The North Texas Armored Closet team just returned from China Spring, TX after installing a 48 x 60 x 81 unit. China Spring is an unincorporated community in northwestern McLennan County, Texas, United States. It lies approximately twelve miles northwest of Waco, on Farm-to-Market Road 1637, and is part of the Waco Metropolitan Statistical Area.
The inventiveness of the modular Armored Closet design has inspired some great ideas from our customers. Check out before and after images of an armored closet that was safely secured to the concrete foundation in the center of this customer in Newark, TX’s garage!
Our North Texas team drove out to Belton, TX to install this 40 x 44 x 81 armored closet inside a pre-existing closet. At Armored Closet, we are thrilled to serve customers throughout the state of Texas and Oklahoma. To help facilitate the demand for tornado shelters and in-home safety, we have trusted service partners in East Texas, Oklahoma, the Panhandle Region and North and Central Texas.
Armored Closet’s unique design allows it to be installed in any closet, including an under-stair closet with sloping roof. Our satisfied customer in McKinney, TX ordered a 36″ x 75″ x 81″ Armored Closet that was installed securely by our team of experts. When there is bad weather and tornado warnings, this Armored Closet is ready to go!
Armored Closet is an excellent addition to a mud room, craft room or a large utility room. This 32 x 48 x 81 unit was installed in our customer’s home in their tiled mud room in Cedar Hill, TX. Our skilled technicians can work around tile without cracking or damaging your floor. As always, steel bolts anchor the Armored Closet to the foundation.
Armored Closet can be installed in any area in your house including a garage. This 32″ x 48″ x 81″ unit was anchored into the concrete slab and situated between wall storage.
ArmoredCloset was featured on Dallas’s CBS 11 news!
“FORT WORTH (CBSDFW.COM) – Depending on the home, it can be a challenge to find a “safe-spot” during a tornado warning in North Texas. But an inventor in North Texas thinks he has developed an idea to help relieve some anxiety and save lives.”