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Second Look Flood Announces Updated Flood Maps in Massachusetts

Few things can be as devastating as flood damage to a house or business. Being prepared can offer security. Second Look Flood recently announced new FEMA flood maps showing the new high-risk flood zones. These maps are now available for review.

Massachusetts – WEBWIRE

While floods can leave widespread damage, there’s no doubt knowing the risk offers many people a chance to prepare their homes and minimize the potential impact.  This knowledge, which can be incredibly valuable, is also now available in a reliable and affordable way.  

Second Look Flood, a company who studies FEMA information and produces reports showing what properties are at risk, recently announced these flood maps are now updated more often than ever, delivering accurate information to clients.  

New FEMA flood maps become effective on 07/16/2015 in:

  • Bristol County
  • Norfolk County
  • Plymouth County

“For the average homeowner, trying to understand the FEMA Flood Insurance Rate Maps (FIRM) can be difficult and confusing,”  commented a spokesperson from Second Look Flood.  “We remove those headaches by researching the FEMA information and creating flood zone reports that are easy to understand and provide real value to the people who use our service.”

According to Second Look Flood, they specialize in manually researched flood zone determinations.  This provides unmatched accuracy and visual evidence to support every determination retuned.  A FEMA flood map specialist  manually researches each property, identifies the unique situation, and takes the homeowner down the right path to the best possible outcome. 

Second Look Flood also provides a service helping clients find the least expensive flood insurance possible.  In many cases this can save clients as much as 30% to 50% on what they would normally pay to satisfy their lender’s mandatory flood insurance requirement.

Feedback from users of Second Look Flood have been positive across the board.

Mary, from Westborough, MA, recently said, “It was wonderful to be able to actually see what FEMA was saying. Thanks for your help.”

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