Flood Insurance - New Jersey & Jersey Shore

New FEMA Flood Maps providing updated information for the coastal NewYork and New Jersey Shore area hit by Hurricane Sandy are now available to the public and you can see them here.

New Jersey Shore, Long Island, Long Beach Island (LBI), Manhattan, Staten Island, Five New York City (NYC) Boroughs, and dozens of other communities along the East Cost experienced the storm of the century. Record flooding from rain and tidal surge, high winds, the shore line undergoes significant damage and permanent change from Sandy.

FEMA has recently updated the Flood Maps for the coastal NewYork and New Jersey Shore area hit by Hurricane Sandy and you can see them here.

Flooding is on the rise throughout the United States. FEMA says everyone lives in a flood zone and recent super storms has certainly proved that. The people of the New York / New Jersey Shore know that fact was never truer and flood insurance has never been more important. However, acting quickly is also important because it takes 30 days for a flood policy to go into effect and with flood maps changing, it could also save you money through the PRP program and Grandfathering laws.

Also of prime concern is getting your flood insurance from a financially stable, reputable company that will be there when you need them. Franklin Flood, LLC is America's premier flood insurance provider, a FEMA award winning US company located in Exton, Pennsylvania, a suburb of Philadelphia.

Franklin has earned the Administrator’s Club Award at the 2005 and 2007 National Flood Conferences, sponsored by FEMA, the Federal Emergency Management Administration. This award is bestowed upon companies in recognition of their contributions to the growth of the government's National Flood Insurance Program ( NFIP ).

Franklin takes pride in providing the best customer service experience in the business. If you have questions before you buy or need assistance after you buy, give us a call and talk to one of Franklin's licensed flood insurance specialists. .

When you add it all up, it's easy to see why Franklin has become a leader in the flood insurance industry. Our in-house staff of professional, experienced flood insurance experts are available 24 hours a day to handle questions and customer claims quickly and courteously. Call 888-567-9600

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Flood Insurance is Affordable Again:

The Homeowner Flood Insurance Affordability Act of 2014 (HFIAA), which went into effect July 1, 2014, restores grandfathering and much of the previous affordable rate structure and more reasonable regulations. For the consumer this means that NFIP Flood Insurance is affordable and obtainable again.

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