Preliminary Flood Maps For Coastal South Carolina

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Andrew Muller

Andrew Muller

Mappus Insurance Agency Inc.


First and foremost, I am a father to my daughter Poppy. I love her so much!
I also love helping people understand their insurance (yes, I truly do), reading educational and self-growth books, eating great food, and working out in the gym, at the beach, or anywhere outside! I am a die-hard Louisville Cardinal fan but also like the South Carolina Gamecocks and Clemson Tigers (yes, I like both teams)!

Born in Charlotte, NC. Raised in Louisville, KY. College in Charleston, SC. Reside in Mt. Pleasant, SC.

I hold many insurance designations and I am very involved within the industry, sitting on our state's insurance association board. I am very involved on a federal level with flood insurance reform.

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This video is a quick overview of the changes coming to flood insurance here in the Lowcountry.  If you live in Mount Pleasant, Charleston, Isle of Palms, Sullivan’s Island, Edisto, Kiawah, Seabrook…and you are a homeowner, looking to purchase a home, an investor, a realtor, or a mortgage broker, then this is the video for you.  After watching this video, you will learn more about:

  1. When are the new flood maps going to be implemented?
  2. How to look up a preliminary flood map
  3. The impact of changing flood zones (X to AE or AE to X)
  4. The overall impact (the numbers) to Charleston County
  5. What to do NOW to prepare for these flood map zone changes

We are sure you will have questions after watching this video.  We ask that you submit any questions to OR submit a request below.  You can also call our office at 843.763.4200 to speak with one of our flood insurance advisors.

Interactive Map Website (to look up your preliminary flood zone)

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