Big Things Coming Soon.

We have some big things coming up in the near future we think you will all like. Keep checking back here on our website and our Facebook page for more details.  Click Here to be taken to our Facebook Page to like and share with all your friends so you can be kept up to date when severe weather is happening.  The first thing we want to announce is that we are thinking about doing a weekly or bi monthly podcast. Please give us some feedback about topics you would like discussed and questions you would like answered whether it be general weather questions, questions about our shelters, shelters in general or any other type of info you want or questions you would like answered and discussed. We wont use your name unless you request it.  You can submit questions and topics via email at, our Facebook Page click here or right here on our website as a comment to this story.  The next thing we want to announce is that we will be in the 2015 Tri-State Home Show, March 13th-15th.  Stay tuned for the home show hours and what booth we will be in.  We will also be having give aways leading up to the show for free tickets so check back to find out how to win.



Safe Haven Storm Shelters offers new options, looks toward expansion

shelter in garage

Safe Haven Storm Shelters can be installed in garages. They are bolted to the ground and made to withstand the strongest winds.

Safe Haven Storm Shelters recently added new services, such as financing options and customized colors, and has a revamped website. Now, owners are looking toward market expansion and possible product additions.

“We are expanding into multiple states,” co-owner John Kelly said. “We are getting ready to expand into North Carolina and South Carolina.”

Kelly and his friends/business partners Scott and Brent Goulart distribute customized, aboveground safe rooms to protect people during tornadoes and hurricanes.

Most people don’t think about buying a storm shelter until bad weather comes, Kelly said.

“It’s like when the roof is leaking—you don’t think to fix it until it’s raining and water is coming in,” he said.

Thunderstorms are in the forecast for this week, and Kelly said it’s a good time to remind people about his company’s products.

Kelly said that most people assume that being underground is the best way to ride out a tornado, but there are potential problems with that idea, such as flooding or being trapped underground below debris.

His company’s steel storm shelters are anchored down with more anchors than required by federal regulations, Kelly said.

“We are going above and beyond everything FEMA requires,” he said.

And they come with either a swing door or sliding door. Kelly said the sliding door is unique for storm shelters.

In addition to selling the storm shelters, the Save Haven Storm Shelters team aims to educate people about the dangers of storms.

For example, some people don’t realize how much damage is done by debris, not wind from tornadoes, Kelly said.

The shelters cost about $6,300, and that includes taxes, delivery and installation.

Anyone who wants to see the products can see them at Northgate Mall. The demo is in the middle of the mall, near Vitamin World and Kay Jewelers.

They can also contact Kelly at 423-320-5867 to make an appointment or for more information.

Click here for the company’s Facebook page, which the team updates often.


Original article