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Sandbags For Flooding - 14” x 26” - Empty Woven Polypropylene

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6-inch (9 gauge)

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Perfect For Building Water Barriers!

Get our best sandbags for flooding. Our 14" x 26" sandbags are built to take a beating and great for many uses, including sandbagging, water barriers, flood and erosion control, pipeline construction, and earthbag homes.

Our sandbags to prevent flooding are available in multiple colors: dark green, white, orange, beige, yellow, and black. The bags are constructed of a tough, woven polypropylene and are rigorously tested to ensure they can be filled with sand and dropped at least 10 times from 4 feet before showing any signs of wear. Get these sand bags for sale when you buy them in bulk!

Used To Prevent Flooding, Control Erosion, & More!

Learn more about our 14" x 26" Sandbags for flooding. These sandbags are heavy duty, reusable, and UV resistant, perfect for building sandbag water barriers. Watch our video below.


  • Size: 14" x 26"
  • Colors: White, Green, Orange, Beige, Yellow
  • Material: Woven Polypropylene
  • Weight Capacity: 50 lb
  • Dimensions (Filled): 12 inch x 18 inch length x 3.5 inch height (depth)
  • Thickness: 10 Mil
  • Volume ≈ 0.5 cubic feet of sand
  • Closure Type: Tie String (attached)
  • Stitching: Double Chain Stitched
  • UV Protected: Yes
  • Waterproof: 98% Waterproof
  • Reusable (refillable): Yes


  • WIDELY TRUSTED FOR FLOOD PROTECTION: Sandbaggy sandbags are used by many government agencies, landscapers/contractors, and nonprofits including the US Army and Red Cross. They are the #1 best selling sandbags on the Internet, with over 4 million Sandbaggy Sandbags installed across this great country. Whether for hurricanes on the East Coast or flooding in the Midwest, our flood protection sandbags have been there every step of the way as the first and last line of defense for the homes and businesses of everyday Americans.
  • MILITARY GRADE: Used by the US Army, Sandbaggy sandbags are truly military grade (and military green too). With a double stitched bottom and a 50 lb weight capacity, these heavy duty Sandbags can be filled with sand or gravel. Our sandbags 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 6 months under direct sunlight in hot, sunny places such as California, Florida, and Arizona. In cooler regions of the country, our sandbags can last 6 to 24 months depending on the amount of sun exposure on a day to day basis.
  • REUSABLE: Built from tough woven polypropylene, you can reuse these sandbags multiple times.
  • EROSION CONTROL: Helps to prevent and minimize erosion on roads and beaches.
  • CUSTOMERS LOVE THEM: Sandbaggy has been in business for more than 10 years. We're lucky to be able to serve such incredible customers every day to 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.
    • “These bags did the job perfectly!” - Allan L.
    • “Bags were sturdy, very well made. Would def buy again.” - S. Hoffman.
    • “Amazing sandbags. Ordered multiple times” - Christopher R.

Using Sand Bags For Flood Control

  1. Remove any debris from the areas where the sandbags will be placed
  2. Fill sandbags 1/2 to 2/3 full with your material (sand, dirt, mulch, gravel). Then tie them up.
  3. Place sandbags outside and against the entry points of your home (such as doors and garages) to form a wall.
  4. Stack the bags like bricks, stacking the bag right in the middle of the 2 bags beneath it.
  5. Walk on the sandbags to create a tight seal between each bag.

    Case Studies

    See these Sandbags in action! Check out how our customers used these products.

    How Sandbaggy Sandbags Protects Shoreline on Lake Michigan Property

    Our sandbags are great for building a sandbag barrier to protect shorelines from erosion.

    How Sandbaggy Sandbags Protects Arizona Property

    Build a sandbag barrier to protect your yard from flash floods. Our green sandbags also blend in great with the environment.

    Mississippi Customer Uses Sandbags to Build Waterfall & Koi Pond

    Form a sandbag wall to create the framework for your outdoor projects. Sandbags provide a sturdy structure for many applications.

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    Hurricane and Storm Protection

    Whether you need them for storms or hurricanes, Sandbaggy sandbags are used across the control to control and divert water. Learn more below.

    Flood Barriers To Protect Your Property

    When filled with sand, woven polypropylene sandbags stop flooding and water.

    For the best results build a sandbag flood barrier. They are a fast and inexpensive solution to avoid damage to your property when there is a flood.

    With polypropylene sandbags around your house, your house will be saved from flooding.

    Since their invention, polypropylene sand bags have saved tens of thousands of homes from being flooded.

    Tens of thousands of Sandbaggy empty sandbags for flood control were used to protect homeowners from flooding during Hurricane Florence in 2018.

    Other names for Sandbags: Poly Bags, Sandbag, Sandbagging, Empty Sandbags, Sand bags, Military Sandbags, Polypropylene Bags, Sand bag

    In the Press

    Sandbaggy has been written up by Fox, Daily Herald, MarketWatch and other news outlets for leading the industry 

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    Comparing Different Size Sandbags For Flooding


    14" x 26"

    (most popular)

    14" x 26" ultra
    heavy duty

    12" x 38"
    tube sandbags

    18x30 white polypropylene sandbags
    18" x 30"
    25x40 white polypropylene sandbags
    25" x 40"
    31x45 white polypropylene sandbags
    31" x 45"
    White bulk bags
    35"L x 35"W x 50"H
    bulk bags
    White FIBC bulk bags35"L x 35"W x 70"H
    FIBC Bulk Bags
    Ventilated Bulk Bags - For Storing Food, Produce & FirewoodVentilated Bulk Bags 80 in. x 80 in. Plastic Poly Sheets80" x 80"
    poly sheets
    How to fill it
    Sandbag filler
    UV Protection 3-6 months 7-15 months 6-9 months 3-6 months None None 1-6 months
    1-6 months 1-6 months None
    Weight capacity 50 lbs 100 lbs 90 lbs 100 lbs 100 lbs 100 lbs 2,000 lbs 3,000 lbs 2,200 lbs N/A
    What to put in it
    • sand
    • gravel


    • sand
    • gravel
    • materials
    • food
    • materials
    • food
    • materials
    • garbage
    • compost
    • sand
    • debris
    • gravel
    • garbage
    • compost
    • sand
    • debris
    • gravel
    • garbage
    • firewood
    • fruit
    • produce
    • grass clippings
    • leaves
    • branches
    • twigs
    • flood control
    • erosion control
    • military fortification
      (green color)
    • earthbag homes
    • flood control
    • erosion control
    • military fortification
    • earthbag homes
    • inlet protection
    • flood protection
    • sediment control on hills/slopes
    • securing plastic sheeting
    • flood control
    • erosion control
    • storage
    • earthbag homes
    • storage
    • trash bags
    • storage
    • hauling materials
    • storage
    • hauling materials
    • storage
    • hauling materials

    collect green waste

    Ties included Yes Yes Yes Yes No No Yes (corner straps) Yes (corner straps) Yes (corner straps) No
    • White
    • Green
    • Beige
    • Orange
    • Yellow
    Black White White White White White White White White


    What's the difference between monofilament bags, regular sandbags, and burlap bags?

    They are all made from different materials. Monofilament bags are made from a heavier duty type plastic than regular sandbags, while burlap bags are made from jute, which is a plant fiber. Read more here.

    Are sandbags effective against flooding?

    Sandbags prevent flooding by acting as a water barrier to divert water, this is due to the sand's coarse texture making it less porous (ability to absorb water) than other materials. The main benefit of using sandbags to prevent flooding is just how simple and quick they are to use and set up.

    What is the best material to put in a sandbag to block water?

    The best material to put in a sandbag is sand or other material that can be tightly packed like dirt or mulch. Don't use things that have sharp edges like rocks, as that can damage the bag and are less effective at blocking water since it is not as dense as something like sand.

    Where do you put sandbags for flooding?

    To prevent flooding make sure to put sandbags outside and against the entry points of your home (such as doors and garages) to form a wall. Also identify other areas where you will need to divert water from.

    How to fill sandbags for flooding

    Fill sandbags 1/2 to 2/3 full with your material (sand, dirt, mulch, gravel). Use the tie strings and tie the top. Then stack the bags like bricks, stacking the bag right in the middle of the 2 bags beneath it.

    Calculate the number of 14"x26" sandbags you need

    Length of sandbag wall (in feet)
    Height of sandbag wall (in feet)

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    • It takes an average of 600 sandbags to cover a 100 foot section, 1-foot high.
    • Sandbags are being laid length-wise end to end
    • The sandbag wall is 2-3 sandbags wide
    • Sandbag wall is rectangular
    Disclaimer: provided that the assumptions listed above are taken into account, this calculator can only be used to provide a rough estimate of the number of sandbags required. Each case is different and requires your own personal judgment.

    Our Customers

    Our sandbags, burlap bags, and landscape staples are trusted by

    United States Marine CorpsMarine Corps
    United States ArmyUS Army
    National Park ServicePark Service
    US Forest ServiceForest Service
    American Red CrossRed Cross

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