Hardwood flood defence flood gates for driveways, gateways and entrances are suitable for residential homes, business properties and entrances. Permanent hardwood floodgates are very effective at diverting the flow of water. As shown above, they look just like standard wooden gates. When closed they create a tight seal to the sides and ground. Each gate is individually handmade in the UK and bespoke gate design and replication services are available. Single garden or pathway gates, double gates for driveways.
Generally, wooden flood gates are the preferred choice for residential properties. No assembly is required by the client and the property is automatically protected against a flash flood. In the event that a swing floodgate needs removing, simply lift off its pins and re-fit when required.
Flood Gates Protect Property From Flash Flooding
Flood gates for drives, gateways, pathways, entrances, and passageways are easily protected against flooding with our range of floodgates. Aluminium demountable flood barriers quickly assemble to flood-proof openings of any width. Permanently fixed floodgates manufactured in hardwood require no assembly by the client.
Nautilus® 400 Aluminium Flood Gates
Nautilus® 400 removable flood barriers are temporary and removable and they are the most economical flood solution to protect such openings against flooding.
Any width protected by using a demountable post at every 2.5 metres. When the floodgate is not in place, the opening remains unrestricted, allowing full access.
If a flood is imminent, remove covers from hidden ground sockets, insert posts followed by aluminium flood boards. Flood barrier assembles quickly and easily. In fact, a driveway or wide entrance easily protected in minutes. Please see https://floodstop-uk.co.uk/flood-barriers-garage-doors-driveways/.
Please also see the Nautilus® 400 Flood Barriers under 2500mm Wide or the Nautilus® 400 Flood Barriers over 2500mm Wide
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