Flood Insurance for the Texas Gulf Coast!
Serving Alvin, Brazoria, Friendswood, Galveston, Houston, League City, and Pearland, Texas
Flooding is an on-going problem facing Texas residents that own property along the Gulf Coast region. Major damage resulting from severe thunderstorms, tropical storms, hurricanes and any weather event bringing sudden or prolonged rainfall, can be a crippling expense for home and property owners. Protect yourself in the event of a weather disaster with affordable flood insurance. R Tinker Insurance has years of experience providing flood insurance to residents in Houston, Harris County, Friendswood, Pearland, all along the Gulf Coast and inland Texas regions.
Flash Flooding – Inland Texas
Inland areas of Texas are by no means immune to flood damage. Drought-prone areas that receive little annual rainfall become high-risk flood zones as the ground becomes overly dry and dense. When these areas are subjected to heavy bouts of rainfall in a short period of time, they are extremely susceptible to flash flooding. The damages associated with flash floods are similar to those related with other types of flooding, expect that homes in these areas are often severely unequipped to deal with raised water levels.
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Using our over 20 years of experience providing regional flood coverage, we will help evaluate you risks for flood damage and craft an affordable insurance plan that takes into consideration your level of risk. Call (281) 484-7158 today for more info or fill out our form to request a free quote for Texas flood insurance.
More information about the dangers of flooding
Flooding is a national problem…
In 1968, Congress created the National Flood Insurance Program (NFIP). This was needed because of the sharply rising costs of emergency relief to property owners after a flood. Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) manages the NFIP, and works with almost 20,000 communities across the country to enforce floodplain management ordinances.
Millions of homeowners now have valuable protection against a flood loss. It is available to every resident of communities that participate in the NFIP, regardless of whether the structure is located in a mapped flood plain. Flood insurance can be purchased through us or the NFIP directly. There is a 30-day waiting period before coverage under a new policy takes effect.
Please let us know if you would like to discuss this often overlooked coverage.