Guardian

The Guardian above-ground storm shelter from Atlas Safe Rooms accommodates up to 6 people and measures 4' 5" wide x 4' 5" deep with a 6' 5" height .

Easy Install

Unlike a concrete shelter or welded box, modular panels are brought in one at a time and installed anywhere a suitable concrete slab is present.

Convenient To Use

Unlike an in-ground shelter, your Atlas Safe Room will be convenient to access, so you’re more likely to use it.

Easy To Escape

Unlike concrete, welded or in-ground shelters, the Guardian’s modular design and in-shelter wrenches give you multiple emergency exits.

Guardian 4x4 Image

Guardian - $4,995

Standard Features

Emergency Exit Demonstration Image

Because each unit is constructed of modular panels, you never have to worry about being trapped inside if the door is blocked from the storm debris. After installation, two wrenches are left inside the shelter to remove the bolts on any panel, allowing for multiple emergency exits.

Hi-low air flow vent image Every two foot section of our storm shelter has both high and low stainless steel screened air vents. These vents are shielded for debris on the exterior and allow plenty of airflow.

Bolt locking mechanism image

The “Defender3” Model door on each Atlas Safe Room includes a spring-loaded vault-style handle that allows any user to easily engage the 3 bolt reinforced locking mechanism.

Image showing the lock installed in each Atlas Safe Room Each Atlas Safe Room storm shelter comes standard with a Grade 1 High Security keyed lock. Whether in a tornado, home invasion, or a secure place for valuables, once you enter an Atlas Safe Room, the danger outside will stay outside.
Image showing how each Atlas Safe Room Storm or Tornado Shelter is put together. Because each unit is constructed of modular panels, you never have to worry about being trapped inside if the door is blocked from the storm debris. After installation, two wrenches are left inside the storm shelter to remove the bolts on any panel, allowing for multiple emergency exits.
Image showing the places inside or outside an Atlas Safe Room can be placed. Modular design also means unmatched versatility. Because the above-ground storm shelter is installed in panel sections, it can be carried in one panel at a time and installed virtually anywhere. The most popular install locations are garages, closets and basements.

Frequently Asked Questions

Atlas uses expandable wedge concrete anchors. Watch the video here.
Atlas Safe Rooms have been tested at Texas Tech for EF-5 simulated projectile impact testing. Atlas has had multiple 3rd party engineer reviews to reinforce that our shelters meet and exceed required storm shelter codes and standards. Atlas Safe Rooms is a member and sits on the board as the President of the ATSA.
Atlas Safe Rooms EXCEED all of FEMA’s standards.

Overturning stability depends on the thickness (mass) of the concrete slab plus the distance the slab extends beyond the footprint of the shelter. Atlas engineering reveals that an 8” slab that extends 2’ beyond the shelter on each side is sufficient. Existing concrete slabs vary in thickness, steel reinforcement and build methods and therefore Atlas Safe Rooms certifies the structural integrity of the shelter alone.

  1. View the video and features listed on this page (above).
  2. Browse through models
  3. Schedule Free On-Site Visit

Of course, feel free to reach out at any point with any questions. Watch the video here.

Contact Atlas

Use this form to enter any question.

  • This field is for validation purposes and should be left unchanged.

Powered by

a creative division of ARC™