Norman, OK

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Norman, OK


3301 W. Main St.,
Norman, OK 73072



M-F: 9AM-6PM
Sat: 10AM – 5PM

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John Amis

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Norman, OK / Oklahoma City, OK

If you live in the Oklahoma City Area, you probably already know how important it is to have a storm shelter that is strong enough to handle tornado strength winds, quickly accessible, and can keep your family safe during a tornado.

Oklahoma City is no stranger to severe weather and tornadoes. Since 1890, there have been 175 tornadoes documented in Oklahoma City. As a matter of fact, there have been 26 times the Oklahoma City Area has been struck by two or more tornadoes on the same day.

As Oklahoma City has expanded, the number of times the OKC area has had tornadoes occur has increased. It makes perfect sense, but part of this is because of the training for tornado spotters has become much better in recent years. Growing city, trained spotters, radar technology, and the number of tornadoes caught on camera have all contributed to the increase in documented tornadoes.

What does this mean for you? Tornadoes are going to happen. History has shown us this painful truth. So now is the time to make sure you and your family are safe. Why not choose the most trusted name in above-ground storm shelters, Atlas Safe Rooms? Need more proof? Check out our learning center to get more information.

You can find a wealth of information about our safe rooms and storm shelters here on our website, but there’s really no substitute for being able to see an Atlas Safe Room in person. We also have a showroom Joplin, MO and one coming soon to Northwest Arkansas.

Our Storm Shelter Consultants are on-hand to give you a tour of a variety of safe room models, point out what makes Atlas different and answer any questions you may have. Feel free to drop in anytime during business hours, give us a call at 800.781.0112, or schedule a free onsite appointment.

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