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A: Yes, our barriers can curve around the corner of the outside of a garage and will absorb and divert water. There should be no city or state violations with placing a flood barrier or flood bag outside on your property.
A: Yes, we have one on the grass along a fence to keep our neighbors pool run off and erosion. They work great.
A: Yes, it will work in the yard and grass. We recommend that you pre-active the bags prior to placing them in your yard even halfway.
A: We use these in our backyard along the driveway that slopes toward the house. During heavy rain, it has helped tremendously in allowing our drains to absorb the rain and not back up, and then eventually leak into the house. I have never used these on grass.
A: Yes, it can be folded or you can buy various lengths to fit the size.
A: We suggest laying the Flood Barriers in front of the openings & overlapping the beginning & ending of the opening to catch the water & redirect it away. They can be folded in half but at first activation- they become very full- so we suggest folding & placing it & then activating with a hose to get it started so it doesn't move out of position. After that- the oncoming water can fully activate them.
A: I think you would be better off buying shorter lengths and layering them.
A: Yes it is! Our Flood Barrier will prevent any water from flowing past it, thereby preventing your apartment from flooding.
A: I am currently using them outside to surround my shed that is on a cement foundation in order for the water not to ruin the foundation. They absorb quite a bit of water and do take days to dry.
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|Name||17 ft. Flood Barrier||20 lbs. Premium Concrete Sand - Filtered, Screened and Washed Coarse Sand Used in Concrete and Asphalt Mixtures||50 lbs. Baha Play Sand - Orange Sherbet||50 lbs. Baha Play Sand - Sunny Yellow|
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