National Storm Shelters Offers Tips for Tornado Season 2014
National Storm Shelters (NSS), a leading manufacturer or underground storm shelters and above ground safe rooms, announced today its top tornado safety resources in preparation for tornado season 2014.
January 29, 2014 (Newswire.com) - National Storm Shelters (NSS), a leading manufacturer or underground storm shelters and above ground safe rooms, announced today its top tornado safety resources in preparation for tornado season 2014.
"Tornadoes are unpredictable forces of nature. They occur in every state, every month of the year," said Jeff Turner, president of National Storm Shelters. "In 2013, the National Weather Service reported 891 tornadoes touched down across the United States, and to make sure that individuals and families stay prepared for tornado season 2014, we are sharing a list of top safety resources."
According to NSS, the best way to stay safe during the 2014 tornado season, is to be better prepared. NSS has developed a tornado emergency preparedness plan, available for free download through their website, for individuals to share and read with their family members.
Other resources and tips that NSS is sharing and encouraging families to review include:
- A list of emergency essentials and items to keep on hand during a tornado
- Review of the best weather apps to keep you prepared for tornado season 2014
- Four-step plan to survive tornadoes
- Tips from FEMA on severe storm preparedness
"Our goal is to educate families on how to prepare and stay safe during tornadoes in 2014," said Turner. "Now is the time to start thinking about how you will keep your family safe during tornado season."
For more information about National Storm Shelters, visit www.nationalstormshelters.com.
About National Storm Shelters
National Storm Shelters LLC is a leading manufacturer in storm safety products. With more than 15 years of experience in manufacturing and machining, National Storm Shelters manufacturers the industry's most accessible, high-quality underground storm shelters that can be installed directly into the floor of your garage.