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WHO WE ARE

OUR MOTTO

A Storm Shelter is a good Insurance Policy for you and your family. You want to be the one telling the story, not the one being told about!

BETTER SAFE THAN SORRY

TORNADO FACTS

WHY CHOOSE US?

Whether you need a small safe room or a Commercial Tornado Shelter, we have what you need!

All shelters meet the safety requirements. This includes FEMA (Federal Emergency Management Agency) codes 320 and 361, the 320 code ensures a family will be protected from the strongest of violent EF 5 Tornado winds.

Also, FEMA code 360 covers the ventilation options necessary to pass the inspection requirements. Texas Storm Shelter’s tornado storm shelters come with a 10-year, leak, and float proof warranty.

Some of our models can be customized to be wheelchair accessible. Please contact us for more details. All models are not compliant for this feature.

All of our products are produced domestically here in the U.S.A!

CENTRAL TEXAS STORM SHELTERS

ABOUT US

Here at Central Texas Storm Shelters we highly value the safety our loved ones. We know that at any moments notice you may need to get yourself or your family to a safe location. That is where we come in. We offer many different solutions for these situations, from Above Ground Safe Rooms, to Commericial Grade Safe Rooms that can house multiple people. A Storm Shelter is a tangible Insurance Policy for you and your family. Central Texas Storm Shelters was founded in 2017 by Devin Wilson.

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Whether it the latest news in the industry or current Tornado news and information, you can find it here.

April 29, 2017

Canton, Texas Tornadovia Pecos Hank

Canton Tornado

A tornado that swept through Van Zandt County claimed at least four lives late Saturday.The National Weather Service now believes seven tornadoes left the trail of destruction during Saturday’s severe weather in East Texas.The meteorologist also upgraded the twister that hit from Eustace to Canton to an EF-4 with winds that topped 185 miles per hour.

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May 6, 2017

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Central Texas Storm Shelters Website

We are proud to announce that Texas Storm Shelters have launched a new website! The website gives detailed information about our products and specials. Also gives our customers the opportunity to see what's new in the Industry, as well as a convenient way to contact us on the fly!

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