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Frequently Asked Questions

The Floodshield Door Barrier will last indefinitely as a result of the materials used in its design - it is made of tough Polypropylene rather than cheap wood like some barriers. And all attachments are fixed the barrier so you don't have to worry about loosing them when you need them most.

Affixing a wooden batten each side of the door frame will increase the width of the outside surface to a above the required 1 ½ inches (35mm). This will allow the barrier to seal and clip to the frame correctly. Once the wooden batten is painted it becomes part of your door frame. Go to our wooden door frames help section for a diagram example.

Unfortunately not. The barriers are not built to seal water tight this way - once water levels reach this height there are likely to be many more entrance points for the water, for example windows, ventilation.

Anywhere in the world! Our price includes free shipping to wherever you are, and we have customers on almost every continent.

You really don't! You don't need to have any ugly attachments to your building, or find the tool box when there is a flood warning. Simply take the Floodshield out from storage and clip it into place.

Very easy. Floodshield was designed knowing that sometimes you have to t it in an emergency. Simply wind the clips to the length you want, and press into place.

Floodshield was invented nearly 20 years ago, and has been protecting customers ever since - giving them peace of mind.

UPVC door frames are approx. 75mm wide, which allows the barrier to overlap at least 35mm each side of the door frame. This width means that there should be ample space to fit the barrier whilst avoiding the plastic trim. Go to our UPVC door frames help section for a diagram example of this.

Not yet! We are working on a solution for these, but currently recommend FloodSax as an excellent solution to these wider apertures.

Yes they do. Floodshield has been extensively tested in flood test facilities, and of course by customers in real life flood situations.

Floodshield will protect most residential single doors: from 760mm wide to 960mm wide.

Floodshield is 60cm high, or roughly 2 feet.

A Floodshield weighs only 5kg and so can be carried and fitted by most people from 8 to 80+!

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