The Flood Gate System for Doorways is a system and method to protect buildings and other structures from flood waters.
Inventor Azeal James McFall of Nassau, BS has created a system and method to protect buildings and other structures from flood waters.
When disaster strikes, every second counts in preventing the loss of life or property. People are willing to go to great lengths to ensure the safety of their homes and belongings. Unfortunately, with the exception of things like sandbags and massive construction projects, there is little that can be done to protect a home or building against the ravages of a flood. As a result, family heirlooms such as photographs, antiques, and other irreplaceable items risk being lost forever. Inventor McFall has created a means by which flood waters from natural disasters can be restricted from buildings and homes, while doing it in a cost-effective manner.
This clever new invention is for use on homes and commercial buildings. The system reduces insurance cost. It is strong and durable. Aluminum channels also cover windows. It is easily removable and reusable. The use of the Flood Gate System for Doorways safely controls flood waters resulting from natural disasters, in a manner that is quick, easy, and effective, thus protecting personal property and belongings.