One company prepares client’s for a flooding emergency using both flood protection services and custom-made products to match their flood risk evaluation.
CEO Stephen Gill and COO, Tiffany Largey wanted to see how they could help more people around the Houston and Galveston area from becoming affected again from a devastating hurricane such as Harvey. They walked the streets of both Houston and Galveston, two large cities that have been greatly affected by floods and hurricanes reaching historical numbers.
Stephen, who is recognized as finding Flood Risk America, is a true advocate for flood protection and understands incredible devastation from working as a FEMA contractor during Hurricane Katrina. “As we entered the city, Stephen told me that when I left this place I will have been able to physically see what these people have gone through,” said Tiffany. This statement greatly affected her as she walked past the buildings that were still boarded up and the parking garages that had been flooded due to the intensity of rainfall that Houston had encountered.
Everyone in Texas welcomed these two Flood Gurus and helped them understand what they had gone through during the storm. While walking on the streets, they met a few people that spoke of their own story, how they were affected, and how some of their closest friends are still unable to return to their place of work. Stephen and Tiffany hit as many buildings that they could to teach about flood protection and ways to prevent floodwaters from entering, and how to properly save valuable/essential equipment. They met with some developers and contractors to find ways to improve the pre-construction development and how to properly flood proof a new structure.
For more information on how to protect yourself and business from rising floodwaters, visit www.floodriskamerica.com
Flood Risk America leveraged their specialized team of engineers to perform a flood risk assessment on the client’s property and collaborated with their flood insurance carrier to save them $93,000 by installing the EZ Flood Panel on their building.
· Cost of the annual flood insurance premium: $135,000
· Premium Eliminated: $93,000
· New Annual Flood Insurance Premium: $42,000
The EZ Flood Panel is the Only flood panel that is certified to provide flood insurance credits. If you are paying high flood insurance premiums and have high flood deductibles, take the opportunity to have Flood Risk America perform a flood risk assessment on your properties to help reduce your flood insurance rates, while protecting your property from having a flood loss.
To obtain a free, comprehensive flood risk assessment:
Call Steven Gill at 561-578-4220
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.
· FEMA Compliant
· ISO Certified
· Insurance Industry Certified
· Lower Insurance Premiums
· Lower Insurance Deductibles
· Better Coverage Limits
· Federal Grant Assistance
· No business interruption