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What Is An Elevation Certificate?
To record a building’s location, lowest point of elevation, flood zone and other characteristics, an elevation certificate would be necessary. An Elevation Certificate is used as a policy rating tool for the National Flood Insurance Program (NFIP). An Elevation Certificate provides elevation information necessary to assess flood risk and ensure compliance with local floodplain regulations. An Elevation Certificate is the most accurate means of determining if a property is located in a floodplain.
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When Do I Need An Elevation Certificate?
If you are purchasing a home that has a higher chance of flood risks, you may want to consider requesting an elevation certificate from the sellers. As well as if you are building a home in an area that has a higher chance of flooding, you can request the builder to obtain an elevation certificate.
Great Lakes Engineering has the professional land surveyors to evaluate your property and complete a new or updated elevation certificate. To obtain an elevation certificate, reach out to the professionals at Great Lakes Engineering.