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Company Launches New Product That Will Change Building Design & Flood Industry

Flood Risk America has designed a new flood mitigation product called the EZ Flood Panel. It uses patented, sustainable flood seal technology to protect elevators, windows, control room doors, and lobbies against rising floodwater. This device creates a sealed barrier around the desired subject, preventing water from entering. Each panel is designed specifically for a customized fabrication to meet individual installation requirements and custom shaping and contouring to meet job specific demands. It is both easy to install and remove, taking less than ten minutes. 

The EZ Flood Panel is durable, lightweight, corrosion resistant, cost-effective, and designed to withstand more than 13,000 PSI, unlike anything else in the industry.  It was developed with technology utilized in aerospace, marine, transportation, and can withstand harsh saltwater environments. 

The EZ Flood Panel will work on new construction site properties or existing structures. It has been rigorously tested, comes with a guaranteed lifetime warranty, environmentally friendly, and is made in the United States. Flood Risk America is proud to announce that it is the Only insurance certified flood protection panel in the market.

Product Benefits:

·      FEMA Compliant

·      ISO Certified 

·      Insurance Industry Certified

·      Lower Insurance Premiums

·      Lower Insurance Deductibles

·      Better Coverage Limits

·      Cost-Effective

·      Federal Grant Assistance

·      No business interruption

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Company Launches New Flood Inspection and Maintenance Plan

Company Launches New Flood Inspection and Maintenance Plan

Flooding has been a concern for many people across the United States. Flood Risk America has decided to launch a new program to help clients become more aware of their flooding risks. 

Elevator Flooding - How to Prevent It?

Flooding to any building can cause extensive damage, but elevators tend to be the most susceptible because the pits of the elevators are usually one of the lowest points in a building, giving rise to floodwaters. To address this issue, Flood Risk America launched a three-step elevator and control room flood prevention program.