Aquaread is a proud member of the Property Care Association
Aquaread and the PCA – Flood Management & protection of your assets
Aquaread have designed and manufactured an Early Flood Warning System (the LeveLine EWS), which can be used as part of a flood management plan to help buy you time to move and protect your assets before flooding can damage or destroy them.
The water level sensor and telemetry device provide warnings via SMS message direct to your mobile phone. These flood alerts can be sent to up to 50 people, giving local communities peace of mind and more time to react as flood waters rise.
For a real life example of our system in action, take a look at our recent flood protection case study.
What difference does a PCA Member make?
The Property Care Association (PCA) is a trade association that represents trusted property specialists that can help to with issues in affected buildings.
Noted for its training and technical expertise, the PCA (incorporating the BWPDA) has been in existence for over 85 years, and ensures the highest standards are maintained by its members.
Expertise, confidence and peace of mind with Aquaread
When choosing a member of the PCA, you can be certain that they have undergone thorough checks to achieve and retain their membership. An expert assessor with a wealth of experience and technical knowledge has audited every single member and checked the quality of work on site.
Regular technical, operational and procedural checks give consumers the assurance that all PCA members can deliver high quality service and peace of mind, supported by independently insured guarantees.
PCA members go through a rigorous application process
To attain membership of the PCA, and to be able to use the PCA logo, companies are:
- Required to have, or to gain, comprehensive industry recognised qualifications
- Required to be able to offer insurance backed guarantees
- Regularly audited to ensure the exceptionally high standards of the PCA are maintained
- Required to adhere to a formal Code of Conduct
- Required to abide by a strict Code of Ethics
- Required to adhere to minimum Performance Standards
- Expected to co-operate with the PCA in the unlikely event of any problems or complaints
- Licensed under the Government’s TrustMark scheme (contractor members)
- Able to offer a deposit protection scheme for damp proofing, timber preservation, structural waterproofing and structural repair works
Ensure you are getting the best service by using a member of the Property Care Association
For more information, take a look at the What difference does the PCA make? leaflet.