A new way to understand your flooding risk, build FEMA compliant, and use products that are more effective, light-weight, and cost effective
With the formation of Hurricane Gordon and Hurricane Lane within the last week and rain falling hard on your Labor Day weekend, have you thought about the “what if” of hurricane season? With active numbers reaching in the peaks of September and October, it’s better to be safe and protected, than last minute shopping at your local hardware stores to ineffective methods of flood protection. Most people think about the bottles of water and canned goods that they need, but most do not talk about their flood safety plan or make sure that their existing flood protection methods have adequate seals and gaskets.
At Flood Risk America, we want to make sure that you are protected. We offer flood vulnerability assessments to pre and post constructed buildings, create safety plans, and suggest the most effective flood protection needs for your residential home or commercial properties. We have a multitude of different flood protection products and services, and customize FRA flood panels to the size and thickness that best fits your individual requirements based on a flood risk assessment. By using our products and services, you not only become protected during a storm, but you have the chance to lower your flood insurance premiums and deductibles.
We have a team of flood experts, architects, and engineers offering 24/7 assistance and customer service to best serve you. Education is beyond important to us, so ask us about our flood mitigation-training program and online webinars.
For more information, visit www.floodriskamerica.com
Flood Risk America and Flood Risk Canada are concerned about the contamination and garbage that is occurring on our beaches. We are taking action and have created a schedule of beach cleanup days. Join our volunteers in making steady progress to clean up beaches in both the United States and Canada
“Our mission is to protect both the environment and
marine wildlife, while making our beaches beautiful again.”
-Stephen Gill, CEO
What to expect on beach cleanup day:
· Clean up will start at 8am
· Work gloves and trashbags will be supplied
· Don't forget sunscreen and a bottle of water
· A parent or guardian must supervise all children under 18
· Fun in the sun and happy beaches
To Volunteer or if you would like more information about a particular beach cleanup near you, visit: www.floodriskamerica.com