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Will our barrier be a watertight purchase?

Like many of you, we can’t believe that we’re already into the second month of the year. January for all of us at HydroGuard has been an extremely busy month but we’re delighted with what we’ve managed to achieve. The highlight for all of us has to be the latest set of tests that we ran. We were absolutely thrilled with how the barrier performed and it illustrated that we are definitely on the right track with some of the Read More...

Do YOU know if your house is on a flood plain?

Thousands of people aren't aware of the dangers that lie beneath... http://www.express.co.uk/life-style/life/640339/Flood-plain-house-home-river-flooding-advice-storm-Henry Read More...

Prepare for a flood and get help during and after

In light of the recent events over the Christmas and New Year period, Public Health England has some helpful information and access to resources on the UK Governments website. For help and advice, visit: https://www.gov.uk/prepare-for-a-flood/get-help-after-a-flood Read More...

Flood Risk – The Impact on Property

Flooding in the UK is on the rise. Reports of flooding are now on average twice as frequent as they were 100 years ago, and experts are predicting a significant increase in flood risk in the coming years. The causes: changing weather patterns, the amount of new development on low-lying areas, and other local factors such as the condition of drainage systems. Environment Agency figures show that of the 28 million homes in the UK, 5 million are currently 'at Read More...

Increased Flood Risk is the Greatest Threat to the UK

The third in a series of annual reports from the Adaptation Sub-Committee exploring what should be done in England to prepare for flooding caused by climate change. In the UK, the most significant early impacts of climate change are likely to be increases in the frequency and severity of extreme weather – heatwaves and flooding, and possibly storms and drought. Enhancing resilience to extreme weather will be an important aspect of future economic competitiveness. Adaptation of the built environment will Read More...
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