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Are You Prepared for Dangerous Storms or Tornadoes?

It is a time tested fact that concrete storm shelters and steel safe rooms both provide safety and security for you and your family or your employees during nature's most violent storms. As a Producing Member of the American Tornado Shelter Association (ATSA), U.S. Storm Shelters are built, tested and certified to meet or exceed FEMA 320, ICC-500-208 and the 2009 International Building Code (IBC) standards. U.S. Storm Shelters, LLC manufactures and installs inground, concrete storm shelters and above ground, steel interior safe rooms for schools, government, military, small businesses and homeowners seeking safety from violent storms and tornadoes. >> Learn more about U.S. Storm Shelters.

Please take a look around our options of concrete shelters and interior steel safe rooms then call or email us directly if we can answer a question or help you in any way! We are located just southeast of Decatur, Texas. Please feel free to call us toll free at (800) 379-9712, (800) 868-5799, or (940) 735-7176 para Espaņol or send us an email.

Safe Rooms Can Protect Your Family from Intruders and Your Valuables from Thieves.

In addition to protection from injury during a tornado, indoor safe rooms can also provide protection to your family from home intruders and keep your valuables safe from thieves. With our range of sizes capable of sheltering anywhere from 2 to 16 people, a safe room ensures in many ways. >> Find out more about our safe rooms.



US Storm Shelters - Recent NEWS:

  • Fox 11 News - How Do You Shelter From the Storm
    Where would you go if a major tornado was headed your way? Well, in Wisconsin, many if not most people would head to a basement. But since basements are much less common in Oklahoma than they are in Wisconsin, some Oklahomans turn to something else for shelter.

  • CBS DFW - Storm Shelter Business Soars After Twisters
    DECATUR (CBSDFW.COM) - Storm shelter businesses in North Texas can hardly keep up with demand after a series of deadly tornadoes hit North Texas and Oklahoma.

  • Star-Telegram - North Texas tornadoes good news for boom-and-bust storm shelter industry
    DECATUR - Brett West says his storm shelter business was having its slowest year since 2005. Then came the mid-May tornadoes that thumped North Texas, heavily damaging a subdivision in Granbury, followed by powerful twisters that rolled over Edmond and Moore, Okla.

  • KDFW Fox 4 Dallas Fort Worth - More North Texans Installing Storm Shelters
    As North Texans weather through the tornado season, many are looking toward something called a storm shelter to keep their families safe.



Grant Program Information

Please note that the links and contacts listed below are not affiliated with U.S. Storm Shelters, LLC in any way. If there are no grants listed for your area, please check with your county emergency management coordinator or regional council of governments for available funding programs.

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