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AP Flood Alert Air brick cover £10 @ B&Q
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AP Flood Alert Air brick cover £10 @ B&Q

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Posted 29th Feb

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Product information
Includes 1 double airbrick cover, 4 anchor plugs, 4 T handle screws and 4 anti-loss washers

Features and benefits
BSI Kitemark licensed product (KM563624) passed the rigorous testing criteria of PAS 1188-1:2009

Tools required to assemble: hammer, 7mm masonry bit, 4mm parallel pin punch and power drill

Flood protection.
BSI Kitemark licensed product (KM563624) passed the rigorous testing criteria of PAS 1188-1:2009
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This is not a good deal at £10 far less £28 For a piece of plastic, a few screws and washers. Worth £2 of anyone's good money at the most. Thank you.
I'm sure I could find something else just as easy with a hammer and nails as it would take me faffing around in the shed looking for this in a mad panic. 😁

Nether hot nor cold for me though as may be useful for some that don't have a shed full of junk and are more organised than myself. 😁
Edited by: "Dragon32" 29th Feb
Might be useful if needed in a hurry but you could make something easily enough if you have some tools and materials.... if the water is coming up over the airbricks you've probably got bigger problems coming, if you have ground floor toilet, floodwater usually comes up through that! (having had it happen myself)
Just use duct tape
Its a good price & deal for those that want it. Heat 🔥
spannerzone29/02/2020 10:13

Might be useful if needed in a hurry but you could make something easily …Might be useful if needed in a hurry but you could make something easily enough if you have some tools and materials.... if the water is coming up over the airbricks you've probably got bigger problems coming, if you have ground floor toilet, floodwater usually comes up through that! (having had it happen myself)



Someone should invent something for that problem that clamps on them, call it the bog-stopper
Edited by: "savedbythelamb" 29th Feb
spannerzone29/02/2020 10:13

Might be useful if needed in a hurry but you could make something easily …Might be useful if needed in a hurry but you could make something easily enough if you have some tools and materials.... if the water is coming up over the airbricks you've probably got bigger problems coming, if you have ground floor toilet, floodwater usually comes up through that! (having had it happen myself)


Did you forget to put the toilet cover down
trex29/02/2020 22:33

Did you forget to put the toilet cover down


Hehehe if only it was that simple.. a river flooding your home can't be held back but putting the lid down
spannerzone01/03/2020 09:57

Hehehe if only it was that simple.. a river flooding your home can't be …Hehehe if only it was that simple.. a river flooding your home can't be held back but putting the lid down


Ah ok. Anyway good job you didn't forget to flush otherwise you would have a floating about.
trex01/03/2020 11:03

Ah ok. Anyway good job you didn't forget to flush otherwise you would have …Ah ok. Anyway good job you didn't forget to flush otherwise you would have a floating about.


Well 3 feet of river water in the house, it's entirely possible they were floating around!
OMG, it has expiry date. It is a joke at £28, it is still a joke at £10 but to say that the product should be replaced after 31st December 2021 is a mega joke
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