StormMeister™ Flood Doors are exported throughout Europe and Worldwide to North America, Asia and Australasia. Pictured below is a crate containing StormMeister Flood Doors for export, note the green and red sensors which ensure careful handling wherever in the world the StormMeister™ Flood Doors are destined.
Pictured below is a StormMeister™ Flood Door being installed in a showroom testing tank in Dublin, Republic of Ireland.
StormMeister™ Flood Doors installed to protect prestigious commercial premises in St Peter Port, Guernsey, The Channel Islands.
StormMeister™ Flood Doors are fitted throughout Europe and the flood doors pictured below are fitted to a villa in southern Spain. StormMeister™ Flood Protection Products are in demand all along the Spanish Costas where flash flooding is a frequent occurrence.
StormMeister™ Flood Protection has been commissioned to produce low threshold flood doors that replicate in appearance the existing doors on this historic building in downtown Houston, Texas.
"Henry Henke’s Fifth Ward Grocery Building, built circa 1880, is the oldest and most decorative building in Houston’s Warehouse area. The building is not only the finest example of the Italianate style, but it is also one of the few surviving buildings of the late 19th century in the area where literally the “railroad met the sea.” The grocery business was strategically located adjacent to the large railroad
centers that connected directly to Buffalo Bayou where goods of every kind, businessmen and travelers convened to conduct business that made Houston the world city it is today. The grocery business was also a necessity for the locals in this working class, commercial neighborhood, just north of the downtown business center."
- City of Houston