PRICES CURRENT AS OF...
Customers' shelters awaiting pick up or installing.
A few things we can't do:
All shelters are built in order deposits are made:
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Note: the below prices do not include shipping, delivery or installation.
READY TO INSTALL PRICES: painted, sealed, turban, and antislip tape.
This means you get a fully leak tested shelter. It must be cleaned and painted. Inside and out. We cannot just paint the outside, Sorry. Paint runs about $350. Depending on size.
To help you save even more we're offering "do it yourself" shelters.
You do the painting and save BIG $$$
5x6 is $3195
6x8 is $3695
6x10 is $4195
6x12 is $4900
You won't find a better shelter if your life depended on it... And it does. This is one type of insurance that actually saves your Families lives, not just providing money to the survivors. Don't watch TV and think it can't happen to you. We've had customer's Families killed thinking that. We'd rather get you six foot under before a tornado, Than read about you six foot under afterwards.
Installation: We can install in about all of Arkansas But, Not outside of the State. Normal installation starts at $600. Out of state customers will need to be shipped or picked up and have someone local to install. We can help locate someone if needed.
Note for those just picking one up.
A 16' tandem trailer or larger is required to pick up one. It must be at least 6'10" inside. This is on 6x8 or larger shelters. You'll need at least two HD truck straps.
Self installing notes:
The hole needs to be 7' wide, just under 7' deep and 6' longer than which size you choose. They do not require concrete, the floor extends out two feet front and rear to prevent floating. All have a hook on top to lift and set it. The 5x6 weighs about 900lbs, 6x8 1200lbs, 6x10 1500lbs and the 6x12 1800lbs..
e don't offer cheap built shelters, you can find many septic tanks with a ladder built cheaper. We didn't want our Family in one and we think you might not either. We have many folks asking us to remove their old concrete shelter to replace it with one of our steel. Ground shifts, steel gives. Concrete and fiberglass don't, and can crack and leak. We don't offer above ground safe rooms, even being "wind" tested to survive an EF5. It's what's in the "wind" that could destroy it.