In Ground Shelter   $2,800

Designed by FEMA Standards

to withstand an EF4 Tornado


• Protection for 8+ people


• Exterior Dimensions:  5’ wide x 8’ long x 6’8” high


• Interior Dimensions:  4’4” wide x 7’6” long x 6’3” high


• 2’ x 3’ steel door with easy open hydraulic assist door,

  and double safety latch


• 3 interior concrete steps for easy access


• Blends in with natural surroundings


• 4” thick high-strength concrete, reinforced with iron mesh,

  rebar and fiber mesh


• Total Weight: 8,600 lbs.


• Owner Provides Excavation and Backfilling Services


• Excavation Measurements: 6’ wide x 9’ long x 40” deep


• Complete and ready for use in less than 2 hours!


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Concrete Storm Shelters

Walk In Shelter   $3,300

Designed by FEMA Standards

to withstand an EF4 Tornado


• Protection for 11+ people


• Exterior Dimensions:  6’2” wide x 8’2” long x 6’8” high


• Interior Dimensions:  5’6” wide x 7’6” long x 5’ 11” high


• 4” thick high-strength concrete, reinforced with iron mesh, rebar and fiber mesh


• Total Weight: 7 tons


• Blends in with natural surroundings


• Utilize for off season storage


• Safe, secure storage for hazardous materials


• Easy handicap access through 3’ wide steel walk door


• Complete and ready for use in less than 2 hours!

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Shelter Prices Include Delivery within 150 miles of Bonesteel, So. Dak. (57317)

Additional Mileage: $4.50 per Loaded Mile

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“Thank You a Million Times!!!!!!! The tornado shelter you sold to our daughter and her husband a few years ago saved their lives and their employees at Pilger Sand and Gravel in the EF 4 tornado a week ago. We can not express the great appreciation that they have the shelter. They were in it and survived while everything around them was demolished.”

- N&LP  (June 2014)


Just about everything else including buildings, equipment, conveyors - has been destroyed. About four years ago, the Willers installed a 6-by-8 concrete storm shelter. It was credited with saving lives.


Willers said before the tornadoes hit, they didn’t hear the tornado siren because of their location about two miles south of Pilger. But eight people entered into the shelter anyway. Soon they realized a tornado was outside, believing that a propane tank, car and possibly loader all hit the shelter as it came through. The shelter withstood the blows and remained intact.


When the employees got out of the shelter, they saw destruction: all of the buildings leveled, vehicles destroyed, glass broken and other damage to equipment and trees.


“We are just so thankful nobody got hurt,” Willers said.



>>> Watch KSFY News story about the safety of our Shelters

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