The award winning Floodshield door barrier simply clips by hand and seals against the frame of your existing door. It is fitted in minutes without the need for tools, permanent fixtures, or alterations to your property.
Our barriers have protected thousands of homes over the last decade and have been performance tested in both the test station and real flood conditions. Our barriers have been trusted by Local Councils, water companies and housebuilders and developers.
Sizes & how to measure
Floodshield comes in 6 standard sizes, fitting nearly all inward opening residential doors
|Width (mm)||Width (inches)|
|Size 1||780||30 ¾|
|Size 2||830||32 ¾|
|Size 3||880||34 ½|
|Size 4||910||35 ¾|
|Size 5||930||36 ½|
|Size 6||980||38 ½|
Measure for a Floodshield barrier between the brickwork as shown in measurement A below (overall width of doorframe).
Choose the Floodshield size which is nearest to, but not larger than Measurement A to allow the barrier to clip to and seal against the outside surface of the doorframe.
Floodshield seal types
There are two options of seal for the Floodshield barrier. One for UPVC door frames and one for wooden door frames. If you need help with the below, feel free to contact us and we will assist.
Wooden door frames
The Floodshield deal for wooden door frames seals to the frame and down onto the step, whether concrete, stone or timber.
For questions on wooden door frames, please click here to see our help guide.
UPVC door frames
The seal for UPVC type frames seals continuously to the outer face of the door frame.
For UPVC door frames with no bottom threshold, or any other questions on UPVC frames, please click here to see our help guide.