At National Flood Experts, we make the process of removing your property from a FEMA flood zone as easy as possible. Once you call one of our professionals, you can just relax and let us do all the work.

If you don’t have the required documents, we’ll get them for you. We’ll fill out the paperwork and file it. And we’ll keep you updated through every step of the way. From start to finish, you can expect the entire process to last between two and six weeks.

Our goal is to help you save money while remaining as safe as possible. We’ll never tell you that you need an unnecessary service or that your home is completely safe when it’s not. Instead, our knowledgeable staff will work to find the ideal solution for your home or business.

Easy 3-Step Process

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Obtain Flood Elevation Certificate

Step One: Get a current Elevation Certificate. You can obtain a copy from your insurance provider or mortgage lender. If your certificate is older than that, our surveyors will perform the survey and provide you with a digital copy.

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Free Property Assessment

Step Two: Our certified experts will provide a free assessment to determine if your property can be successfully removed from the FEMA flood zone. Typically, we can complete the survey within a couple of hours. If you qualify for removal, you’d move on to the third step.

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FEMA Application and Removal Process

Step Three: Our team will manage the entire FEMA Application and Removal process. The length of time will vary, depending on the property. We only start this step if we’re 100% confident that your property will be removed from the flood zone.

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What if you don’t qualify for flood zone removal?

No matter your flood insurance needs, we’ll work to find a way to save you money. If after doing our audit we determine that your property is at a high-risk flood zone, there are still alternative to lower your flood insurance costs. This may include:

  • Grandfathering into a previous flood zone rating
  • Flood proofing
  • Flood venting for elevated properties
  • Bringing in earthen fill to reduce flood risk
  • Comparing insurance rates in the public and private markets

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We’ve saved our clients over $4.4 million in flood insurance premiums.

Even if your insurance agent tells you that your property’s Elevation Certificate is not necessary, that doesn’t mean it can’t get you a better rate. We know what to look for and what will help.

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