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A nationally certified Floodplain Manager will review your property and determine your flood status.
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Flood Resource Center | Understanding Flood | Flood Links | Professional Flood Analysis

Everything Flood

The Flood Resource Center is at the core of our business. It provides customer support, LOMA application services, engineer and surveyor referrals, report analysis, web-based flood related content, and educational outreach.
The Center is staffed by highly trained professionals, including Certified Floodplain Managers, GIS Specialists, Flood & Tideland Analysts, and Training Specialists.

Professional Flood Analysis

The first step in understanding your flood risk is to obtain an official insured WTG Flood Determination. This determination will provide important information regarding the flood zone affecting structures on your property.
WTG is available for consulting and analysis on any report that we produce. From the title agent right down to the homeowner we are here to help. If you have a WTG determination you have access to the expertise, understanding, and guidance of our trained flood specialists. We are always just a phone call or an email away.
We can also help answer questions regarding steps that can be taken to lower insurance premiums for structures that are affected by a high risk flood zone. The first step in any high risk situation would be to obtain an elevation certificate. This is an important document to help you understand the next steps in lowering your premiums.
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A Superior Flood Determination
Visual Verification Flood Determinations include aerial overlays of the flood zones so that you can see the location of the flood zone on the property and how it relates to all insurable structures. The overlays allow you to see EXACTLY how and why your structure is affected. This removes any question as to how the determination was made by our analysts.
Certified Insured Report Flood Determinations are WTG Certified and Insured for errors and omissions. Determinations are produced using state of the art GIS technology by our in-house flood experts. We also have several Certified Floodplain Managers (CFMs) on staff. You can be confident that the report you receive from is using the best available data from FEMA.
Preliminary FEMA Data Flood Determinations also include Preliminary FEMA data when it is available. This data is sourced from revisions FEMA is making to regulatory map products. Since the data is not regulatory, it cannot be used to rate flood insurance policies at this time. It is provided so that homeowners and local officials can make the most informed decision using "potential" changes to guide them.
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