How to Meet Flood Insurance Requirements with Helical Pile Technology

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DELANCO, N.J.Oct. 23, 2014 /PRNewswire/ — Hubbell Power Systems, Inc., in partnership with Danbro Distributors, announces its FEMA-approved solution for flood plains: The Sandy Solution™. The Sandy Solution™ aligns the CHANCE HELICAL PULLDOWN® Micropile and the industry’s leading steel helical pile manufacturer with Danbro Distributors, the foremost distributor of steel helical piles in the Sandy impacted area.

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Sound Engineering Advice – Home Elevation with The Sandy Solution™

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DELANCO, N.J.Oct. 21, 2014 /PRNewswire/ — Even though Colorado State University’s storm-prediction experts anticipate a below-average hurricane season, the second anniversary of Hurricane Sandy serves as a sobering reminder to the families along the Mid-Atlantic coast of the importance for families to be prepared for disasters.

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The Sandy Solution Seminar Series: Plainview, NY

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CHANCE®/Hubbell Power Systems
 and DANBRO Distributors are hosting a 2 PDH Sandy Solution Seminar followed by dinner on Thursday, October 30, 2014 on Long Island, NY. Learn the proper application, installation, material selection, and specification of CHANCE® helical piles ideal for Sandy recovery.

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Flashback Friday: CHANCE Helical Piles on This Old House

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It has been exactly one year since The Sandy Solution™ using CHANCE® helical piles was featured on This Old House: Jersey Shore Rebuilds.

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New Sandy Solution Article From 92.7 WOBM

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Check out Ocean County, NJ’s radio station 92.7 WOBM’s recent article on The Sandy Solution, CHANCE® helical piles, and home elevation!

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DANBRO’s Radio Tour on Wednesday, October 15th

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On Wednesday, October 15, 2014, DANBRO’s Lead Structural Engineer, Steve Gencorelli, PE, will be on a whirlwind radio tour explaining The Sandy Solution and how helical piles could help raise your home in the wake of storm damage and rising insurance costs.

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DANBRO Presents to ASCE Long Island Branch

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Last week, DANBRO’s Seminar Manager, Pat Haffert presented to the ASCE Long Island Branch at Nassau Community College!

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The Sandy Solution Seminar Series: Brielle, NJ

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CHANCE®/Hubbell Power Systems and DANBRO Distributors are participating in America’s PrepareAthon! Day tomorrow, Tuesday, September 30, 2014!

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In Memoriam

Paul Mauer, Levelift Systems, Inc., Maryland, D.C., a Capitol Fourth, helical piers, helical piles, AB Chance

The DANBRO/CHANCE family is greatly diminished today after the sudden death of our good friend and colleague, Paul Mauer of Levelift Systems.  Our thoughts and prayers are with his family, friends, and all whose lives were touched by his luminous spirit.  May our good friend rest in peace.

Additional New Jersey Home Elevation Grants Awarded

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The federal Hazard Mitigation Grant Program (HMGP) has just awarded 236 more New Jersey homeowners with grants to help with the elevation of their homes after being damaged by Superstorm Sandy.

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