Flood Insurance

Did you know that floods are the second most common type of natural disasters? Flood insurance compensates for physical property damage resulting from flooding. Flooding can result from heavy rains, melting snow, blocked storm drainage systems, mudflow, overflow of inland or tidal waters or from other sources. For flood insurance to take effect, the water must cover at least two acres of normally dry land or affect at least two properties. The national government funds flood insurance therefore making the cost affordable as well as the same wherever you purchase it from. Homeowner policies do not include flood insurance therefore must be purchased separately. Ask one of our agents today for more information regarding this type of coverage.

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