East Riding 008

Client: Mr Bailey

The Problem

Located in East Yorkshire this property suffered years of damp beneath the floorboards as heavy rainfall build up seeped into the floor void through open airbricks.

Poor drainage around the property meant that the ground could not absorb heavy rainfall such that it built up against the building walls and flooded into the under floor void through the Airbricks around the house. Once inside the slow evaporation of the excess water caused damp and threatened the lifespan of the timber flooring.

Because the building had several different sizes of airbrick the M3 Floodtec proposed deployable Airbrick covers seated with 2 fixings in each brick. The fixing bolt sleeves remain in permanent position once initially installed so that the covers could be readily installed in the event of heavy rain.

Works were completed in March 2021.

Your engineer was with me for several hours yesterday, he was excellent, efficient, pleasant and knowledgeable. I am delighted with the result, and you have all contributed to facilitating the type of flood cover I ideally wanted. I am very grateful to you for taking the interest in what must be a very small sale to your company. By showing such commitment, it speaks volumes of your integrity and professionalism, many thanks.

Mr Bailey, Driffield
Mr Bailey, East Riding Case Study Downloads

Mr Bailey, East Riding Case Study

Quick Enquiry

If you would like further information about our Flood Prevention Solutions, please send us your details and we will be in touch to discuss your requirements.

What Flood Prevention Solutions are You Interested in?

Submitting your details lets us know that you are happy to receive communication from us and that you have also read our privacy statement. You can opt out of these communications at any time.

Please tick the above box to enable the form.

BSI Flood Protection Kitemark KM713574
ISO 9001 Quality Management
Chas Elite
Hereford & Worcestershire Chamber of Commerce
Leaders Council
Parlimentary Review
Site by Kingsford

Flood Checker