Flood Recovery Guide

Recovering from a flood: a practical guide

Flood Awareness & Resilience champion, Mary Long-Dhonau OBE, has published a new Flood Recovery Guide – sponsored by ageas, which offers advice and guidance to help the victims of flooding through the initial stages of recovery.

Using the personal experiences of people unfortunately affected by flooding, as well as her own extensive knowledge, Mary has pulled together all the best practical advice possible, on what steps should be taken following a flood in your home or property. The information is presented in a clear and understandable format, designed to help everyone (whether insured or not) to cope and find a way forward.

The guide takes you through the initial hours and days following a flood, as well as the long-term recovery considerations. This includes installing Property Flood Resilience measures to lessen the impact of future floods and explains the extensive benefits of Flood Re’s Build Back Better scheme.

To download the new Flood Recovery Guide from Flood Mary, click here.

To learn more about Flood Re’s Build Back Better scheme, click here.


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