FEMA Raising Program Survey
Arek Surveying provides a wide range of survey options for home and business owners throughout the greater New York area. We are fully licensed surveyors who offer a wide range of surveying options to our clients. We even offer surveys that comply with FEMA guidelines. This includes a FEMA Flood Elevation Certificate, as well as a FEMA Raising Program Survey. Both of these surveys are crucial to understanding the flood risk of a given area. So if you are in need of trusted surveyors, we are the team for you!
What is a FEMA Raising Program Survey?
In short, this type of survey is conducted to raise awareness for flood risks for home and property owners. The ultimate goal is to improve FEMA's general understanding of flood risk perceptions and inform community engagement strategies. In general, any sort of raising program survey is designed to determine the general population's: awareness of flood risk, knowledge of specific ways to mitigate flood risks, perception of barriers to mitigation activities, and understanding of the steps taken to reduce risks. The information found with be used to inform others and shared across FEMA and other Federal agencies that address common issues.
Call Today For More Information
Arek Surveying has years of experience and knowledge in the surveying field and performs various types of surveys, including ones that are in line with FEMA regulations. A FEMA raising program survey is important to understanding the flood risks an area presents. This information is useful for those looking to build in an area.
For more information about a FEMA Raising Program Survey and the benefits it provides, please contact us today. We will gladly answer any questions or concerns you may have with our surveying options. Call our office by dialing (516) 792-6676. When you call, we can provide you with a free estimate regarding any of our surveying options. So please, do not hesitate to reach out for more information about any of our surveying options!
Title surveying is available in all New York and New Jersey Counties:
Brooklyn, Bronx, Queens, Manhattan, Westchester, Yonkers, Richmond, Suffolk, Nassau, Rockland, Bergen, Essex, etc. and including the NYC area.