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Sand Bags & Flood Control

Sudden, unpredictable changes in weather can lead to flash flooding or water ingress through roofs. Unexpected events like this can cause havoc to your business and serious amounts of damage can occur very quickly. If your premises are based in an area prone to flooding, it’s essential to be prepared.

We have a huge selection of products to help you deal with flooding and related hazards. Our sandbags and flood control products allow you to take back control and minimise damage during torrential downpours. An investment in sandbags or safety signage made now could save considerable amounts in the future. For more information on which products are right for you and how to be prepared for unexpected flooding, check out our flood equipment buying guide.

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Flood Equipment Buying Guide

In bad weather conditions, having the right equipment and supplies on-hand can make a world of difference. Although these scenarios may sometimes be unavoidable and completely unpredictable, there are ways of containing inundation and minimising damage to your premises by using the right equipment.

Flood Preparation

Where possible, prevention is more effective than reaction. Monitor weather forecasts, be aware of potential flood risks and conduct regular checks of your premises during extremes of weather. If flood warnings are issued in your area, assembling flood prevention barriers and placing sandbags around the entrance(s) to your premises before bad weather arrives will help lessen the effects of flooding.

What Flood Control Products Should I Consider?

  • Flood prevention barriers, when placed by the entrance(s) to your property can block water from entering the premises.

  • Sandbags are a cheap, affordable and effective method of preventing floodwater entering a building or other areas.

  • Barrier warning tapes safeguard the safety of those on-site by barricading off particularly hazardous areas to protect employees and members of the public. Safety barriers are another effective safety precaution.

  • Protective clothing, such as deep water gloves, helps protect those dealing with the emergency from hazardous substances. This reduces their chances of becoming ill or picking up infection, after exposure to bacteria in floodwaters.

  • Caution signs raise awareness of hazards to those accessing the premises, helping to keep them safe and healthy.

  • Industrial cleaning products should be kept on-site, to cleanse and disinfect areas of water damage. Restoring hygiene and cleanliness is key to keeping the people around you safe.

  • Where flooding may have been caused by internal factors, rather than environmental (such as clogged or burst pipes) drain un-blockers can prove extremely useful.

  • Should water make its way onto your premises, a pump will make clean up much quicker and easier. With a variety of options suitable for clean water, sewage and viscous liquids they can even be used to drain pools or fill reservoirs.

Dealing With Unexpected Flooding

Flash floods and finding the right products to deal with them can be difficult, but it pays to have the correct supplies held on-site in case of emergency. If the worst was to happen and your premises aren’t prepared, you may suffer serious consequences – both financially and concerning health & safety. It simply isn’t worth leaving things to chance. Drain un-blockers, flood barriers, safety signs, drain rod sets and wet pump vacuums may seem unnecessary right now, but you’ll be thankful you made the investment should a sudden emergency arise.

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