APRIL 2012
ASHI Reporter April 2012, Feature

What Makes a Safe Room Safe?

A safe room is a hardened structure specifically designed to meet FEMA criteria and provide "near-absolute protection" in extreme weather events, including tornadoes and hurricanes. The level of protection provided by a safe room is a function of its design parameters, specifically the design wind speed and resulting wind pressure and the wind-borne debris load resistance.

By: Sandy Bourseau read full article
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