With major flooding incidents happening more frequently, let's talk about flood mitigation strategies for your gameroom.
We've had 2 floods in my basement over the years but they were mercifully low.
Pins on their legs provide a bunch of clearance and if the waters are running high enough to lap at your pins, you're probably in an especially catastrophic incident.
Lots of floods are only two inches or less, but even than that can be awful as water wicks through porous materials, and so everything in my basement is off the ground or is in a plastic bucket to keep it separated from any water.
Have you been testing your sump pumps? Do you have a backup?
Do you have a plan of ways to physically raise things up if you know a big storm is coming?
Do you know if your insurance will cover your pins? Will cover flooding in the case of a storm? Will cover flooding in the case of a storm sewer backup? Will cover flooding in the case of foundation cracks allowing seepage?
Do you have a backflow valve?
What are you strategies, plans, and worries?