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Sandbags and Hydrosacks

Sandbags and Hydrosacks can be your first line of defence in the case of a flood.

These should be placed at every door, window and airbrick in your property to hold back flood water and protect your property.

 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 

Sandbags, Hydrosacks and Hydrosnakes

Sandbags, Hydrosacks and Hydrosnakes can be your first line of defence in the case of a flood. They should be placed at every door, window and airbrick of your property to hold back flood water and protect your property from being damaged.

Hydrosacks and Hydrosnakes

As an alternative to sandbags, Hydrosacks and Hydrosnakes are the state-of-the-art choice for flood protection. While Hydrosacks and Hydrosnakes are more expensive than sandbags, they are easier to handle, especially when wet. They are also an eco-friendly alternative to sandbags and easy to store and deploy. Simply place a layer of Hydrosacks or Hydrosnakes in front of your property and each sack will absorb up to 20 litres of water. The water then crystallises, so it will not come out again. Even if the Hydrosack is pierced, it will not let the water out. The three-section length of Hydrosnakes makes them ideal for building long barriers.

Sandbags

Sandbags are the more traditional method of flood defence. They remain popular because they are cheap, easy to use and are an effective way to protect your property. All you need to do is build a wall of sandbags, with each layer overlapping the one below. Remember to stamp sandbags down to eliminate any gaps. You may also want to cover the wall with plastic sheeting for additional waterproofing.

 
         
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