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EZ FLOOD PANELS SAVE NATIONAL REAL ESTATE DEVELOPER $93,000 ON THEIR FLOOD INSURANCE PREMIUMS.

Flood Risk America leveraged their specialized team of engineers to perform a flood risk assessment on the client’s property and collaborated with their flood insurance carrier to save them $93,000 by installing the EZ Flood Panel on their building.

·      Cost of the annual flood insurance premium: $135,000

·      Premium Eliminated: $93,000

·      New Annual Flood Insurance Premium: $42,000

The EZ Flood Panel is the Only flood panel that is certified to provide flood insurance credits. If you are paying high flood insurance premiums and have high flood deductibles, take the opportunity to have Flood Risk America perform a flood risk assessment on your properties to help reduce your flood insurance rates, while protecting your property from having a flood loss.

 

To obtain a free, comprehensive flood risk assessment:

Call Steven Gill at 561-578-4220

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Company Launches New Product That Will Change Building Design & Flood Industry

Flood Risk America has designed a new flood mitigation product called the EZ Flood Panel. It uses patented, sustainable flood seal technology to protect elevators, windows, control room doors, and lobbies against rising floodwater. This device creates a sealed barrier around the desired subject, preventing water from entering. Each panel is designed specifically for a customized fabrication to meet individual installation requirements and custom shaping and contouring to meet job specific demands. It is both easy to install and remove, taking less than ten minutes. 

The EZ Flood Panel is durable, lightweight, corrosion resistant, cost-effective, and designed to withstand more than 13,000 PSI, unlike anything else in the industry.  It was developed with technology utilized in aerospace, marine, transportation, and can withstand harsh saltwater environments. 

The EZ Flood Panel will work on new construction site properties or existing structures. It has been rigorously tested, comes with a guaranteed lifetime warranty, environmentally friendly, and is made in the United States. Flood Risk America is proud to announce that it is the Only insurance certified flood protection panel in the market.

Product Benefits:

·      FEMA Compliant

·      ISO Certified 

·      Insurance Industry Certified

·      Lower Insurance Premiums

·      Lower Insurance Deductibles

·      Better Coverage Limits

·      Cost-Effective

·      Federal Grant Assistance

·      No business interruption

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How To Avoid Expensive Flood Losses To Your Buildings

Flood Risk America’s mitigation measures help protect your ground floor lobbies, elevators, essential utilities, valuable assets, and expensive equipment, while preventing interruptions in critical services. The benefits of flood mitigation can reduce vulnerabilities, lower flood deductibles and premiums, and allow businesses to obtain better coverage limits on flood insurance.

It is important to understand your properties vulnerability and create a flood safety plan. We can help you prepare for flooding and protect your property. If your building is at risk of flooding, our 24/7-flood deployment team is dispatched to your location immediately, providing protection and avoiding flood loss.

24/7 Flood Monitoring – When flooding occurs in elevator pits or mechanical rooms, the Flood Sensory Systems sound alarms and will notify you and our monitoring center in real-time via email or text, sending the elevator up to the next highest level.   

 Benefits:

·      Lower flood insurance premiums and deductibles

·      Free flood risk assessment identifying your properties vulnerability to flooding

·      Remain operational during and after the flooding

·      Avoid a flood loss

·      Biodegradable materials

·      Environmentally friendly 

Flood Risk America Launches New Flood Mitigation Training Program

Flood Risk America (FRA)  is a  proactive Flood Risk Management company specializing in thorough evaluation and reporting of flood risks throughout the United States and Canada. This training program emphasizes the conceptual elements of flooding, how to prevent, mitigate, prepare, and recover from an emergency flooding situation. Some of the goals of this new state accredited program is listed below.

 

Goals:

To educate participants on the following concepts:

·      FEMA standards/Definitions

·      Preparation for Flooding Emergency

·      Flood Assessment

·      Emergency Plan

·      Flood Mitigation Measures

·      Pre, During, Post Flood Interventions

·      Federal Grant Funding

 

Evaluation:

At the end of this training program, participants will be able to:

·      Define conceptual elements of flooding and FEMA standard codes

·      Understand the elements of a flood and vulnerability assessment       

·      Create an emergency plan

·      Comprehend the available dry and wet flood proofing mitigation measures

·      State the known interventions before, during, and after a flooding emergency

·      Comprehend the available funding for flood mitigation solutions

 

By creating this Flood Mitigation Training Program, we hope to encourage the safety and education of the potential of a flooding emergency and to better prepare individuals for natural disasters such as hurricanes and the flooding effects associated with them. 

 

Company Launches New Flood Inspection and Maintenance Plan

Company Launches New Flood Inspection and Maintenance Plan

Flooding has been a concern for many people across the United States. Flood Risk America has decided to launch a new program to help clients become more aware of their flooding risks. 

One Company's Solution to Repetitive Loss Claims

One Company's Solution to Repetitive Loss Claims

Nationwide, 11,000 repetitive loss properties dot coastal zones or other low-lying areas with their numbers continuingly increasing. This rise is in part because of the effects of climate change and ongoing development. Flood Risk America is a company dedicated to decreasing these numbers.

Company Reaches Out to Architects With New Services to Advance the Industry

Integrated Project Delivery is an important trend in the AEC industry. Flood Risk America introduced their pre-construction consulting services to the architectural industry to help their IPD systems change in a unique and positive way that may influence a revolution in team collaboration.

For years, there has been a disconnect between FEMA and NFIP regulations. This division has impacted the insurability once construction has been completed. Flood Risk America has found a solution to identify problems and procure solutions to this matter, as well as educating their clients on how to understand FEMA compliant standards and available grant money for flood mitigation services.

Flood Risk America is using their expertise in guiding architects on understanding flood maps and challenging inaccurate flood zone delineations from FEMA for potential qualifications for LOMA and LOMR submissions. They have patented products that are FEMA compliant and certified for flood insurance credits, helping architects to mitigate problems and build in compliance with NFIP regulations. Flood Risk America is revolutionizing architectural design for flood mitigation and integrating project delivery for the AEC Industry.

 

Benefits of Services:

•       Reduce Construction Cost

•       Avoid Costly Flood Proofing Errors

•       Expedited Permitting Time

•       Building FEMA Compliant

•       Navigation Through Floodplain Requirements

•       Increase Property Value

•       Proper Mitigation Measures Against Potential Flooding

•       FEMA Grant and Mitigation Funding

Company Finds way to Save Companies Money, Without Having Them Spend Out-of-Pocket For Their Services.

Company Finds way to Save Companies Money, Without Having Them Spend Out-of-Pocket For Their Services.

The mission of the company is to keep clients happy and to not only save them money on their flood premiums and deductibles, but to provide that service free of charge.