Flood Elevations On Long Beach Island

Dated: 09/16/2013

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Understanding A and V Flood Zones on Long Beach Island

Long Beach Island NJ

In late October 2012 Hurricane Sandy made landfall on Long Beach Island NJ. For the first time in recent memory, residents on LBI had to contend not only with repairing the damage caused by Hurricane sandy but also understanding Flood Elevations in an A or V Zone on Long Beach Island NJ and making sure that when rebuilding, these new codes were adhered to. The good news is, Long Beach Island has made a remarkable recovery with the vast majority of homes and businesses being open for the Summer 2013 season. For those who elected to build a new home, it is very important to understand the proper flood elevations and how rebuilding to different heights will not only impact the future safety of the home but also their flood insurance rates. To learn more about flood elevations on Long Beach Island please visit the link below: http://www.buylbi.com/lbirealestate/flood-elevations-in-an-a-or-v-zone-on-long-beach-island-nj/

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