Floodshield Flood Barrier
Floodshield Flood Barrier
The ultimate in flood defence. Manufactured here in the UK.
Free delivery and 60 day money back guarantee. Usually delivered within 5-10 working days (often sooner).
The international award winning product comes in 6 standard sizes, covering most single, inward opening doors. Floodshield comes ready to use and can be fitted in seconds, by anyone from 8 to 80. Protecting your house from flood water, the Floodshield flood barrier simply clips to your doorframe and seals against the flat outside surface of the frame and down onto the step: whether stone, tile, concrete or wood. No tools needed, and no expensive survey are required. There are no fixtures, fittings, or alterations to your property, it simply seals against the existing door frame with our patented hand adjustable clip system. The Floodshield is designed to last and has been extensively performance tested in flood conditions.
Unlike many other barriers that can be "fitted in seconds", Floodshield doesn't need an ugly frame to be screwed into the outside of your home. It truly can be fitted in seconds from opening the box.
Fitted in minutes
No tools required
No fixtures or alternations
Cannot be stolen
Designed to last
No survey required
- Performance tested
Sizes & how to measure
Floodshield comes in 6 standard sizes, fitting nearly all inward opening residential doors:
|Size 1||780||30 3/4|
|Size 2||830||32 3/4|
|Size 3||880||34 1/2|
|Size 4||910||35 3/4|
|Size 5||930||36 1/2|
|Size 6||980||38 1/2|
Measure for a Floodshield barrier between the brickwork as shown in measurement A below (overall width of doorframe).
Choose the Floodshield size which is nearest to, but not larger than Measurement A to allow the barrier to clip to and seal against the outside surface of the doorframe.
Measurement A - overall width of the doorframe. The barrier in place overlapping onto the doorframe a minimum of 1½" (38mm) each side.
Floodshield seal types
There are two options of seal for the Floodshield barrier. One for standard door frames, and one for uPVC door frames. If you need help with the below, feel free to contact us and we will assist.
The Floodshield for standard door frames seals to the frame and down onto the step, whether concrete, stone or timber.
The seal for UPVC type frames seals continuously to the outer face of the door frame.
The award winning Floodshield door barrier simply clips by hand and seals against the frame of your existing door. It is fitted in minutes without the need for tools, permanent fixtures, or alterations to your property.
Our barriers have protected thousands of homes over the last decade and have been performance tested in both the test station and real flood conditions. Our barriers have been trusted by Local Councils, water companies and housebuilders and developers.
Free global shipping!
Risk free! We offer free worldwide shipping on every Floodshield, a 2 year manufacturer's warranty and a 60 day money back guarantee.
Need more help?
Anthony Blasket from Floodshield was very helpful on the phone clarifying our doubts and adding longer bolts to fit our door. The staff were in regular email contact with us until we received the barrier.
The shield arrived properly packed, it is very well made and fits our door perfectly. We think it provides a good seal but I cannot comment on that because, fortunately, we didn’t need to use it yet. And hope we’ll never need to!
I am very pleased with the Floodsheild. It has fitted very well and appears to be what I needed,covering my cat flap as well.
So far the flood has only come into my garden and side way in 2007 & 2020 but I wanted to feel secure if it should happen again and be higher next time. So I am unable to say how effective it is but feel confident that it will protect my house if necessary
Very professional and timely service. On receipt it is of good quality and should meet all expectations.
I got the pvc door version but i feel that there should still be a seal on the bottom as a pvc door has a sill with a gap to allow any water to go from the bottom of the inside well of the frame to drain away so water may come in from this sill gap
So a seal to fit on the sill itself will solve this problem .
Looks good not had chance to use it yet hopefully don't have to very pleased with the service I received and kept me informed of delivery