Spring Rains Bring Basement Flooding: Be Ready with Flood-Guard

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Flood-Guard from General Pipe Cleaners prevents basement flooding. It operates like a check valve to seal off water backup caused by overloaded sewers. The Flood-Guard can be installed in minutes. A screwdriver is all you need. Once in place, it can prevent property damage and a very messy cleanup job. Float models are available in 2-, 3- and 4-inch sizes.

For extreme, extended pressure (for instance, where homemade seals have popped out of the line) the standpipe models are recommended. Standpipe models are available in 3- and 4-inch sizes. The 4-inch Standpipe Flood-Guard is threaded to receive 1 1/2-inch IPS pipe. On the 3-inch model, the pipe is slipped through the rubber gasket before the screws are fully tightened. Gaskets are made of molded rubber, and all metal parts are plated or stainless steel. 

For more information, visit www.drainbrain.com/floodguard, or call the Drain Brains at 800-245-6200.

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