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Flood Insurance | Elevation & Reconstruction Financing
Mitigation & Recovery Grants, Flood Insurance, and Financing
For Your Home Elevation or Home Reconstruction

>>There is still grant funding left for the FEMA HMGP Home Elevation project in Brazoria County and some homeowners may still be eligible.<<

P3 Is a FEMA Qualified Contractor For Gulf Coast Communities

P3's Team Members Are Nationally Recognized Home Elevation and Reconstruction

As a FEMA qualified contractor for multiple Texas disaster recovery projects,
P3 team members have elevated and rebuilt over 1000 homes after Hurricane Katrina, Hurricane Harvey, and after many Texas floods in recent years.

Find out how we can aid in your post-flood recovery or help prevent future loss.

Call us at: 281-826-9799

What About Flood Insurance?

National Flood Insurance Program (NFIP)

According to the National Flood Insurance Program (NFIP) , in order for a community to participate in the National Flood Insurance Program, it must adopt the program’s minimum standards into its building codes.

Because of these NFIP requirements and the fact that many areas are prone to repeated flooding, homes will need to be elevated up to 2 feet above the base flood elevation to comply.

This is why it is important to choose an experienced contractor that specializes in home elevation and home reconstruction to rebuild your home after a flood.

P3 has helped more than 1000 families over 25+ years recover from hurricanes and rebuild after flooding. It’s what we do best.

Make sure you check with NFIP and your insurance agent to see if there are any changes to your requirements. Recent floods in Texas required adjustments to the flood risk zones that may affect you.

National Flood Insurance Flood Program

Is My House In A Floodplain?

Grant Qualification and Current Flood Mitigation Projects

If you haven’t been notified that you are in a community eligible for a flood mitigation grant to rebuild or lift your home, there are a few ways that you can find out.

  1. You will want to find out if you live in a flood zone. You can find out by visiting the FEMA Flood Map Service Center and entering your address.
  2. If you have already flooded, your current insurance agent may be able to find out if there are programs for homeowners who experience repeated flooding.
  3. Call or visit the website of your local city and county emergency management or flood mitigation division.

Our team is always working with the city, state, and county officials regarding home elevation and flood home reconstruction grants. Since Hurricane Harvey, the Memorial Day Floods, and Tax Day Floods, some of the counties that we have already lifted houses in or are currently working on FEMA home elevation and grant home reconstruction projects in include:

Aransas, Brazoria, Chambers, Fort Bend, Galveston, Guadalupe, Hardin, HarrisJefferson, Liberty, Matagorda, Montgomery, Orange, and Waller.

Department of Homeland Security FEMA

National and Texas Flood Mitigation and
Disaster Recovery Grant Programs

Community Development
and Revitalization Program

The Texas General Land Office (GLO), through its Community Development and Revitalization Program (GLO – CDR) program, is committed to rebuilding Texas communities by putting families back in their homes, restoring critical infrastructure, and mitigating future damage through community planning.

Learn more about Texas General Land Office and the GLO program here.

Grant Programs

After Hurricane Harvey and other heavy rain events, several counties in the State of Texas have been awarded funding for hazard mitigation through a Presidential Declaration. You may know these grants as FEMA Hazard Mitigation Grant Program (HMGP). Although you cannot directly apply for the grant, your community may apply on behalf of its residents. We’ve also worked on projects that were managed by the Flood Mitigation Assistance Grant Program (FMA) in home elevation. P3 has a long history of completed homes and satisfied happy homeowners within the FEMA Grant programs.

What is the FEMA Hazard Mitigation Grant Program (HMGP)?

Community Development
Block Grant - Mitigation

A program of the United States Department of Housing and Urban Development, the Community Development Block Grant Mitigation (CDBG-MIT) Program is an opportunity for eligible grantees in areas impacted by disasters for activities and projects that are essential to help mitigate flooding disaster risks and reduce future losses related to community-wide flooding.

Learn more about the CDBG-MIT program here.

Homeowner’s Assistance and Reimbursement Programs(HARP)

With HARP, homeowners can get the help they need to repair and rebuild their homes after damage from the 2018 & 2019 flooding disasters in Texas for:

Repair and rehabilitate homes
Improve damaged homes so that they are stronger against natural disasters
Elevate homes above flood level
Temporary relocation assistance
Reimburse up to $50,000 for certain out-of-pocket expenses incurred for repairs to include:
Repayment of SBA loans

Learn more about the HARP program here.

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We proudly raisereconstruct, and level home foundations in the Gulf Coast:

Guadalupe County | Harris County | Ft. Bend County
Galveston County | Aransas County | Brazoria County
Liberty County | Montgomery County | Jefferson County
Orange County | Chambers County | Hardin County
Waller County | Matagorda County | Wharton County

Cypress | Katy | Simonton | Pasadena | Galveston | Nassau Bay
New Braunfels | Angleton | West Columbia | Seguin | Bailey’s Prairie
Liverpool | Clute | Freeport | Alvin | Brazoria
Bellaire | Lake Jackson | Dickinson | Bevil Oaks | Kingwood
Brookside Village | Iowa Colony | Humble | Friendswood

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Contact Us because there’s a good chance we lift, level, and reconstruct houses in your area too!