This new product for home owners by Tiger Dams™ is now available. No need for heavy, smelly, ugly and contaminated sandbags that don’t work anyway. You can us the Mini Tiger Box over and over again. Installs easy and disassembles and stores with no hassle.

Keep your home, office or storefront space dry with this made in the USA product. It’s made in the USA so you know you can depend on it to do the job right.

“Made in USA” is a label protected by the Federal Trade Commission, or FTC. In order for an item to be called such, the item must be made within the United States’ borders from “all or virtually all” American parts.

Features:

  1. 30 inches long x 8 inches wide x 8 inches high
  2. Fill with standard garden hose, takes several minutes to fill depending on water pressure and can be drained within seconds when opened
  3. Made from industrial strength poly
  4. Mini Tiger Box can be used during all seasons (can be frozen)
  5. Simply empty when done with cap off, hang to dry on garage hook. Disassemble and fold up in bag for easy storage and re-use when needed

For more information go to our Homeowners Kit Page to order your Kit now!

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Memories of Super Storm Sandy returned as Tamara Andreatta, RIOC’s Director of Asset Management, drove a group of us around Roosevelt Island while Frank Farance narrated, pointing out the storm’s high water marks, some still visible on building foundations. Tiger Dams may help us withstand worse future storms as failures elsewhere make them inevitable.

Read More in the Roosevelt Island Daily by David Stone
https://bit.ly/2M35BSd

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Tiger Dams TrainingUS Flood Control has always been committed to not only providing Tiger Dams™, the world’s #1 flood protection products around the world but to making sure that the deployment of those products is backed up with extensive training when ever it is requested.

See our training session with the HEB Emergency Preparedness Facility Management Team.

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Tiger-Dam-Homeowners-Unit-KitThere are many ways flood waters can enter a home. One of the most common entry points are doors.

Being prepared for flooding events can help mitigate the damage done by flooding.

Flooding is just behind tornadoes in terms of property damage by natural disaster in the US.

A new product for home owners is now available – Tiger Dam™ Homeowners Unit Kit – from the inventors of the Tiger Dams™, the world’s #1 flood protection products. More emergency managers and governments from around the world use Tiger Dams™ than all other flood control products combined. No need for heavy,  smelly, ugly and contaminated sandbags that don’t work anyway. Use the Mini Tiger Box over and over again. Installs easily and disassembles and stores with no hassle.

To find out more on how to secure your home, office or other vulnerable buildings against flooding, visit our Home Owners link for more information and purchasing options.

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With the extreme weather always a possibility on the Florida coastline, Floridians pre-plan for hurricanes, nor easters and high tides with education and taking part in demonstrations provided by US Flood Control and Tiger Dams™

Tiger Dams™ are water filled bladder technology, when deployed properly, this system may be able to divert up to 100% of floodwaters. Our System can be assembled within minutes using floodwaters or any water source.

 

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Fires, floods, hurricanesMore than 500 experts, representing at least 43 states and 15 countries, gathered to review an especially destructive year marked by hurricanes Harvey, Irma and Maria and a series of record-setting California wildfires.

Read more in this article by , Arizona Republic

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Scientists and engineers have teamed up across the Atlantic to “redraw” the flood map of the US.

Read more in this article in the BBC News by Victoria Gill BBC News, New Orleans

https://bbc.in/2K6wR5w

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Five and a half years after Hurricane Sandy ravaged Lower Manhattan the city is still trying to raise funds to implement its storm-protection project know as Manhattan Tip.

The project would wrap the waterfront with some physical deterrent to fight against storm surges.

Read more about this ongoing problem and the part Tiger Dams™ and US Flood Control are playing to remedy it in this article by Bill Egbert https://bit.ly/2scZSRT online at www.downtownexpress.com.

 

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