Introduction to Emergency Flooding Preparation- 5 Part Series

Flood Risk America has spent these past few months traveling around the country speaking to many victims of the recent flooding disasters from Harvey, Irma, and Sandy. We first traveled to Texas and met with the Houston victims, we even went to Galveston, who suffered a loss from the 1900 Great Galveston Storm, which was one of the deadliest storms of its time. We traveled to parts of New Jersey and New York, from the tip of the Florida Keys, Miami, and up each side of the coast. We covered both west and east, spending time in Naples and Marco Island, all the way up to Jacksonville and the panhandle.

The stories and pictures that everyone has shared have been both amazing and life changing. It has brought us even more incentive to help as many of these people as we possibly can, not allowing this damage to happen again. Glass falling from the ceilings of buildings and crashing in destruction, water levels reaching so high, covering an entire bottom story, people holding their doors down so they don’t blow off, and countless amounts of visible water lines showing on the existing wall structures that are lucky to still be standing, these were just a few of the memories and stories that were shared.

Flood Risk America is a proactive flood protection company, specializing in both products and services. We believe that by traveling to all of these places, we were able to best understand our clients on a personal level, reliving with them their experience and memories. Not only do we want to help save more people from this deadly disaster of Mother Nature, but we have also created a 5 series discussion on emergency flood protection. Each week we will release a new article on our online blog relating to interventions before, during, and after a storm to prepare for the upcoming hurricane season.

 

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