An Elevation Certificate is an administrative document used by the National Flood Insurance Program (NFIP) to certify the elevation of buildings in a Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) flood zone. Information collected for the elevation certificate includes the type of building, elevations of the ground outside the building, elevations of floors including basements and crawlspaces, and the location of machinery such as boilers and air conditioners.
Serving Long Island, New York
Providing Elevation Certificates for New York.
FEMA Flood Zone
Determine Your Flood Zone for FEMA.
National Flood Insurance
NFIP Administrative Documents Provided.