Flood Defence Shop

Suppliers with a decades first hand experience

The risk of flooding is increasing, both in amount & severity, yet there are many ways you can help defend your property against the devastation of flooding.

With our hometown flooding in 2013, we entered the industry & became both BPEC & Bsi Kitemark certified, enabling the installation of a range of reputable flood defence products. Thanks to this experience, & developing several positive trade relationships, we're able to supply flood defence products so you can help defend your own property.

Browse the range below to find out more...

Flood Defence Items

Anti Flood Airbrick Terracotta

From £28.89

Anti Flood Airbrick Buff

From £28.89

Anti Flood Airbrick Black

From £28.89

Anti Flood Airbrick White

From £28.89

Anti-Flood Airbrick Cover

From £60.73

The One Way Weep Vent

From £9.40

Flood Sax

From £45.00

Submersible Puddle Pump 160 L/Min

From £175.00

50/40mm Household Backwater Valve

From £53.00

Push Fit Valve

From £74.20

In ground 160/110mm NRV

From £296.80

Inflatable Toilet Bung

From £46.17
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Perhaps you're interested in the installation of these items, or other items not available for supply only, such as:

• Flood Barriers & Flood Doors, 

• Underground Sump Pumps or something else? 

We can provide a professional installation if with our region of Lincolnshire, or point you in the right direction if further afield. More can be found in our service section.

Most of the flood defence items listed have technical guides, as well as installation guides. Check out our downloads, & guides for more information. 

Note: We're currently updating our installation guides with images to aid the instructions. If in doubt, please feel free to contact us or get in touch with a local installer to assist.

  • What is Property Level Protection (PLP)?
    Property Level Protection (PLP), which is also referred to as property level resilience, are measures that can be taken to reduce the impact of flooding. They can be categorised into the following two groups: – Flood resistance measures involve trying to stop the water entering the property in the first place. These can usually be fitted to the outside of a property to prevent or limit the flood water getting in and can include flood boards, air brick covers, non-return valves and pumps, as well as work to ensure that the fabric of the property is sound. Flood resilience is about reducing the damage to the inside of your property in the event water does enter and speeding up the time it takes to recover after a flood. Such measures that can be taken include using porous plaster, fitting solid floors or tiled floor coverings, raising electrics to preserve the electricity supply and taking simple steps in a flood event to move furniture and valuable possessions upstairs to lessen the damage flood water can cause.
  • Can You Fit Defence Products to Commercial or Listed Properties?
    To commerical properties yes, listed buildings or conservation areas - maybe. Conservation areas or listed buildings may have restrictions on what's allowed, and some compromises may be made on options available and their installation. This can include colour coding to match the buildings, décor or installation reactive measures which are not visible until deployed. Commercial properties usually have more or larger openings that require defending, as well as a larger area. This usually costs more money, so we recommend, where possible, ways of limited damage if a flood occurs (such as raising electrics or stock).
  • Will Flood Defence Items spoil the look of my house?
    Some flood defence options have the option to not be visible (such as repointing, water resistance plaster and spray to reduce seeping through the walls). But most flood defence products will require some type of fixing or installation point, such as sump pumps or barriers.. If visibility is of great importance to you there are passive flood defences options such as flood doors and airbricks that look almost identical to a regular door but with defences in their structure and mechanisms. It is important to consider the primary function of flood measures - to stop flooding, with their aesthetic appeal being lower on the list of priorities.
  • Should I Choose BSi Kitemark Products Where Available?
    Absolutely! In the case of flood protection products, the Environment Agency recognises the value of BSI Kitemark certification. Following the terrible floods in late 2013 and early 2014 HM Government stated in their 2014 Flood Support Systems Guidance Note: “Where appropriate, all products should ideally carry the BSI Kitemark for flood protection products (PAS 1188) or similar standards”. This is because the Kitemark shows products have been tested to a rigorous and high standard.
  • Does Having BSi Kitemark Products Installed Guarantee My Property From Flooding?
    The Kitemark is an accreditation given by a private organisation known as the British Standards Institute (BSI). The Kitemark accreditation does not guarantee the installation of the product. Products that carry the Kitemark still need to be installed correctly to stop the ingress of water. A Kitemark does, however, prove that a product has been rigorously tested to be ‘fit for purpose’. Unfortunately, whichever products are installed, we can’t guarantee your property from flooding (hence the terms mitigation and defence).
  • What is Fluvial Flooding?
    Fluvial flooding occurs when rivers overflow and burst their banks, due to high or intense rainfall.
  • What is Pluvial Flooding?
    Pluvial flooding, or surface water flooding, occurs when the drainage systems (mostly urban) become overwhelmed and the excess water cannot be absorbed.
  • Can Flood Barriers or Reactive Products Be Left in Place?
    Most flood barriers are not designed to be left permanently in place as they can cause wear and tear (especially due to the external elements).
  • Do My Flood Defence Products Need Maintenance?
    We recommend that as a minimum, any products should be inspected or serviced annually (with some products being tested). Also, following any flood event all products are thoroughly cleaned and inspected for damage.
  • What is Passive vs Reactive?
    These terms refer to whether you need to physically deploy your flood defence measure before a flood event. Passive items work automatically. These measures include: Flood Doors (when the handle is lifted); Anti-Flood Airbricks (closes a valve); Sump Pumps (float switch); & Non-Return Valves. Reactive measures refer to items that do not work automatically. These include items such as the Toiler Bung; Flood Defence Barriers & Puddle Pumps. Passive measures are typically better, but generally cost more than their reactive measure counterparts, so homeowners may have to find a balance of budget vs the item they use to defend their property.
  • Do the Flood Defence Items Guarantee my property from flooding?
    Installing Flood Defence Items does not guarantee your property from flooding, hence the terminology Defence or Mitigation. It is important to note though, that the items listed are tested to stringent requirements, with most complying to BSI Kitemark regulations. As such, they can protect their dedicated point of entry if installed correctly. Water may still find an entry through a different section, exceed the height of current protection, or partially breach the existing protection.
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