In 2005, Hurricane Katrina devastated homes along the Gulf Coast with its severe winds and unprecedented flooding. In light of the 10-year anniversary of this historic storm, BUILDER editors have pulled together a roundup of some of the toughest, most resilient homes in the country. These dwellings are built to withstand extreme weather, from hurricanes and floods to tornadoes and wildfires. Many of them have additional features such as energy efficiency, modular construction, or in-demand design touches.
Click through to get the lowdown on these durable projects.