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Spring #flooding a major risk for U.S. communities, particularly in the Midwest & Northeast. Protect yourself! www.FloodSmart.gov/spring
Many factors can cause #spring #flooding, including heavy rains, snow melt, and spring thaws. www.FloodSmart.gov/spring
Are you prepared for #spring #floods? Learn your flood risk & protect yourself with a flood insurance policy. www.FloodSmart.gov/spring
#Flooding is the most common & costly natural disaster in the U.S. Learn how flood insurance offers financial protection: www.FloodSmart.gov
Floods can happen anywhere: More than 1 out of 5 #flood insurance claims come from moderate- to low-risk areas. www.FloodSmart.gov
A few inches of water can cause tens of thousands of dollars in damage. See what #flooding could cost you: http://go.usa.gov/xjo
There are a number of things you can do before, during & after a #flood to prepare, stay safe, and recover www.Ready.gov/floods
Most homeowners insurance does not cover #flood damage. Consider purchasing a flood insurance policy today www.FloodSmart.gov
Did you know? A building located in a high-risk flood zone is more likely to experience a #flood than a fire www.FloodSmart.gov
Typically, it takes 30 days for a #flood policy to take effect, so buy insurance now, before you need it www.FloodSmart.gov
Flooding is the most common and costly natural disaster in the United States. Educate yourself on the risks and impacts of flooding during National Flood Safety Awareness Week so you can protect your family and your property. www.ready.gov/floods
Spring flooding can happen all across the country, but residents in the Northeast and Midwest are often subject to severe flooding at this time of year. Take action to protect your property against damage. www.FloodSmart.gov/spring
A number of factors can cause spring flooding, including heavy rains and severe storms, snow and ice melt, and spring thaws. Learn more about spring flooding and how a flood insurance policy can offer financial protection at www.FloodSmart.gov/spring.
Take steps to prepare for spring floods. Learn your flood risk, make a flood plan, and protect your property by purchasing a flood policy. www.Ready.gov/floods
Remember, most homeowners insurance does not cover floods and there is typically a 30-day wait before a policy goes into effect. If you already have a flood policy, be sure to renew it each year to financially protect yourself against costly flood damage. www.FloodSmart.gov
Being prepared for a flood not only helps keep your family safe, but it also can help lessen property damage and reduce the costs of recovery. There are a number of things you can do to reduce your risk, including purchasing flood insurance and developing a family emergency plan. http://www.floodsmart.gov/floodsmart/pages/preparation_recovery/before_a_flood.jsp
Most Americans are unaware of their risk for flooding and assume they aren't in a flood zone. The reality is, floods can happen anytime, anywhere. Floods are the most commonly occurring natural disaster in the United States. In the past five years, floods have occurred in all 50 states. Learn your risk and find a flood insurance agent at www.FloodSmart.gov.
Flood insurance is available to homeowners, renters, and business owners. The average premium for a yearly flood insurance policy is around $650, and for residential properties outside of the high-risk areas, Preferred Risk Policies can start as low as $129 a year. It's well worth the investment - learn more at www.FloodSmart.gov.
We are always looking to hear from individuals, communities, and organizations. Tell us what you are doing to prepare your community for flooding so that we can share your story with others.