Flood Insurance is NOT all the Same!
Flood insurance is offered by both private insurers and through the government’s National Flood Insurance Program (NFIP). With one application, this site will allow you to get terms from several different insurers and programs – Lloyds of London facilities, The Travelers, National Flood Insurance Program, Lexington Insurance Company, Philadelphia and many others.
See what the flood zones mean for you
To find your flood map, click on the “Discover Your Risk” button below, then enter an address or a set of longitude/latitude coordinates. The map will zoom in and show the boundaries of the flood map for the chosen location. Click on the “View Web Map” button to view chosen flood insurance map data on the FEMA GeoPlatform.
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Insureflood.com was created to assist residential and commercial consumers with purchasing flood insurance from Private insurance companies and from FEMA’s National Flood Insurance Program (NFIP). In some situations the NFIP is the only choice available for coverage, however with dozens of private insurers entering the space, most properties now have numerous alternatives from private insurers that can provide broader coverage and lower premiums. Some private programs may include business income coverage, replacement cost coverage, ordinance and law coverage and other enhancements.
Did you know? There is a 1 in 4 chance that a home may be flood in a 30 year period
Did you know? Some insurance policies do provide coverage for flood insurance, but only if you’re not in a flood zone. What’s up what that?
Did you know? Federal legislation is raising flood insurance costs dramatically, particularly in denser cities.
Did you know? Just a few inches of flood water can cause tens of thousands of dollars in damage
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