Winter - the season when the weather becomes colder and flooding occurs. Here are several tips to prepare for winter flooding.
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Whether you own or rent a property in a high-risk flood area or a low- to moderate-risk area, you should consider how much flood insurance you need—not just the required amount.
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There are several methods to ensure your home is less susceptible to flooding, a process known as flood mitigation.
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The National Flood Insurance Program (NFIP) has a 30-day waiting period in effect to prevent homeowners from purchasing a policy at the last minute when a flood is imminent.
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Here are several tips that you can use to shield your home against potential flood damage.
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FEMA flood maps continue to be the golden standard for recognizing flood risk throughout the United States. However, due to several limitations, these flood maps often fail to protect millions of property owners.
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For those residing in flood-prone locations, sandbags may help save your property or business from flood waters.
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Why are only 15 percent of at-risk properties protected against flooding? The answer is pubic perception.
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Flooding is the most common and costly natural disaster, and it can happen anywhere. Here is a list of what is and is not covered for Building Property and Personal Property.
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There are very few places on earth where people need not be concerned about flooding. Here are five facts on why you should consider flood insurance.
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