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Welcoming Winter Storm Gia, 2019

Dam-It Dams inc. CofferdamsWelcoming Winter Storm Gia, 2019

Winter Storm Gia was named late Thursday afternoon with the number of people within the storm warning range passed 2 million (that number qualifies it as a Winter Storm) but has now surpassed 19 million people! The snow began in Denver, Colorado on Friday morning and quickly accumulated over 4 inches, with 18 inches being reported in some areas. Power outages, dangerous road conditions, and wet, heavy, thick sludge is now formed in masses in most areas effected by this new Winter Storm. Driving in these conditions are a recipe for danger, with tires slipping due to the inability to create traction on roadways, which result in cars colliding into one another. Warnings of dangerous driving conditions and heavy snow and/or ice in effected areas.

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Information: The Effects of Winter Storm Eboni in the South

Updates on winter storm ebonyInformation: The Effects of Winter Storm Eboni in the South

The warm side of Winter Storm Eboni has brought along with it rains and heavy storms that have triggered flash floods and street flooding throughout areas of Mississippi and Alabama. Roads and some major highways are being blocked in order to provide safety for the surrounding communities and motorists after rescue for stalled motorists in high water areas became necessary. Thanks to the severity of Eboni, there are even No Travel Advisories being given in areas of North Dakota. Officials state that if traveling is a must, emergency kits are a must as well.

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Information: Winter Storm Eboni Brings Snow

Winter storm eboni updates Information: Winter Storm Eboni Brings Snow

Winter storm Eboni began in the Pacific Northwest and spead snow throughout the Southwest of the United States, blizzard conditions to the Plains and snow and ice to the Midwest and New England areas. Eboni is a cross country winter storm that is making itself well-known (and hated), whether for the rain or the snow or the extreme winds, through the entire U.S.

A low-pressure system that became Winter Storm Eboni came ashore on the 24th near the California/Oregon border with snow and rain. More than a foot of snow hit Sierra Nevada that evening.

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When, Where, and Why of Flood Barriers

Water filled flood barriersThe “When, Where, and Why” of flood barriers

Why Opt for Temporary Flood Barriers for Homes?

  • Ease of Installation
    The company brings the cofferdam(s) to where you need to repel rising water. The tubes will suck on-site water to inflate the dam slowly and evenly. Once the dam is full, it will rest firmly against the ground and then repel any water penetration. The main advantage is that the cofferdams leave little or no footprint, which eliminates the concerns of altering the aesthetic appearance of your property.
  • Ease of Removal
    Temporary flood barriers are easy to remove when the area is no longer at risk. Our cofferdams, in particular, are deflated after the flood recedes. Once the barrier is removed, it leaves little to no footprint on the surroundings. Its portability and light-weight design means storing it is easy and if you move, you’re not abandoning your investment, because you can bring it with you.
  • Adaptable to Landscape
    Our cofferdams are available in a variety of designs. So, they can conform to a wide variety of property designs. If you have a wide area that you need to protect, Dam-it Dams flood barriers for homes are expandable to any length. The company will easily link them to cover an area. In terms of other dimensions, the dams are available in 1’ to 12’ in height, 2’ to 23’ in widths.
  • Do-It-Yourself
    There’s no need to hire outside contractors or additional assistance in order to set up or remove this product, due to its light-weight and portable nature. Though some assistance may be required, depending on the size of the dam needed, there’s no special training needed.
  • Durability
    Moreover, these barriers are made of industrial strength geo-textile materials that can endure treacherous climatic conditions and are puncture-resistant, and able to withstand tremendous levels of water pressure.
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Dam-It Dams inc. CofferdamsInformation: What Happens Indoors When Snow Melts

Areas with heavy snowfall know the snow will inevitably melt and the season of frigid temperatures, shoveling, scraping windshields, layering clothes, and seeing your breath will end… eventually. Even though it feels like it never will! But with that thaw and the snow melting comes a different kind of problem for the newly melted snow- it becomes water that seeps into the ground and overruns lower areas.

What if all this water seepage makes its way into your home? What if it leaks through holes and cracks and overtakes YOUR space? How do you protect and prevent melting snow from ruining your belongings? You treat it similarly to flood waters!

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