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About Flood Relief Specialists

The objective of Flood Relief Specialists (FRS) is to initiate and complete the process of placing accuracy, which typically results in a reduction or elimination of the required federally mandated flood insurance.

Flood Relief Specialist Team
The FRS Team from left to right: Ann, Nora, Brandon, Lexi, and Jennifer

Since our founding in 1999, FRS has grown to be the foremost company nationwide that effectively assists structure owners in placing accuracy with their mandatory flood insurance premiums.

The FRS Team has spent over a decade committed to assisting every client and creating solutions for structure owners affected by the Special Flood Hazard Area (SFHA).

We are able to answer your questions and are confident we can guide you to the most beneficial results.

Flood Relief Specialists – News

May 2015
Already have an Elevation Certificate? Forward a copy to us and receive $50 off of your Preliminary Evaluation cost when you mention code EC5615 (Expires 6/30/15). Please email us at frs@frspecialists.com or call 877-311-6622 for more information.

March 2015
Click on the icon below to listen to Lexi’s interview with KC Armstrong on WRNW1 Radio.

Flood Relief Specialists Radio Interview

March 2014
The Homeowner Flood Insurance Affordability Act of 2014 was signed into law. This resulted in modifications to the Biggert-Waters Flood Insurance Reform Act and additional changes to the National Flood Insurance Program. For more info visit: http://www.fema.gov/flood-insurance-reform