With a new storm and flooding approaching Houston Texas, US Flood control Tiger Dams are ready and on call for any situation that may require immediate protection from flooding. We have Tiger Dams and crews ready to respond at a moments notice.
With Hurricane Dorian approaching, the Cummer Museum of Art & Gardens in Jacksonville will put up an inflatable temporary seawall along the St. Johns River. It’s designed to prevent the kind of flooding that ruined much of its famed gardens during Hurricane Irma.
As atmospheric warming gallops forward, and as the waters rise all around us, hurricane season poses an increasingly dire threat to NYC. With calamity looming in the near-to-middle future, the city has long-term plans to fortify Manhattan’s lower half to thwart tides and storm surge.
Floods are among Earth’s most common–and most destructive–natural hazards.
With as many as 19 major floods in a year and hundreds more minor floods causing millions of dollars in damage to property and infrastructure flooding is one of the worlds most destructive natural disasters.
Every year close to 100 people lose their life due to flooding.
If you live in an area prone to flooding keeping your property and family safe is a priority.
US Flood Control has a quick economic solution to personal flood protection.
Visit our Home Owners Kit page and see how this simple to use dam can protect you home from flood damage.
Twenty Reservists from across B.C. gathered at CFB Esquimalt’s Urban Search and Rescue complex to become the first military members in BB trained on a simple alternative to sandbagging.
The Tiger Dam flood control system – originally designed in Canada – fights water with water. Each 15-metre Tiger Dam section replaces about 500 sandbags and folds easily into the next one to make a continuous barrier (the province of B.C. bought enough to cover a 26-kilometre stretch). A small team can set-up a barrier in a fraction of the time it takes to make a sandbag wall and best of all, there’s no shoveling.