Downloadable reference to assist in the measurement and documentation of Non-Engineered flood openings for the Elevation Certificate in accordance with the National Flood Insurance Program.
FEMA Technical Bulletin 1
FEMA's Technical Bulletin 1 (TB-1) provides guidance on the NFIP regulations concerning requirements for openings in below BFE foundation walls, and walls of enclosures for buildings located in Flood Zones A, AE, A1-A30, AR, AO, and AH.
Urban Flood Insurance Relief
Just when this condo association in Hoboken, NJ thought they were under water with their flood insurance premium...watch as the day was saved!
Determine Your Flood Risk
Find out how Flood Zone determinations, NFIP changes, and proper flood venting effect flood insurance policies.
National Flood Insurance Program (NFIP) Legislation is continuously changing. Find out what the most recent changes are, and what they mean to you.
Sea Level Rise Analysis
Surging Seas has developed an interactive mapping tool to help you determine the effects of global warming and sea level rise on your home.
The Objective of a Flood Vent
What is the objective of a flood vent? Flood Vents protect houses and buildings during floods by preventing water pressure buildup that can destroy walls and foundations.
Reduce Flood Insurance
Meet The Wagners in this Best Practice Story and see how they were able to reduce their flood insurance.
Failure is not an Option
FAILURE is not an option when it comes to flood openings. Watch as the Flood Risk Evaluator® Team puts some vents to the test.
Flood Vents Save Homes
See how Flood Vents helped save homes during Hurricane Sandy, surrounding neighborhood homes without compliant flood vents were not so fortunate.