Fires, floods, hurricanesTorrential rain causes mudslides in California

A weather system known as an atmospheric river is unleashing heavy rain across California, bringing the threat of mudslides and flooding Thursday to a region that’s already been slammed by days of rain and heavy snow.

The National Weather Service’s Weather Prediction Center said a strong storm system is unleashing an “anomalous surge of tropical moisture” across the Golden State.

Tiger Dam™ & US Flood Control have inventory ready for immediate delivery. Contact us for more information or call (504) 813-7303 for emergency delivery.

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Article by Travis Fedschun | Fox News

 

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In 2016, New York City began the Interim Flood Protection Measures program, which protects critical facilities, infrastructure and low-lying areas in the city from flooding caused my major coastal storms and hurricanes.

Watch this informative video to see the role that Tiger Dams™ play in this emergency management program.

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If you have questions about flooding like:

  • What kinds of floods are there?
  • What is a one hundred year flood?
  • What is a thousand year flood?
  • Is their such a thing as flood maps?

This information provided by USGS service for a changing world, will give you a good start to understanding more about flooding and what the terminology means.

USGS» Flooding Prediction

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West Vancouver Flooding & Tiger Dam™West Vancouver’s Silk Purse Gallery and Music Box buildings are encircled by a “Tiger Dam” to prevent possible flooding from rising seawater due to the combination of an impending king tide and stormy weather conditions anticipated in the upcoming week. According to this article by North Shore News online.

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One of the great attributes of Tiger Dams™ is their flexibility. Not just that the dams themselves are flexible which makes them easy to maneuver, but also in their ability to be used in any situation where rising water presents a danger to property. Read more here about the many applications of Tiger Dams™

This time lapse video shows a crew easily putting in a Tiger Dams™ system in Sugarland, Texas ahead of Tropical Storm Bill to protect a community from eminent flooding.

Real time for this video is between three and four hours.

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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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Tiger Dams in KewlonaAs the Fraser River rises in British Columbia campgrounds close and evacuations continue.

Canadian military is enroute to aid with evacuations as BC awaits another rise in water levels while uncommon heat waves hit the province. US Flood Control and Tiger Dams™ is now on hand to secure parts of the province from flooding.

From Chilliwack to Penticton Tiger Dams™ have helped British Columbia residents and cities hold back rising lake and river water and protected millions in personal and government properties.

 View Castanet article by Colton Davies, Creek spilling onto Hwy 3

 

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Want to know how Tiger Dams™ work?

Check out this infstructional video by employees of the Cedar Rapids Public Works Department demonstrating the city’s newest flood control option  — “Tiger Dams™,” orange rubber bladders that can be filled with water to provide a barrier against floodwaters.

This GazetteOnline video by Liz Martin shows the ease and speed with which the dams can be deployed.

For more info on Tiger Dams™ and how they can benefit your town or city contact us for more information.

 

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After last years epic flooding in Kelowna and Penticton, Kelowna prepares for this years expected rise in water levels in the area due to the melting snow pack and rain fall.

BC Wildfire services set up Tiger Dams™ in preparation.

Read this article by Andrea Peacock in the Kelowna Daily Courier for more information… https://bit.ly/2ETXdky

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Sandbags are labour intensive, are very costly and can cause enormous environmental hazards

Tiger Dam KelownaTraditional sandbagging using a backhoe and thousands of volunteers can take days or even weeks to put up a dike to protect from oncoming floods. When the flood is over, try to find a single volunteer to remove the dirty rotting sandbags.

Sandbags hold contaminants like sewage, pollution, riverbank seepage, bacteria, bio hazards, etc. It is a federal mandate, that sandbags cannot simply be dumped in the local landfill, but must be taken away and disposed of as hazardous materials, at a great expense.

Read More…https://usfloodcontrol.com/environmentally-friendly/

Contact us  (504) 813-7303 to find out more about environmentally friendly Tiger Dams™

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