Floods mean rising water, and knowing your building’s elevation compared to the estimated height floodwaters will reach in a major flood helps determine your flood risk and the cost of your flood insurance.
Only a licensed professional land surveyor can provide you with the properly filled out Elevation Certificate (EC) that you need to ensure your property is protected and insured at the lowest possible rate.
You may not need an elevation certificate to save on your flood insurance. If you are eligible for a private flood insurance company, you will receive discounted rates without the requirement of an elevation certificate. Click Here to find out if your property requires an Elevation Certificate to save on Flood Insurance.
The Flood Risk Evaluator™ (F.R.E.) is a team of Certified Floodplain Managers dedicated to reviewing Elevation Certificates ans Current Flood Insurance Policies for inaccuracies, in order to assist home and business owners secure the lowest possible premiums.
NFIP POLICY REVIEW
Analysis of your flood insurance policy to
Ways to modify conditions in your home or
FLOOD INSURANCE QUOTE
A complete F.R.E. Flood risk report