"Near-Absolute Protection" - FEMA

One of the most unique and desirable features of a Monolithic Dome is its durability in the face of manmade and natural disasters. Monolithic Domes been labeled by FEMA (Federal Emergency Management Agency) as providing "Near-Absolute Protection." 

 

This stunning home in Pensacola Beach, Florida (one of the first google-image results you'll find for "Monolithic Dome" because of it's beautiful design) has survived hurricanes Ivan, Dennis and Katrina.

 

In 2013 an EF-5 Tornado devastated a large area of Moore, Oklahoma. This Dome was the only structure left standing. 

 

A concrete dome in Omak, Washington survived a wildfire in 2015, undamaged. Its owner remained safely inside the home during the fire. 

 

At the end of the day, our company's mission is to make the world a safer place to live in.