Jarrell Storm Shelter Features
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Jarrell Storm Shelters
Are you a manufacturer or dealer?
Since what year have you been in business?
Since what year have you been manufacturing or selling shelters?
Where are you located?
What areas do you serve?
Is your shelter made to be installed above ground level, fully below ground level, or only partially buried?
What material is your shelter made of and how thick is it?
What is the length, width, and height of the shelters that you sell?
Do you enter the shelter while still in the home, or do you leave the home and enter the shelter from the outside?
How does one access the shelter?
How does your shelter provide fresh air?
How is the shelter anchored in the ground?
Was it designed to be installed when a home is first being built, or is it installed on the lot of a finished house?
How is the shelter delivered, and by who?
Who installs it?
Is any heavy equipment needed to install the unit?
What kind of issues with shelter installation are you and your customers most likely to run into in your area(bedrock, high water table, frozen ground etc.)?
What provision has been made in case the entrance/exit is blocked by a fallen tree or debris?
Is there a second exit in the unit?
Can the entrance door be locked?
Do you have any handicapped-accessible units?
What provision has been made for seating, lighting, or storage?
Are these items included in the base price or are they extra?
Are there other accessories and options that are available? If so, what are they?
What is the typical cost both uninstalled and installed?
Do you have a warranty, and if so, for how long and what does it cover?
Has your shelter undergone any kind of testing by engineers?
What else do you think we should know about your shelter?

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