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Texas is know for various weather patterns across the state. From Hurricanes to Snow Storms, the landscape can go from a drought to a flood in matter of hours. With the unpredictability of Mother Nature, you need to have the protection of flood insurance.
Even if you do not live in a flood zone as defined by the National Flood Insurance Program, you can still Flood. Flooding is not covered by a standard homeowner's insurance policy, and flood insurance is only available where the local government has adopted adequate flood plain management regulations.
Buying a flood insurance policy is actually quite affordable compared to other types of insurance. So ask yourself what check you would want to write, a check for a few hundred dollars for a preferred flood policy or a check to a contractor for the tens of thousand of dollars.
Make the smart choice and call an agent at Pavlicek Insurance to secure your flood policy today!