All Quick Dams are easily moved and relatively light as well. From 2lbs to 56lbs, for some heavier weather, there’s a Dam for every storm.
By Patrick Jude
Florida gets a bit rainy. We’re actually the number one state when it comes to Summer time rainfall… It’s raining right now as I’m writing this. I love the storms, the warm breezy wind; the booming of thunders, all are parts our only respite from the seasons blazing waves of warmth.
Unfortunately, as many Floridians know, the rain, in all of its wonder, can also cause a magnitude of damage. Streets flood, waters rise, and leave homes inhabitable. Then, once you repair the damages, next you’ve got mold to worry about. So, why not avoid all internal waters entirely?
Quick Dam, by Absorbent Specialty Products, is the most revolutionary advancement in water avoidance since, well, the dam. The Quick Dam is a very flat, pouch-looking object, which contains inside of it super absorbent polymers. Once water touches these polymers, they GROW! More importantly, however, they absorb.
Pop one in front of your door to block the seams, which otherwise would allow water to seep in.
Along with a superstar product, Quick Dam also features a superstar in their advertisements; Kevin Harrington from the massively popular show Shark Tank is the product’s main spokesperson.
A multitude of varieties are available in the Quick Dam world. Some Quick Dams focus on absorption, while others focus on redirecting the flow of floodwaters; all are effective. All Quick Dams are easily moved and relatively light as well. From 2lbs to 56lbs, for some heavier weather, there’s a Dam for every storm.
Absorbent Specialty Products are proud members of the ISSA, the iAEM, and the National Safety Council. With products available at a cool $20 and up, Quick Dam is an affordable way to avoid mountains of repair costs.
Ideal for homes, businesses, construction sites and more, make the move and grab yours today. Don’t “hunker down”, let the water build up!
Born and raised in Orlando, and Socialist to the core, Patrick Jude graduated from The University Of Central Florida in 2015. He currently holds a B.A. in English Literature, as well as an A.A. in Jazz Performance from Valencia College. Jude is heavily tattooed, abstains from alcohol and is an avid Packers fan.
Currently Listening to Speaking In Tongues by Talking Heads