Keep your family safe from severe weather in our 6×8 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 10-12 people in this style storm shelter, so there is plenty of elbow room.
The slope front storm shelter is for you if you are looking for a budget-friendly way to protect your family from severe weather.
This is our most popular storm shelter.
After checking into several storm shelter companies, we chose to use Sprague’s. We could NOT be happier! They were amazing and so easy to communicate with. They worked around our hectic schedule to make sure we got the storm shelter in as soon as possible. We have never felt safer during storm season and our kiddos are ecstatic! We would absolutely recommend them. If you’re looking for a storm shelter, call them! – Rachel K., Oklahoma City, OK
Sprague’s Backhoe installed our storm shelter. They were so easy to work with and helped with all the FEMA paperwork. Stacey was so patient to answer all of my many questions. I recommend them over anyone. It’s a great company, run by great people. – Trena L., Tuttle, OK
Slope Front 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 powder coated door
- Inside dimensions 6′ x 8′ x 6’2″
- Stamped rock pattern
- Doors have been tested at Texas Tech University
- Built to withstand an F5 tornado
- 6,000 PSI reinforced pre-cast concrete
- 8″ turbine and 3″ vent
- Epro (Water resistant coating)
- Shelters meet or exceed FEMA 320 & ICC 500 guidelines
- Made in Oklahoma
- Delivered as a one-piece unit
- 6 steel powder coated steps with double handrail
Slope Front Storm Shelter Pricing
Because customer satisfaction is our priority, we believe pricing should be transparent. All storm shelter pricing listed on our website includes tax and installation.
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.
Extra Services & Fees
After we install your slope front storm shelter, we will backfill and dress up your yard to the best of our ability. There will be about a dump truck load of dirt leftover. Dirt haul off is available for an extra fee, which will be discussed at the time of scheduling. 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 to get on our schedule but payment is due in full at the time of installation.
Slope Front Storm Shelter Installation
Below is a sped-up video of a storm shelter installation from start to finish. Sprague’s Backhoe installed this storm shelter in 2017 in Tuttle, Oklahoma.