The Land Surveyor servicing Chandler Arizona will research the flood zone and base flood elevation, if applicable. The Land Surveyor will then transfer an elevation to the site from the nearest certified benchmark in Chandler Arizona
Different measurements or elevations are required in different sections of the Elevation Certificate form depending on the flood zone and building type. Using a precision level, the elevations required will be taken
Some of the requirements are elevations around the outside edge of the building to determine which are the highest and lowest elevations, the finished floor elevation and, if applicable, the lowest point will be determined on any machinery, such as an air conditioner or water heater, inside the attached garage or outside of the building.
If the floor of the building is raised with a crawlspace, like that of a manufactured home, the square footage of the crawlspace will be noted.
Multiple photographs of the building will be taken, typically a couple in the front and back, visibility permitting.
After the field work is completed by the Land Surveyor, the FEMA Flood Elevation Certificate form will then be completed with the data obtained from the field at the Chandler Arizona Property. Additional information required includes the address, Assessors Parcel Number, lattitude and longitude, Flood Zone, Base Flood Elevation, the identity and elevation of the Benchmark used. The pictures taken will be attached to Pages 3 and 4 of the FEMA Elevation Certificate form. The Elevation Certificate will then be sealed with the Land Surveyors professional seal, signed as required and delivered.
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