Protecting Your Family, Neighbors, and Employees

We design and build above ground shelters that are tested and comply with the most stringent testing and construction requirements. You can rest assured your shelter is "built to protect".

Saving Lives Since 2011

From Small Companies to Large Warehouses, to Municipalities and Schools, We Protect Them All.

Industries We Serve

Municipal Government Complexes
Manufacturing Facilities
Healthcare Facilities
Oil and Gas

The RemainSafe Difference

We were founded because of tornadoes, and for a desire to protect people that find themselves in the path of severe storms. We are motivated to provide well-built steel storm shelters and safe rooms. 

We want to ensure the process of selecting a storm shelter is straightforward. It doesn't have to be confusing!

Proper Shelter Installation

Select the appropriate storm shelter based on the number of people it must protect and the type of installations. We have different sizes to ensure we can accommodate your space and the number of people you need to protect.

Get a Quote

Contact us to get a quick quote via phone or web.


Shelter is Built with project status regularly communicated.

Install On Site

Rest Easy Knowing You are Protected


“Great Product, Fantastic People and Service.”

- Keith Glenn

“Great group of people.  Always willing to go the extra mile to help you find a solution.”

- Melody Snell

“Amazing to do business with.  Excellent work ethic and product.”

- Teresa Tester

“I am beyond happy with Remain Safe. He was very helpful, knowledgeable, and kind.
They made the process easy & enjoyable. The shelter exceeded my expectations.

I truly felt like they cared about me & my family.”

- Rickie Gomez

“Quality of shelter looks outstanding.”

- Nathan Turner

Delivering the Confidence, You Deserve.

  • Exceeds FEMA 320/361 (2021) guidelines for Storm Shelters

  • Better Business Bureau (BBB) A+ Accredited

  • Exceeds ASTM 330 guidelines for static pressure testing

  • Professionally Engineered and Stamped blueprints and drawings

  • Exceeds ICC-500 (2020) guidelines for Storm Shelters