A FEMA ELEVATION CERTIFICATE is a form that is completed by a licensed land surveyor, listing detailed information about a structure’s elevation to see if the building is located above or below the base flood elevation (BFE) along that floodway.  The BFE is the “100-year flood elevation, “or a flood which has a 1% chance of happening in any given year.  The Elevation Certificate is used by insurance agents for the purpose of quoting your property for a flood insurance rate.  An Elevation Certificate is also used to support a Letter of Map Amendment (LOMA) or a Letter of Map Revision (LOMR), which can remove your requirements to have flood insurance for your property.

LandTech has completed numerous elevation certificates throughout Wisconsin and has helped numerous landowners either lower their flood insurance or completely rid themselves of flood insurance requirements. In return, they will save thousands of dollars over the years to come.

LandTech will help those who feel they are paying for flood insurance unjustly or would like to have their home rated at a lower risk for flooding. Having been through the process many of times, we understand the frustrations and complexities this process may entail. Put our experience to the test as we have successfully helped many of our clients save hundreds, if not thousands of dollars a year. Choose LandTech to fill out an Elevation Certificate or a LOMA and let us handle this difficult process with FEMA to lower your flood insurance.