Long Beach Island House Raising

Dated: 06/29/2016

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Long Beach Island House Raising

Information about LBI house raising, flood insurance, Hurricane Sandy and the LBI NJ real estate market. House raising has become a big business on Long Beach Island New Jersey since Hurricane Sandy in an effort to lower flood insurance costs.

LBI House Raising | Flood Insurance | Hurricane Sandy | LBI NJ Real Estate

If you are required to raise your house, or you decide the costs are worth the added piece of mind, it is important to understand the process of raising a house on LBI NJ. Among the items needed to get started, you will need the following:

  • An engineering report on the structural soundness of the house.

  • A soil test to determine if the house will be raised on blocks or pilings.

  • A survey and flood elevation certificate.

  • Disconnection letters from the utility companies.


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