Midwest Storm Shelters
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Over 45 Years Experience
Midwest Storm Shelters keeps what matters to you safe. We keep the Oklahoma area and beyond for whatever mother nature may bring your way by offering our 45 years experience in building quality in-ground concrete storm shelters as well as steel and concrete safe rooms. Our safe rooms and storm shelters are designed and constructed with your protection in mind. They are reinforced with fiber as well as steel rebar and are poured with a minimum of 6000 psi concrete. At no extra charge, every storm shelter includes handrails, a gas operated door close, 8-inch wind turbine for ventilation and 6-inch vent. Midwest Storm Shelters takes pride in our work. We hold ourselves to the highest of standards while providing a quality product and service to you. We also aim for your complete and total satisfaction. We can deliver and install.
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Things To Do in Tulsa, OK
The best part of Mohawk Park Golf Course – and there are plenty of good ones – is that it is a testament to just how great a public, municipal golf course can be. Plus, the two 18-hole courses located here provide plenty of fun, challenge and excitement for all levels of golfers.
How many ways does the Tulsa Garden Center grow? By the thousands, judging from the number of specimens and gardens that make up this sprawling center that's known as the horticultural headquarters for Tulsa. The attraction is open to the public and admission to stroll the grounds is free.
We hope you're up for a rockin' evening, because Cain's Ballroom is sure to deliver. This Tulsa attraction has a knack for discovering hot new bands and drawing classic superstars to its intimate stage. Let's do some name dropping. How does checking out bands like Ryan Bingham & The Dead Horses, House of Pain, Yonder Mountain String Band, Bowling For Soup and Social Distortion sound?
There's an extensive collection of early and modern historic Jewish Art at the Sherwin Miller Museum of Jewish Art, the only museum of its kind in the region. In fact, the museum rivals nationally known Jewish art museums for its extensive and complete collection that tells the history of Jewish culture from antiquity to modern day.