One Stop Shop to protect your home or business against flooding
The Floodark barrier is quick and easy to assemble when flood protection is needed. The system uses lightweight, yet extremely strong 200mm (8") deep uPVC flood boards that can be simply clicked into place or removed one at a time as the flood water rises or recedes. No tools are needed. Compression locks ensure a watertight seal between the flood barrier frame and the flood boards.
The Floodark barrier can be fitted to any sized opening as everything is custom made. We survey, manufacture and install all our products - no subcontractors are used. This way we ensure the best quality and workmanship.
Use the Contact Form, Live Chat or Call Us on 01603 879 977 and we will be pleased to assist you.
There are several different flood barriers, flood boards, flood doors and flood gates on the market. Here are a few points you need to consider and compare when choosing:
- Has the system been 'Tested in Anger?' Watch this video by one of our dry and happy customers!
- Does the product have a Kitemark? - Check the Kitemark licence – Kitemark.com
- To what depth has the flood product been tested?
- Check to see what guarantees, if any, are offered.
- Can you speak to someone who has the product?
- Who is installing the product? (Under the Kitemark Licence only trained installers can fit the product).
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Another great testimony from one of our customers
Mrs B - Canvey Island said 'From initial enquiry to completion of work I cannot fault the service that Flood Ark has provided. At all stages of the process I have been impressed by the professionalism demonstrated by all of your staff. Installation went very smoothly and the site was left clean and tidy, I could ask for no more. A big thank you to everybody at Flood Ark'
Flood Ark is pleased to announce that we now have a presence in the Homebase at Huntingdon
Flood Ark displays launched in Homebase Newbury and Homebase Norwich Sprowston stores.
Customers are welcome to view the system in store then speak to the Homebase staff to organise their free survey with a view to purchasing the system from Homebase.
Floodark are delighted to be invited into Homebase and our first display was launched in the Worcester store - the first of many we hope. They have now created a new look - Click to see as part of a major store redevelopment programme.
A very satisfied customer who has now protected their listed building, before and after photos.
Home owners will be given a helping hand to make their home more flood resilient in the future thanks to a new government grant scheme opening 1st April 2014.
People whose homes and businesses were flooded between 1 December 2013 and 31 March 2014 can now apply for a government grant of up to £5,000 through their local authority, regardless of where they live. Even if property owners have already fitted new measures following this winter’s flooding they can still apply for the grant retrospectively to cover the cost.
Flooding Minister Dan Rogerson said:
'My sympathy is with everyone who was affected by the floods this winter. We are working hard to help people rebuild their lives, get back on their feet after the flooding and build a more resilient country for the future. I would urge anyone who was flooded to apply for a grant to become more flood resilient.'
RICS prompts homeowners to consider flood defences
The average cost of restoring a flood-hit three bedroom house to its former condition could be on average £30,000, with flood proofing costing an additional £15,000 according to data issued by Royal Institutution of Chartered Surveyors (RICS).
With repair costs so high, RICS has warned affected homeowners who are having their properties repaired to consider additional flood defence measures. Click to see the press release.
Another satisfied customer that stayed dry in Eastbury, Berkshire.
The photo belows shows another Floodark barrier system successfully 'tested in anger' in Wales. The customer confirmed that no water came into the property.
Another five residents who have Floodark barrier systems around the North Wales Coast area, fitted on behalf of Natural Resources Wales, were all 'tested in anger' and proved to protect the homes against the very high tidal surges. No water entered the properties.