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How to Build a Storm Shelter
Watch the full episode: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=A8fkVWLZOdc Plumbing and heating expert Richard Trethewey shows how to pour a massive concrete storm shelter. (See below for steps.) Click here to SUBSCRIBE to the official This Old House YouTube channel: http://www.youtube.com/subscription_center?add_user=thisoldhouse Steps for How to Build a Storm Shelter: 1. Cut out and remove the concrete slab from the garage floor, and dig down 28 inches. 2. Build a wooden form around the excavated hole to create the walls and ceiling of the concrete storm shelter. 3. Install metal rebar throughout the form to reinforce the concrete. 4. Use a concrete pump to fill the form with small-aggregate concrete. 5. Vibrate the concrete throughout the pour to eliminate voids and air bubbles. 6. Smooth the concrete on top of the storm shelter with a steel float. 7. Allow the concrete to cure for 24 hours, then strip away the wooden form. 8. Hang a sliding door and then hire an electrician to run power to the storm shelter for lights and outlets. Follow This Old House and Ask This Old House: Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/ThisOldHouse Twitter: https://twitter.com/thisoldhouse https://twitter.com/asktoh Pinterest: http://www.pinterest.com/thisoldhouse/ G+: https://plus.google.com/+thisoldhouse/posts Instagram: http://instagram.com/thisoldhouse Tumblr: http://thisoldhouse.tumblr.com/
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VIDEO - Aim High Academy plans to add storm shelter to its new home
Aim High Academy plans to add storm shelter to its new home
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Concrete block DIY Storm Shelter 12x20 foot
Early in 2012 I built a storm shelter for my family. It's a twelve by twenty concrete block structure designed to be bermed over. Total cost was just over $3,000. I made a video to walk people through the process; I had never done anything with concrete before this project, so this video is designed to take a beginner and explain everything I had to learn in order to do this. Well, maybe not everything, but a lot - the important stuff. The version of the video here is only the first half. I'm selling the whole video, and plans, etc at my website: www.diystormshelter.com
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My Root Cellar Storm Shelter
My root cellar /storm shelter I hope you can get some ideas from my video.
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Take A Look At The Bunker Lowes Sells
Here is a quick video of a bunker tornado storm shelter that they are selling at lowes. They are going for $3200 installed, cheap way to protect your family. If you guys like the gear I wear in the video help me out and order some from the links below, thanks a lot for all of the support you all give me. Keeping It Dutch P.O. Box 492 Pryor Ok, 74362 Marine Corp Patch https://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B01MAZ8744/ref=as_li_tl?ie=UTF8&tag=keepingitdutc-20&camp=1789&creative=9325&linkCode=as2&creativeASIN=B01MAZ8744&linkId=4e16579ef4eb8087989d416042f5ab31 Navy Patch https://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B01317R4RK/ref=as_li_tl?ie=UTF8&tag=keepingitdutc-20&camp=1789&creative=9325&linkCode=as2&creativeASIN=B01317R4RK&linkId=b74d366fedd880138555b91d6bb68317 Army Patch https://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B01DCFEMZI/ref=as_li_tl?ie=UTF8&tag=keepingitdutc-20&camp=1789&creative=9325&linkCode=as2&creativeASIN=B01DCFEMZI&linkId=58e2addb31c482c7b424a39f8aea100b Air Force Patch https://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B00WES48HC/ref=as_li_tl?ie=UTF8&tag=keepingitdutc-20&camp=1789&creative=9325&linkCode=as2&creativeASIN=B00WES48HC&linkId=e32c4fa136beacf5b90318c7115b428e Tactical Hat With Patch https://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B01MQJLPHC/ref=as_li_tl?ie=UTF8&tag=keepingitdutc-20&camp=1789&creative=9325&linkCode=as2&creativeASIN=B01MQJLPHC&linkId=3eaff81525a4277a54782dfced13f055
Views: 210792 Keeping It Dutch
56,000 pound Bunker living HURRICANE DIY STORM SHELTER ABOVE GROUND SAFE ROOM diy cement
Cape Coral This is a very strong storm shelter we built that cost $3500. It took 3 weeks to complete and was a lot of work. The storm shelter has a low 7 feet profile providing very strong wind ptotection.
Building a FEMA Approved DIY Storm Shelter
This video describes how I built a FEMA approved DIY "Safe Room" (storm shelter) for under $1,000 chrome-extension://oemmndcbldboiebfnladdacbdfmadadm/https://www.fema.gov/media-library-data/1418837502817-920f09bb8187ee15436712a3e82ce709/FEMA_P-320_2014-ConstructionPlans_508.pdf
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Homemade Storm Shelter
storm shelter being build by a rookie
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[HIGHLY RECOMMEDED] Storm Shelter Under Garage - Great American Storm Shelters
Call 1-800-915-7233 or view (http://takingshelter.com) to acquire a quote on setting up your tornado shelter. We install above and underground tornado shelters in your garage or backyard. Call today. America's premier tornado shelter dealer.
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Building Hurricane, Tornado, and Storm Resistant Concrete Homes using Aluminum Concrete Forms
The Precise Aluminum Forming System has been utilized very effectively for concrete homes, apartments, warehouses, prisons, as well as in the earth sheltered industry due to the systems versatility and ease of use. Almost any style home can be built out of concrete, including multistory home. The Precise Concrete Forms will enable you to form and pour the walls, beams, columns, deck, and roof in one continuous pour per level. The window and door openings are cast in place simultaneously with the walls and ceilings. With the rising amount of severe weather, all concrete structures are a definite alternative. The modular design of the Precise System permits unlimited configurations and architectural designs. Precise forms are available in the attractive smooth finish or our popular brick patterns. A pitched ledger is available for homes with a pitched roof. The Precise Forming System is simple to operate. Few tools are required and unskilled laborers are easily trained. Developers are setting and pouring a unit a day. Entire subdivisions have been built using the Precise Forming System.
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Bunkers and buried homes, 3 MISTAKES not to make
My buddy is building an underground bunker home. These are 3 mistakes that I think he may have made up to this point.
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Okay, you bought a used shipping container, you’re going to dig a hole and bury it, all done right? I’m afraid not. As a matter of fact, you may have a disaster on your hands and you don’t even know it yet. What was meant to be an inexpensive alternative to buying a professionally made and installed emergency shelter could end up being a nightmare if you’re not careful… Please help support this channel: https://www.paypal.me/coffeetalk Would You Like to Donate Bitcoin?: 18L1YmwqY6zH19Hiu6XLMPcHEv4h8dcYsB Would You Like to Donate Litecoin?: Lfomz4sQEE8LgL2vJESppZnFUpvQieEJd7 Coffee Talk: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCNf6os1p4b5PNdgyoosrr7A
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Add a Storm Shelter onto your home.
Walk in Closet/Storm Shelter built onto existing home. A functional addition to your home that you use everyday. Better than a tin can in the garage or a cellar or fiberglass egg in the yard.
Underground Shelters built from Shipping Container
Shipping container built as an Under ground shelter, storage, storm shelter.
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Single Pour Solid Concrete Monolithic Tornado Storm Shelter
An EF-5 proven single pour, reinforced solid concrete, monolithic tornado storm shelter built by Security Tornado Shelters of Blossom, Texas, PH.903-982-7427 and 903-495-3524 . This reinforced solid 3500 P.S.I. concrete storm shelter features a proven design that most recently was tested by the Smithville, MS, EF-5 1/2 mile wedge tornado in which 10 people were saved on April 27, 2011. Also on that day another shelter of this design was tested in the EF-5 Hackleburg, Alabama tornado. We were told that several other shelters of this design were in the paths of the Super Outbreak 2011 tornadoes in the South. This shelter features 8"-10" of concrete in the floor and walls and 10"-12" of concrete in the ceiling.The monolithic engineering, solid pour and solid concrete construction were all factors that sold us on this shelter. May 24, 2011 in North Texas was nearly a life changing experience here in North Texas. Don't wait to be a victim in the next Joplin, Tuscaloosa, Phil Campbell or other community in the strike zone of a killer tornado. Call Danny Roach of Security Storm Shelters today at PH-903-982-7427 and 903-495-3524 for more information on this shelter.
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How to Make a Storm Shelter: Fabrication & Welding In-Ground Tornado Storm Shelter
How do you make an in-ground tornado storm shelter? Follow these steps to make the in-ground storm shelter that is the perfect fit for your family and home. Step 1: Consider Where You Will Place Your In-Ground Storm Shelter Do you have a garage? Do you have a carport with concrete slab near your house? You will want to place your shelter inside your home - or as close to your home as possible - so that your family will not have to enter the storm to access your storm shelter. By the time your family heads toward your storm shelter, intense wind and debris may obstruct your path and prevent you from reaching your safe place. Step 2: Decide the Dimensions of Your In-Ground Storm Shelter What size should the storm shelter be? How many family members and friends do you need to accommodate? FEMA requires 3 square feet per person for a storm shelter to meet FEMA 320 standards. You should use this as a reference for your own in-ground tornado shelter. The size of your storm shelter will dictate its placement. Step 3: Select Material for Fabrication What materials are the most durable? Concrete blocks, fiber glass and galvanized steel are the materials typically used in storm shelter fabrication. You will need to educate yourself on the pros and cons of shelter materials, including the skills required to fabricate a safe unit, cost of all materials and equipment needed for fabrication, and the material's longevity and degradation. Learn more about different types of in-ground storm shelters and materials on our blog: http://blog.nationalstormshelter.com/blog/bid/218338/Select-the-Right-Tornado-Shelter-to-Stay-Safe-During-Storm-Season Step 4: Design an Efficient, Waterproof Storm Shelter If you do not possess the skill set to design an efficient blueprint and layout of your shelter, you may consider hiring an engineer or building contractor to conquer this feat for you. Step 5: Find a Vendor for Storm Shelter Material Do an internet search for local fabricators of materials or stores and compare prices. Step 6: Build the In-Ground Storm Shelter with the Chosen Material Some in-ground storm shelters are assembled during the installation process, while other storm shelters are prefabricated. You will need to question the steps of fabrication before completing any installation steps. All storm shelter materials should be assembled by experienced hands. Before you begin making your storm shelter, evaluate your experience level with these materials and educate yourself on procedure. If this step becomes overwhelming, you can always subcontract an individual or company that specializes in these materials or storm shelter fabrication to ensure the quality of your final product. Step 7: Rent Installation Equipment and Purchase Materials Depending on your storm shelter type and location, you may need to rent or purchase the following equipment: mini excavator, hydraulic rock hammer, wet saw, dump truck/ trailer, Georgia buggy, concrete vibrator and a pressure washer. Step 8: Initiate the Installation Process Do you have the skills necessary to see the installation through? You will want to complete the installation process in one day if you install in an unprotected area. Consider the local weather forecast and choose a day that is clear and warm for the time of year. You do not want rain showers to damage the progress you have made excavating the earth. If you have chosen an outdoor unit, rain can force your unit to float before concrete has been laid. The best time to install a storm shelter is before you need it. In the Southeast, the most severe storm season runs from February until June. Your optimal time to install will be July through October, when the ground is dry and warm. As an in-ground storm shelter company backed by 18 years of experience in fabrication and manufacturing, we can implement all of the steps above with your family in mind. If you decide fabricating and installing an in-ground storm shelter yourself is not worth the expense and time investment, give us a call at (615) 223- 7233 for a free quote. If you have any questions regarding how National Storm Shelters fabricates and installs our in-ground tornado storm shelters, visit : http://www.nationalstormshelters.com .
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Complete Block Storm Shelter
In ground storm shelter by Colley and Carver Construction blocks by Conard's Concrete Products LLC http://www.conardsblocks.com
Storm Shelters - Tour of an Installed Underground Huntsville Tornado Lifesaver Storm Shelter (LS-12)
http://HuntsvilleTornadoShelters.com/yt3min - What's a quality, underground storm shelter like a Lifesaver storm shelter like? Where will you go when the next Huntsville tornado or severe weather hits? Hear from one of many satisfied Lifesaver Storm Shelters of North Alabama customers as this customer enters his new Huntsville Tornado shelter after install for the first time. This video brought to you by the official Lifesaver Storm Shelter dealer of North Alabama at http://HuntsvilleTornadoShelters.com/yt3min How would you like us to bring a Lifesaver Storm Shelter to you? No cost; no obligation. Just fill out the form at the website below to schedule your free private storm shelter viewing so you can have the chance to literally touch it, feel it and experience the Lifesaver difference, first hand. And just for visiting us, we'll give you one entire year of our incredible address-specific, pinpoint weather alert service FREE So visit the following website now: http://HuntsvilleTornadoShelters.com/yt3min
Building a Storm Shelter, Bomb Shelter, Tornado Shelter or Fallout Shelter
Using Masonry Joint Spacers to help build a Storm Shelter, Fallout Shelter or Bomb Shelter. http://www.BlockandBrickSpacer.com
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Building an underground shelter
Time lapse and steps to building my underground shelter
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Shipping Container As An Underground Shelter
Final attempt to record building of an underground shelter using a 20 ft. shipping container. For those wondering why I didn't simply pile dirt over it without pouring a concrete cap first..... These containers are mostly sheet metal. Heavy duty as it is, the roof and sides will push inwards from the weight. Eventually the metal will rust through and you'll be buried alive. My way will insure it is still there a few hundred years from now. Problem is, you'd better keep an eye on your sump pump. If it goes bad or loses power, you'll go in one day and find it the whole thing flooded. A surface alarm letting you know the water level is above where it should be isn't a bad idea. Putting the sump pump on a UPS is also a good thing.
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Hidden Door/ Panic Room/ Storm shelter/ Safe Room/ Storage/ How to make a cheap and easy hidden room/safe.
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Build a Survival Capsule, Escape Pod, Storm Shelter
The MKPOD1 -Survival Capsule, Escape Pod, Storm Shelter- was designed to save your life and the lives of those who rely on you. You can build it or have somebody else do it. Be prepared; Act now. Model: MKPOD1 Designed and Engineered by MobyKraft Inc. SPECIFICATIONS: -Capacity: 5 people - 1,250 lbs [567 Kg]. -Dimensions: Height: 41 in [1041 mm], Width (max): 78 in [1981 mm]. -Weight (approx.): 160 lbs [73 Kg]. -Two access/exit hatches (main and emergency exit). -Equipped with breathing / sighting fittings. -Lifting/anchoring lugs (also designed for helicopter lift). -Construction Materials: Fiberglass Reinforced Plastic (FRP), Plywood, Aluminum Alloy, high strength PVC, Stainless Steel and Galvanized Carbon Steel. -No special tools required for fabrication. No metal welding required. -It can be fixed (anchored) as storm shelter, or allowed to move (float) in case of flood or tsunami. -It is portable; can be handled, relocated or transported with ease. APPLICATIONS: •Storm Shelter •Hurricanes •Cyclones •Typhoons •Tornadoes (twisters) •Tsunamis •Floods •Earthquakes •Landslides •Avalanches •Emergency shelter for High Mountain or Arctic/Antarctic •Extreme/Dangerous Environments •Severe Weather ACCESSORIES: •Support Plans for "Pod & Electric Motor". •Anchoring Details Plans. MORE DETAILS: MKPOD1 was designed and tested to withstand impact loads, strong water waves and wind loads, collapsing compression (force) loads and pressure (fluid) loads, using advanced finite element analysis (FEA) - structural and computational fluid dynamics (CFD), and real scale tests. The internal aluminum alloy structure combined with the external composite shield, were specifically designed for high strength but low weight. Related videos: - FEA/Structural analysis: http://youtu.be/VF8NGHJM8oM - CFD (Computational Fluid Dynamic) analyses: http://youtu.be/0SEMEEZaJbg - In Action at the Sea: http://youtu.be/86ZXiY4tfcE NOTE: You don't need to have previous experience working with fiberglass to build the MKPOD1. Our detailed fabrication instructions and plans show what do you need and how to do it, step by step. Required material and parts are orderable online (worldwide), and links to the suppliers are also included. MKPOD1's Fabrication Package (Plans, Instructions, List of Materials and Tools) can be ordered at http://mobykraft.wix.com/website#!survival-pods/c3xk
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Fox Blocks Storm Shelter Full Length HD
How to build an ICF Storm Shelter using Fox Blocks Insulated Concrete Forms --------------------------------------------------------------------- At Fox Blocks, we want to provide you with the most efficient and profitable building envelope available. As a leading manufacturer of insulated concrete forms (ICF), we strive to bring the highest building performance to architects, general contractors, distributors, builders and owners through an innovative line of ICF products. Fox Blocks, by Airlite Plastics is here to show you the broad range of insulated concrete form (ICF) Construction. Learn different construction techniques, view product overviews and see Fox Blocks ICF projects as they are being built. We want to provide you with the most efficient and profitable building envelope available. As a leading manufacturer of insulated concrete forms (ICF), we strive to bring the highest building performance to architects, general contractors, distributors, builders and owners through an innovative line of ICF products Subscribe to Us! http://bit.do/SubscribetoFoxBlocks Visit our Website: http://www.foxblocks.com See more Videos "How-to" ICF Construction: http://bit.do/HowtoFoxBlocks Fox ICF Projects: http://bit.do/ICFProjects Fox Blocks Products: http://bit.do/FoxICFProducts Connect To Fox Blocks: Twitter: http://bit.do/tweetFoxBlocks Facebook: http://bit.do/facebookFoxBlocks
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Masonry Concrete Block Tornado Safe Room
A concrete block or masonry tornado safe room is reinforced by fully grouting the cells of the block and reinforcing them with vertical rebar. Concrete masonry is made in a variety of textures and finishes providing many options for complementing the look of new or existing construction.
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Is your above-ground storm shelter built properly?
Meteorologist Brad Sowder takes a look at the strict guidelines for above-ground storm shelters. SSubscribe to KOCO on YouTube now for more: http://bit.ly/1lGfjIl Get more Oklahoma City news: http://koco.com/ Like us:http://facebook.com/koco5 Follow us: http://twitter.com/koconews Google+: https://plus.google.com/+KOCO/posts
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Inside a Bomb Shelter with Atlas Survival Shelters by Equip 2 Endure
Like this video and the information E2E has to offer? Donate here: https://www.paypal.com/cgi-bin/webscr?cmd=_s-xclick&hosted_button_id=KW369X2EE9C8N With uncertain times, Be Prepared! Bomb Shelter from Atlas Shelters protect you from Nuclear, Biological and Chemical protection. If You're Not Always Prepared, You're Never Prepared! ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Product Specs Made from corrugated pipe, this model is 32 feet in length and 10 feet in diameter. Comes with blast proof hatch as well as an escape hatch with a second exit. Other amenities available are Toilet, Showers/Bathtubs, 4 Twin Beds (Bunks), Master Bedroom large enough for Queen, Living Room with TV, Kitchenette with cabinets, countertop, small fridge and microwave. Air filtration center filters out nuclear and biological agents. This awesome survival shelter also comes with tons of storage - the full length of the shelter! ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Product Links http://www.AtlasSurvivalShelters.com ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Other Equip 2 Endure Videos Defining a Preparedness Kit, Survival Bag Example http://youtu.be/pUgWCrbfqF8 AMP-3 Medical Kit Review http://youtu.be/JnnVPRs1R5w Emergency Weather Radio Overview http://youtu.be/-CJC6wVLIYg ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Equip 2 Endure http://www.Equip2Endure.com Free Membership! Join our community today to be part of our contest & giveaways, join discussions on the forums, news, blog, videos, podcasts and so much more! E2E Store http://equip2endure.mybigcommerce.com Follow Us on Twitter http://www.twitter.com/Equip2Endure Like Us! http://www.facebook.com/Equip2Endure E2E Newsletter Sign-Up http://eepurl.com/mZRO9
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A 500 gallon septic tank for a cache or small underground shelter.
Correction I bought numerous items and misquoted the cost of the tank. It was $575. The $400 tank is the 300 gallon size. Sorry I think I need to go back to my thinking chair. A 500 gallon septic can be installed to use as a cache or a shelter. Other sizes 1000 and 1500 gallon could be used also. If you are developing your property but it will be some time before you start building put a septic tank in and store survival supplies in case you have to bug out to the property. Make sure you place heavy items in the tank so it doesnt work its way up to the surface. Yes they can pop up with a heavy rain if they have nothing in them.A 500 gallon septic can be installed to use as a cache or a shelter. Other sizes 1000 and 1500 gallon could be used also. If you are developing your property but it will be some time before you start building put a septic tank in and store survival supplies in case you have to bug out to the property. Make sure you place heavy items in the tank so it doesnt work its way up to the surface. Yes they can pop up with a heavy rain if they have nothing in them.
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Building A Super Shelter In The Woods (Part 1)
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Building a Block & Slab Foundation Over a Steel Storm Shelter
Hello, I own Indiana's largest Steel, Survive-A-Storm, Dealership in Indiana. I have a shelter that is going under a slab room addition now. I had to 'invent' a way to make this happen using my own construction knowledge. I have succeeded. If you are interested in purchasing a shelter, let me know in the message box below and I'll get you some information about our shelters. Thanks for watching...be sure and subscribe. ~Builder, Janie Pendleton
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Under Stairs Basement Storm Shelter - Panic Room
Search for storm shelter or panic room and you will find a multitude of options from silly to over-the-top. Here is an affordable way to create a safer place to go in the event of a storm or an intruder situation. It's not full-proof but it does afford a significant improvement over having nothing or hiding in a closet. Keep keys to the room where you can find them and not the kids or an intruder. Have kids? Show them how to use the room and construct your under-stairs shelter in a way you feel safe for your kids & family. Good luck! Want to spend about $5000 and have a virtually impenetrable panic/safe room? Here's a link to what I think looks like a nice solution that you can possibly do yourself with little help: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=FrAgypzaVDU&feature=share&list=TLb2dC7qzlV5o
Views: 82394 Brad Knutson
4 bedroom/3 Car Garage Home in Edmond Schools- Storm Shelter- Built in 2012
Beautiful home in Robin Ridge! Exposed beams, brick fireplace, wood flooring and it's nestled in a 1/2 cul-de-sac lot! Granite throughout, stainless steel kitchen appliances, Large kitchen pantry and a nice island with bar. The master features a tray ceiling with lighting, walk in shower, whirlpool tub and large walk in closet. Natural light flows through the open floor plan and home feels so much bigger than its' square footage. Underground sprinkler and Security System This home features lots of storage, barrel ceiling in the entry, wood floors in living, OKC utilities. Home has never had pets or been smoked in. STORM SHELTER included This home features Foam Insulation in the attic and walls and is rated Energy Efficient. Enjoy the 4 fishing ponds, walking trails, community pool, basketball court and playground in Robin Ridge. Located just 5 minutes from Quail Springs Mall and many other shopping venues, this home and locale is sure to meet your needs! Elementary - Angie Debo Middle - Summit High - Santa Fe Call or Text Alyxus to set up a showing 405-437-5224 or email Alyxus@Fidelityrei.com
How Much Does It Cost To Build A Storm Shelter?
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Will an In-Ground Storm Shelter Work as a Root Cellar?
Last summer we had our storm shelter installed. We had a hard time finding out if it would be able to double as a root cellar. We took a chance and have now been using it for almost a year. Has it worked as well as we had hoped? Watch to find out! To see the products we use and recommend from Amazon visit our Amazon Store at: https://www.amazon.com/shop/livingtraditionshomestead Also check out our Etsy Store for handmade items from the homestead: https://www.etsy.com/shop/LivingTraditionsMO Our new rabbit cookbook can be found here: Printed Copy: http://bit.ly/rabbitcookbook Amazon Kindle Version: http://amzn.to/2zelDTu ****** Subscribe ****** Don't forget to subscribe now so you don't miss a single video in our journey from city dwellers to becoming more self sufficient in the country all while living a simple debt free life! ******Help Support the Homestead******* ****** Connect with Us! We'd Love to get to know you! ****** Blog: www.LivingTraditionsHomestead.com Facebook: www.facebook.com/livingtraditionshomestead Instagram: instagram.com/living_traditions Twitter: twitter.com/LTHomestead Pinterest: https://www.pinterest.com/Lt_homestead/ ****** Email Us ****** info@livingtraditionshomestead.com Send Snail Mail to: Living Traditions Homestead PO Box 323 Ava, MO 65608 ****** About Living Traditions Homestead ****** Living Traditions Homestead is all about living a simple and sustainable way of life. We believe the world has gotten too “busy” and that people are missing out on many of the true blessings this world has to offer. We started as a small urban homestead in Gilbert, AZ and after the city grew up around us, decided it was time leave corporate America and take a big leap of faith by moving our family to the Missouri Ozarks. We put out 5 new videos every week! Tuesday through Saturday. We hope you will become part of our homestead family by subscribing to our channel and watching as we transition from city dwellers to full time homesteaders! We are a participant in the Amazon Services LLC Associates Program, an affiliate advertising program designed to provide a means for us to earn fees by linking to Amazon.com and affiliated sites.
Representative:  School storm shelter plan may raise your property taxes
Democrats say the plan republicans are pushing will raise your property taxes by as much as 30 percent, republicans say that's not true.
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Wood Frame and Steel Sheathing Tornado Safe Room
A tornado safe room made from wood frame and steel sheathing can be made from common construction materials and finished similarly to any other wood-frame structure with sheet rock, texture, or paint.
Views: 28516 StrongHomes
Storm Shelter - Deer Creek Schools - Spacious Home
antastic 4 bed (or 3 bed + office), 2.5 bath, 3 car garage, 2,669 sq ft (est.), 2 level home built in 2008 in the Wynchase Addition. Open floor plan, gas log fireplace, vaulted ceilings, formal dining, kitchen island and pantry, 8-person storm shelter, fenced yard, and large covered patio. Community offers pool, playground and activities. Deer Creek Schools. Lawn maintenance included
Views: 23 Christina Cassady
Hide-Away storm shelter 3-D
Hide-Away storm shelter by Staying Home Corp.
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How to Survive a Hurricane
Watch more Hurricanes & Storms videos: http://www.howcast.com/videos/471526-How-to-Survive-a-Hurricane Don't wait until a storm is heading your way! Survive a hurricane with these safety precautions. Step 1: Plan ahead Plan ahead. Know the location of local shelters and how you'll evacuate if you don't have a car. If you have family members with special medical needs, ask local officials if there's a registry so they get help in the event of power outages. Pick a place for family members to meet in case you become separated, and designate an out-of-town friend as the person everyone calls to report that they're safe. Get flood insurance if you don't already have it. Tip Make sure you know how to shut off electricity, gas, and water in case you're instructed to do so. Step 2: Be prepared Have the following supplies on hand at the start of hurricane season: a 3-day supply of water that provides 1 gallon per person per day; a 3-day supply of non-perishable food that doesn't require cooking; a flashlight and extra batteries; a battery-powered radio that can receive broadcasts from the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration; a first-aid kit; and a 7-day supply of medications. Tip The Atlantic and Central Pacific hurricane season runs from June 1 to November 30; the Eastern Pacific is from May 15 through November. Step 3: Get ready If a hurricane warning is issued -- meaning one is expected in the next 36 hours -- bring in anything that can be tossed around by the wind; close and board up all windows and doors with 5/8" marine plywood, unless you have hurricane shutters; clear rain gutters and downspouts; trim trees and shrubs; put your refrigerator and freezer on the coldest setting; and fill your car's gas tank in case you're ordered to evacuate. Step 4: Go to a safe place If you live on the first or 2nd floor of a high rise, make plans to take refuge with neighbors between floors 3 and 10 when the storm begins. Residents who live above the 10th floor should evacuate, as should mobile home dwellers and anyone living on a floodplain, near a river, or on an inland waterway. Step 5: Do last-minute preparations Shortly before the storm is expected to start, fill your bathtub with water so you have an extra supply on hand. Unplug small appliances and sensitive electronics, and turn off propane tanks. Step 6: Ride out the storm When the storm starts, stay away from windows and glass doors and avoid using the phone. Go to your home's lowest level and stay in an interior room, closet, or hallway. Have a mattress or pillow to protect your head. Monitor weather conditions on your radio and don't leave your safe place until local officials say it's okay to do so. Step 7: Avoid post-storm dangers If you lose electricity, keep circuit breakers turned off until power is restored, then check for frayed wires. If you see any, call the power company. Leave the house immediately if you smell gas. If you're returning home, don't enter your house if floodwaters remain around the building; you see loose power lines or structural damage; or you smell a gas leak. If you have any safety concerns at all, stay elsewhere until your home is checked by a building inspector or structural engineer. Did You Know? 2/3 of the hurricanes that hit land in the United States between 1981 and 2011 struck the Gulf Coast. The other third hit the Atlantic Coast.
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Ask This Old House | Tornado Safe Room | PBS
http://video.pbs.org/program/old-house/ Richard visits Oklahoma to install a safe room for tornado protection. The safe room is constructed of poured concrete, all poured at once to prevent joints. Richard sees a safe room that survived a direct hit from an EF5 storm, then sees a new safe room built, and meets a homeowner that has ridden out several tornados in her safe room.
Views: 430180 PBS
Underground House - DIY | How to build a house under the ground
Hey Guys! You have asked us to make a house under the ground! And today we’ll do it! And if you, Yes, You haven’t subscribed to our channel yet make sure to do it right now. Original: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=LOW7_wB6ou4 Production Music courtesy of Epidemic Sound!
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Ground Zero Storm Shelters X-Large Garage Shelter Install
This is my Storm Shelter getting installed. It was done by Ground Zero Storm Shelters in Oklahoma City. This is a 7ft long, 5ft wide and 5ft high underground shelter. The job was done in about 4 or 5 hours.
Views: 35953 StephenApel
For more details click here: http://www.visualtour.com/showvt.asp?t=3041681 362 RACE TRACK ROAD NEW HOPE, AL 35780 $143,000, 3 bed, 2.0 bath, 1,600 SF, MLS# 993230 Are You Looking For An Open Floor Plan? A Plan That Flows & Is Functional? You Will Want To Look At What This Home Offers!! Elegant Foyer, Spacious Great Room W/ Trey Ceiling And Fireplace, Formal Dining W/ A Bay Window, Breakfast Room W/ A Planning Desk, Kitchen Is Open & Offers Great Cabinet Space & An Eat In Bar, Isolated Master Suite! Outside You Will Enjoy The Covered Front Porch, Covered Back Patio Plus A Grilling Patio, Storm Shelter & More! Come See!! Per Seller Hvac 2012. Must See! Presented By: Martha Webster TEAM, RE/MAX Alliance 256-533-4900 View My Inventory: http://www.visualtour.com/inventory.asp?u=165404
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Salisbury School District Reevaluating Storm Shelter Plans
This live report describes how the Salisbury R-IV School District's efforts to build a community storm shelter were delayed by unexpectedly high bids. This video includes a live hit and a recap from KOMU 8 News at Noon.
Views: 108 Garrett Bergquist
VIOLENT TORNADO WARNING - Flying Roof, House Destruction, Victims & Survivors
Incredible destructive tornado caught on 4K video with an entire flying roof, hovering trees, whirling 2x4's, clear loud sound of a tornado and leveled houses in extreme detail. This is the story of the May 9th, 2016 Katie-Wynnewood & Sulphur Oklahoma tornadoes. For licensing contact hankschyma@yahoo.com In less than one hour a cumulus cluster would explode into a powerful supercell producing violent tornadoes with enough power to suck the roof off a house and toss its fragments a hundred meters. One tornado claimed a man's life and inside another mile wide monster tornado a young man would take shelter in his bathroom while the rest of his house was completely obliterated around him. The Katie - Wynnewood Oklahoma Tornado The first tornado passed inside a mile to my south ripping up trees and striking a house. The tornado sound was a loud gushing waterfall sound and clearly audible. The house didn't sustain a direct hit, yet the entire roof was sucked off its walls and lifted into the tornado, then ripped apart as the bulk of the matter was tossed an estimated 100 meters. The rest of the house was demolished earning this tornado an EF4 rating. A tree hovered above the ground, roof trusses and 8 foot long 2x4's were whirling around the tornado like feathers and a man lost his life. This was the only reported fatality with this tornado. The Sulphur Oklahoma Tornado: Not long after the first tornado died, a second was born. This one a mile wide beast! It would cause major damage to many homes leaving only interior walls standing. A few unanchored homes, mobile homes and outbuildings would be completely leveled or swept away. A large metal storage garage would be swept away and the vehicles INSIDE it thrown up to 280 yards. (over 250 meters) RaXPol mobile radar recorded winds over 200 MPH over an open field, indicating that this tornado was likely capable of producing EF5 damage. A young man would take shelter in his home's most interior room while his entire house around him was violently demolished. Only the two walls and toilet he is clinging to would remain. He will walk away without a scratch. Tornado Preparation: In the event of a tornado warning, get to the lowest level of a sturdy structure and put as many walls between you and the outside chaos as possible... a bathroom or a closet... whatever is in the center of the home away from windows. There are no guarantees when it comes to tornado safety, but in most cases, this advice works! If you live on the top floor of a small apartment and don't really have a center room, strike up a friendly conversation with your neighbors on the lowest level and discuss a shelter scenario plan with them. THE FORECAST: Three days prior to May 9, 2016 the Storm Prediction caught wind of the potential for tornadoes in Eastern Oklahoma and on the morning of May 9, hatched a 10% chance of tornadoes later upgraded with a chance of significant or powerful tornadoes EF2 and above. At 2:30PM a tornado watch was issued and at 3:09PM an isolated cluster of cumulus clouds were evident on satellite imagery with precipitation revealed on radar. Around 3:39 the NWS issued a severe thunderstorm warning and by 4:08 a tornado warning was issued while a tornado was already in progress. Right out of the gate this storm was producing. Music by Hank Schyma & Southern Backtones
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Tornado Safety for Mobile Homes - Missouri StormAware
Missouri StormAware shows the advance planning and actions mobile home residents must take to protect themselves in the event of a tornado or severe thunderstorm. Severe weather footage was provided by The National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration or NOAA.
Views: 33568 State of Missouri
School's New Addition Also Serves As Storm Shelter
From the outside, it looks like the DeKalb West School got a much needed expansion but a new addition serves a dual purpose. It's relieves school over-crowding and serves as a storm shelter.
Views: 1741 NewsChannel 5