This is the Story Of (How To Stay Safe During) A Hurricane: Florida Storm Shelter Offers Helpful Tips For Storm Season

OCOEE, FL – June 25th, 2018 – Almost a month in the 2018 hurricane season, peculiar weather phenomena across the Atlantic seem to indicate that torrential downpours, floods and even power outages might soon affect Florida. Speaking of the precautionary measures Floridians need take in order to be fully prepared both in the duration of and aftermath of hurricanes, Mr. Ken Welch, owner of Florida Storm Shelter, was quick to note that investing in a storm shelter is a foolproof, long-term strategy for hurricane safety.

“We’ve been in the storm shelter business for many years, and we’ve heard numerous accounts from clients that had experienced sheer fear and frustration when they couldn’t find shelter during a hurricane or storm” said Mr. Welch.

“Too often, people think they can count on their neighbors, friends and loved ones to help them take cover. However, that’s not guaranteed to happen each and every time a storm hits the area. Storm shelters are built to provide room for their owners and family members, so it’s often hard to accommodate others, too. For that reason, we strongly advise everyone in Ocoee, Florida and its neighboring areas to install their very own storm shelter, and save their peace of mind knowing they have made a modest yet highly important investment to help for their family’s safety – even during the most violent F-5 Tornadoes and Hurricanes.”

Florida Storm Shelter sells and installs American-made residential and commercial storm shelters, concrete storm shelters and garage safe rooms.  The company is a certified Installer for all local Rebate Programs NCTCOG; a member of the American Tornado Shelter Association, and an Accredited Member of the Better Business Bureau. All of Florida Storm Shelters’ shelters meet the FEMA 320 and 361 Building Standards and ICC 500 Codes, while Florida Storm Shelter safe rooms are tested and certified with regards to meeting the standards for EF-5 Tornadoes.

“Our product selection and professional service is second to none – I guarantee it!” concluded Mr. Welch.

Those interested in discussing their storm shelter project with the company can call 407-490-4812 during business hours, or fill in the designated Contact Us form found on the Florida Storm Shelter website.

To learn more about Florida Storm Shelter, please visit: www.floridastormshelter.com

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Company Name: Florida Storm Shelter
Contact Person: Ken Welch – Owner
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Phone: 407-490-4812
Address:11920 W. Colonial Dr., Suite 10
City: Ocoee
State: FL 34761
Country: United States
Website: https://www.floridastormshelter.com/