- WIDELY TRUSTED: Our sandbags are used by many government agencies, landscapers, contractors, and nonprofits including the US Army and Red Cross. Trusted as the first and last line of defense for homes and businesses against hurricanes and floods.
- MILITARY GRADE: Our sandbags feature a double stitched bottom and a 50 lb weight capacity that can be filled with sand or gravel. They have a 14-inch wide opening, making them easy to fill and use.
- UV PROTECTION: Made with a UV Inhibitor that allows sandbag to last up to 6 months under direct sunlight. In cooler regions of the country, our sandbags can last 6 to 24 months depending on the amount of sun exposure received on a day to day basis.
- CUSTOMER SATISFACTION: We're lucky to be able to serve such incredible customers every day and help protect their homes and businesses with sandbag walls, prevent erosion, and ensure temporary signs stay in place to keep drivers safe on the road.
- FILLING TIPS: Always wear gloves during filling operation to avoid hand injuries and protect from contaminants in sand and floodwater. Safety goggles should be used on dry and windy days. Filling sandbags is physically demanding work and can easily injuries if not careful.
Our rugged sandbags are made with thick weaves allowing for heavy duty applications like sandbagging, landscaping, construction, and building flood barriers. Featuring a weave count of 10x10, these tough, coarsely-woven sandbags can be used for so many different applications. Made with 1600 hours of UV protection, these sandbags can sit under the sun for six months before they begin to breakdown. We recommend filling sandbags 1/2 to 2/3 full and tie the bag at the top (lay flat when in place). The sandbag should weigh between 35-40 lbs. An overfilled sandbag that weighs between 60-75 lbs may leave gaps that can allow water to seep through. Always wear gloves during filling operation to avoid hand injuries and protect from contaminants in sand and floodwater. Safety goggles should be used on dry and windy days. Filling sandbags is physically demanding work and can easily cause back and other injuries if not careful. Always lift with your legs and not your back. Do not reach out, bend over, or twist when lifting. Do not throw sandbags as it may cause stress to the back and shoulders. Rather, use a brigade line to pass bags. Use a short handled, #2 rounded point shovel with straight shaft and D grip, bagger scoop or funnel to fill sandbags. Remove any debris from the areas where the sandbags will be placed. After placing the sandbag, walk on sandbags to create a tight seal between each bag.