Jaymar Construction builds stand alone hardened insulated concrete form storm shelters for Picayune, MS, residents.
These insulated concrete form (ICF) shelters can keep your family, or larger group of people, safe from high winds up to 250mph. These structures are larger than safe rooms to keep family and friends in a safe environment.
The FEMA’s P-361 guidelines we follow offer a detailed design for building community and private storm shelters. The National Storm Shelter Association asserts that the FEMA’s P-361 guidelines is the leading guideline for storm shelter construction and Jaymar Construction follows these guidelines to give you the most well constructed storm shelter available for homeowners today.
Jaymar Construction gives Gulf Coast, Mississippi including Picayune, Diamond Head, Pass Christian, Gulfport and Biloxi, homeowners exactly what they’re looking for in an ICF Safe Room
Jaymar Construction’s ICF Safe Rooms are built with safety in mind. Our safe rooms are compliant with FEMA’s definition of a “hardened” room intended to provide a space of refuge from winds up to 250mph and must be a “room within a room”. This means that our specially built ICF safe rooms have walls, ceiling and floor that are structurally separate from the rest of the house. We specialize in Quad-Lock ICF walls with a Quad-Deck roof and reinforced concrete.
Visit our ICF page to read more about the advantages of Quad-Lock ICF construction.
*Please be advised to check for guidelines regarding types of construction allowed in your particular flood zone.