VuSafe Flood Shields
Keep You and Your Belongings Dry
Easier to handle than sand bags, the VuSafe Flood Shield comes ready-made in order to be deployed quickly before a flood and taken down once the flood has passed. This dry-flood proofing measure will provide protection against the first 36 inches of water.
READY-MADE & REUSABLE
RESISTANT TO WATER & SALT CORROSION
LIGHTWEIGHT COMPOSITE BOARD CONSTRUCTION
NO MORE SANDBAGS
VuSafe Flood Shields Offer Practical Advantages over Sandbags
DESIGNED TO BE DEPLOYED BY ONE PERSON
VuSafe Flood Shield barriers are a dry-flood proofing measure intended to provide temporary flood risk reduction at grade level openings in a building. These barriers are generally setup just prior to a flood event and are taken down immediately after the flood threat has passed.
Easy-to-Install & Reusable
Pre-installed attachment points on the building align with pre-drilled holes in the shield’s perimeter framing. Setup of these barriers does not require any additional permanent fixtures to which the barrier is attached.
We guarantee a successful experience
Design professionals and property owners call us each day to discuss their projects.
First, we like to listen and learn your objectives. Our experienced Product Specialist will ask you questions and will share product information to determine if our solutions and services are a good fit. We may ask you to share images of your “as-built” or proposed project area.
When you are ready, we will schedule a consultation at your home or office. If you are in one of our full service areas, there is no fee charged. Otherwise, we will assist you in product specification and installation design remotely.
We will produce a detailed proposal and review this with you so you know exactly the scope of the work proposed and the contract price.
We work as a team so our collective years of expertise can be put to work for you, every time you need us.
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