We are specialist manufacturers and installers of Property Level Protection (PLP). With more than a decade of experience behind us, we have established an international reputation for manufacturing industry leading flood protection systems that you can rely on.
Our dedicated team of installers have carried out thousands of installations to protect apertures of all shapes and sizes. Each barrier we install is made to measure at our Norfolk factory by skilled engineers and this flexible and highly effective system can be tailored to meet the unique characteristics of almost any domestic, commercial or public sector property.
Your home or business is your most valuable asset. To protect it, you want a product with a proven track record – that’s why people turn to Flood Ark. In September 2015, following testing at H.R. Wallingford, the only independent BSI authorised testing facility, our bespoke flood barriers were awarded the latest PAS 1188-1 Kitemark quality accreditation.
Many of the flood doors and barriers on the market have been tested against floods at a depth of 600mm (2ft) and are unproven protecting apertures of more than 2,440mm (8ft) in width. However, our barriers can hold back 900mm (3ft) of flood water and protecting openings of 4,000mm (13ft), so you can be confident that they are robust enough to withstand far beyond anything we would expect to see in the UK.
Quick and easy to assemble, our flood protection systems have been proven to offer effective protection to any domestic, commercial or public sector building that is threatened by flooding. The bespoke and versatile nature of our product has resulted in us carrying out installations at a range of properties including homes, schools, police stations, offices, NHS buildings and local authority housing.
We offer a full range of flood protection products for doorways, small and large windows, garages and gates. Each product is manufactured bespoke to meet the unique configuration and irregularities of your property. This removes the necessity for costly building work and creates an unobtrusive installation. We are therefore approved by the Heritage Departments of Local Councils to supply flood protection products to listed buildings and properties within conservation areas.
Over the years we have established a national reputation for delivering innovative and effective flood protection solutions. As a result we have worked closely on multiple pilot schemes with the Environment Agency since 2006. On top of that we have also worked with a number of contractors for major water companies, including Thames, Southern, Wessex and Anglian Water to provide our products as part of their work to protect customer’s properties.
It has felt like a long time coming but, after much hard work by everyone associated with Flood Ark during the summer, we were yesterday presented with our BSI Kitemark certification. The presentation...Read more...
‘I am very happy with my purchase and it gives me a great peace of mind to know that when I fit the boards, there will be no danger of being flooded again. Every part of the installation was fitted with neat and tidy precision’
‘We are very happy with how easy it was to buy from Flood Ark, you understood the product perfectly. We are very likely to recommend you and we are hoping to order another floodgate from you later in the year.’
‘There is always someone at the end of the phone to answer all our queries and after two storm floods in ten months, we now have peace of mind. We always recommend Flood Ark’
‘Your understanding of what we wanted was spot on. We also appreciate not having extras pushed at every opportunity. Just what was required and when. We have already recommended you and two other people in the village have used you’
‘Good hassle free survey. Flood Ark communicated very well, keeping us up to date regularly. We are very likely to recommend you to others’
‘We highly recommend Flood Ark, and whilst we hope we never have to use the product, the whole process has been very easy with help to understand the available grant and its implications’