Therefore, all storm shelter pricing listed on our website includes tax and installation.

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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.

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Extra Services & Fees

After we install your flat top storm shelter, we will backfill and dress up your yard to the best of our ability. There will be about 2 dump truck loads of dirt leftover, so dirt haul off is available for an extra fee. However, most homeowners choose to keep their dirt if space allows.

Installations over 50 miles away could incur a travel charge, which will also be discussed at the time of scheduling.

No down payment is required but payment is due in full at the time of installation.

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