Flood Risk America custom-made flood panel protection systems provide a marine-grade sealed barrier preventing water from entering your home or business. Flood panels are also known as flood doors, or flood barrier systems.
FRA Flood Panels use our patented, sustainable flood-seal technology to protect against nature’s most deadliest disaster. Made in America, our flood panels create a sealed barrier around any opening, preventing water from entering. Each flood panel is designed specifically for a customized fabrication to meet individual installation requirements and custom shaping and contouring to meet job-specific demands. FRA flood panel prevention systems are both easy to install and remove, taking only a few minutes.
Flood Risk America’s flood panel is typically used as a door barrier during a hurricane against flooding and water damage. With Flood Risk America, our flood panel systems are not out-of-the-box and can be used for a variety of openings and areas. We suggested using a FRA flood panel for exterior or interior doors, windows, mechanical rooms, driveways, store fronts, and loading docks. If you are unsure how to protect a unique opening or fragile area of your home or business, we can create a custom flood protection product suited and sealed for your needs.
Not the flood prevention solution you needed? All of our flood protection systems are made in America, with many created out of the same marine-grade material with the ability to withstand hurricane forced winds. Contact a flood risk assessment professional and receive your free quote today. We can create a custom flood barrier system for your commercial or residential property.
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Flood Risk America’s Flood Panels have been scientifically developed to withstand harsh saltwater environments with technology utilized in both aerospace and vessels from the United States Navy and Air Force. The FRA Flood Panel will work on new construction site properties or existing structures. It has been rigorously tested and suitable for exterior or interior doors, windows, mechanical rooms, driveways, store fronts, and loading docks.