The most costly natural disaster is caused by flood, whether from a severe rainstorm, hurricane, or even a broker water main outside your door.
The typical homeowners insurance policy does not cover flood. The best way to replace your damaged home and personal property is with a Flood Insurance policy.
The "Cost of Flooding Tool" gives you a graphic representation of just how much damage as little as 1" of water will cost to repair. Move the slider and prepare to be shocked.
FloodSmart for Consumers is a National Flood Insurance site providing consumers with everything from basic Flood Insurance knowledge to getting your local flood map.
Go to msc.fema.gov and use this handy tool to learn your home's flood zone.
You can also create a map for your records.
National Flood Hazard Layer discusses preliminary flood hazard data (preliminary data), including how to use and access the data. This data provides the public an early look at a home or community’s projected risk to flood hazards. This page is geared towards homeowners, community officials, financial lenders and other industry professionals who want to understand how their current effective Flood Insurance Rate Map (FIRM) may change when the preliminary data becomes effective.
Want to stay on top of changes to local flood maps? When you go to www.msc.fema.gov/fmcv you can see what changes, if any, are happening with your community's flood maps before they change.
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