If you have had flood damage due to the recent storms, contact flood claims at 877.254.6819.
Below are some links that may be helpful:
~ Apply for disaster assistance at Disasterassistance.gov
~ Learn how to recognize and deal with your own and your family’s stress after a disaster – Coping with Disaster
~ Let your loved ones know you are safe and well by registering on the Red Cross Safe and Well Site. You can also search for friends and family.
BE PREPARED for future storms, download the FEMA mobile app to receive weather alerts and helpful safety tips.
Flood is the most common natural disaster.
It happens in every region of the country, near water and inland, in high-risk flood zones and low-risk zones, and in places that have never been flooded before.
Just inches of water can cause tens of thousands of dollars in damage to your home.
Using our cost of flooding tool, you can estimate how much it might cost to repair your home, based on its square footage and the flood level. Launch cost of flooding tool.
Damage from flooding is not covered under your home insurance policy.
That’s why it’s important to talk to your Gulfstream agent about purchasing a separate Flood policy. Your agent can provide you with a quote and answer any questions you may have about how flood coverage works and when it applies.
Purchasing flood insurance is affordable and easy.
The average flood insurance policy is $700 per year, but if you’re located in a low risk area you may qualify for a Preferred Risk Policy, with premiums starting at only $170.
There is a 30-day waiting period for flood coverage to take effect after purchasing the policy. Keep this in mind when planning for summer storm months, which is peak season for heavy rains and flooding.
Becky Bentley didn’t think she needed flood insurance because her home was not in a high-risk flood zone.
Watch this short video to see how much damage can be done even in a low-risk area.
Ready to get started with flood insurance? Contact a Gulfstream agent for a quote today.Find an Agent
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