We started as a local storm shelter company.

RemainSafe originally launched as a local storm shelter company focused on serving the people of Alabama. Having experienced some of the most devastating tornadoes in recent history, we realized the critical need for better storm protection in the Southeastern United States. Our safety shelters have been installed in hundreds of homes across the region the past ten years.

We're building a national brand to save lives.

RemainSafe understands there's more to emergency preparedness and survival than just storm shelters. In a rapidly changing world of dangerous situations, we have adapted our mission to include education, training, and additional products to ensure greater safety to the people in our country. Our goal is to grow our brand and extend our capabilities to save as many lives as possible.

We partner with leading providers in the industry.

RemainSafe doesn't take emergency preparedness and survival lightly. But unfortunately we can't meet the demands for every need. Therefore we have forged strong alliances with local and national brands in order expand our offerings. Our team thoroughly researches, tests, and uses each product we represent. This ensures 100% confidence in what we recommend for personal safety.

Meet Our Executive Team

The RemainSafe team is made up of people from all walks of life with a variety of experiences, but we're all focused on one mission: saving lives!

Andy Smith, RemainSafe

Andy Smith

CEO
Katie Belz, RemainSafe

Katie Belz

Accounting
Kevin Belz, RemainSafe

Kevin Belz

VP of Operations
Bryan Askew, RemainSafe

Bryan Askew

Sales Manager
Jordan Triplett, RemainSafe

Jordan Triplett

Customer Experience
James Dalman, RemainSafe

James Dalman

Marketing

We are serious about safety, but love to have fun.

RemainSafe is extremely passionate about saving lives and providing the proper resources for overcoming danger. Yet it's also important for us to be different than other emergency preparedness companies. This is why we strive to avoid the doomsday prepper stereotypes. Scare tactics and fear won't help us live better lives. Instead we say prepare for the worst but expect the best ... and live to the fullest!

“There is always a part of my mind that is preparing for the worst, and another part of my mind that believes if I prepare enough for it, the worst won’t happen.”

― Kay Redfield Jamison