From the category archives: Tornado Blog

Steel storm shelters

Storm Warnings in DFW for March 24! How to Stay Safe.

Spring storm warnings have begun – How to stay safe:

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American Tornado Master featured on new HouseTalkTexas radio

New HouseTalkTexas radio program features homeowner tips and tricks. Hear the American Tornado Master segment in the "read more." The show also at times features Mark Davis and Sean Hannity:

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2017 – 40 Years in Business; Serving with Safe Shelters

Cannot celebrate tornadoes. But you can celebrate American Tornado Master's 40 years of trusted products and your safety!

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Include a Safe Severe Weather Shelter in 4th Quarter Budgeting

Construct your tornado shelter or plan for your safety now, before the holidays:

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When to plan for your severe weather, tornado shelter installation

See severe weather shelter installations, discover the optimal time:

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Best time to install your severe weather shelter is...

Best time of year to install your severe weather shelter:

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Watch below-ground concrete and above-ground steel storm shelter installations:

Watch installations of below and above-ground tornado shelters from American Tornado Master:

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American Tornado Master shelter survives Dec. 2015 tornado!

See photos of a severe weather shelter that totally withstood a Dec. 2015 tornado in Waxahachie, Texas:

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Texas tornadoes do happen at night, and during every month of the year

Tornadoes can and DO happen at night, in daylight, in North Texas, in Southern Oklahoma, and in all twelve months:

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While you were sleeping in DFW

If severe weather hits overnight, do you have truly safe place to go? • Thanksgiving hours:

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