Are You Twister Safe? Saving Lives One Storm at a Time since 2004

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In 2004, Enos Davis and his son, Jeremy Davis, took their skills in tool-and-die and welding to design an above-ground, handicap-accessible Twister Safe that could be installed in new or existing construction, interior or exterior, home or business.

In May 2011, Twister Safe was the first above-ground shelter to be hit directly multiple times in the EF-5 Joplin tornado, our hometown.  It affirmed 30 years of research done by Texas Tech  It gave confidence in handicap-accessible storm shelter that can easily be installed in existing or new construction, interior or exterior, Residential or Commercial usage.  

Twister Safe is documented as best practices in FEMA Mitigation Assessment Team reports of the 2011 tornadoes 

Twister Safe gave trust to above-ground storm safety when done correctly, giving confidence in handicap-accessible protection.  

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Are You Twister Safe?  Let us show you how.


A residential storm shelter sitting next to a damaged home provided by Twister Safe in Neosho, MO

Twister Safe and Tom Cook