Flooding and Emergency Water Supplies

Flood effects continue long after the waters recede

Tens of thousands of homes have been impacted by the devastating flood waters in southern Louisiana. While the waters are receding, it will be quite some time before they can return to what may remain of their homes. But, the effects of regional flooding are felt well beyond the immediate water impact area.

In addition to recent Louisiana floods, consider the recent flooding in West Virginia and Maryland; along with Hurricane Katrina in 2005. Water well users were left without drinking water due to loss of power—No power equals no water for a water well user. Additionally, many homes were left without clean emergency water due to damaged public water systems, public water systems being shut off prior to damage, or contamination threatening the public water supplies.

Is your home protected with a Constant Water system?  The patented Constant Water system is a reliable and economical way to ensure you have a clean supply of water during the emergency. For more information, see www.constantwater.com

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