This storm caused extensive damage in the area, which costs the insurance companies a tremendous amount of money. The property and home owners located in this region need to be aware of this possibility, and plan for it if they are going to rebuild their properties.
The new building codes are expected to be much more strict and require much higher elevations on the New Jersey shoreline. If a property owner was to rebuild without taking that into account, it is thought that an average home in the area would see their home owners and flood insurance increase by as much as, $30,000 per year.
Neil Byrne, a construction official and certified flood plain manager for Sea Isle City was quoted by the Press of Atlantic City as saying “In all likelihood, they will change the building heights.”
Salvatore Santoro Architects LLC has a long and reputable history in New Jersey for many years now. They have designed virtually every type of property, from extremely large commercial projects, to individual custom residential homes.
Their reputation is impeccable, and they have placed themselves on the frontline when it comes to understanding and implementing the new building regulations that FEMA will soon announce. In fact, they have already designed a new home which will be located on Ortley Beach, NJ based on the new regulations that anybody can view if they stop by their office.
Salvatore Santoro Architects LLC offers free consultations to any property owner that believes that they could be affected by the new regulations. In the meeting, they will explain to you exactly what is going to take place, and how to protect your investments.
For more information about Salvatore Santoro Architects LLC, please visit their website using the link provided. www.salarchitect.com