Wind Mitigation

Ways to Save On Your Homeowners Insurance Policy
I specialize in inspections for the insurance industry (wind mitigation inspection, 4-point inspection). Let me help you lower your windstorm premiums . By simply contacting me, I can determine whether or not you are eligible for Wind Mitigation discounts that can save you up to 45% off your windstorm insurance.

Contact me … for your one time wind mitigation inspection and save money now! You may even receive a REFUND check from your insurance company. Wind Mitigation Inspection fees are reasonable and you will receive your Wind Mitigation discount every time you renew your policy.

There are Wind Mitigation inspection fee discounts for multiple property owners and scheduling with a neighbor, friend, of family…so tell a friend!

A Wind Mitigation Inspection is a valuable inspection service that may reduce your windstorm insurance . Wind Insurance discounts are available for building features that reduce damage during high wind events.

The Wind Mitigation discounts are justified because stronger, more wind-resistive structures have lower windstorm losses, which means reduced costs to insurance companies. Most existing structures have one or more wind resistive construction features and may qualify for some Wind Mitigation insurance discounts.

Wind Mitigation Inspections are available for all single family homes, townhouses, condos, and commercial buildings.

We will document the Wind Mitigation features present in your home and produce a WIND MITIGATION CERTIFICATE for you to use in order to receive your wind mitigation credits on your Wind Insurance policy.

The features enhance the vulnerable components of your home’s protective shell or envelope by fortifying your roof, exterior walls, windows and doors so they will not breach or fail in high winds.

If this protective shell or envelope is breached, not only can wind-driven rain and debris enter your home causing considerable damage to its interior, but the high winds can enter your home and exert pressure on your walls and roof leading to catastrophic damage to your property.

Schedule your Wind Mitigation Inspection and receive your WIND MITIGATION CERTIFICATION upon completion of the inspection.

Wind Mitigation inspectors look for construction features that have been shown to reduce losses in hurricanes, such as a hip roof, concrete block construction, the presence of gable end bracing, shutters and opening protections, the presence of single or double roof straps, and the presence of a secondary water resistance barrier.

  • Roof coverings, such as shingles that meet the FBC Requirements.
  • Roof decks that have been installed with large nails and close spacing.
  • Hurricane clips/straps that hold the roof structure to the walls.
  • Protection of Openings such as windows and glass doors with impact resistant glazing or other protection systems.
  • Secondary Water Resistance that prevents the roof from leaking if the roof covering is blown off in a windstorm.
  • Newly Constructed Homes built to the Florida Building Code since March 1, 2002
  • Homes built to the South Florida Building Code in Miami-Dade and Broward Counties after 1994.

Report on how a wind mitigation inspection can reduce a homeowner’s windstorm insurance by as much as 45%.

Mitigation Inspections are a valuable inspection service that may reduce your windstorm insurance. Insurance discounts are available for building features that reduce damage during high wind events.

The discounts are justified because stronger, more wind-resistive structures have lower windstorm losses, which mean reduced costs to insurance companies. Most existing structures have one or more wind resistive construction features and may qualify for some insurance discounts.

To qualify for a Wind Mitigation Discount and/or rebate on your existing Wind insurance policy, insurance companies require that a wind mitigation inspection be completed). My wind mitigation inspection fee will cover all related aspects of the wind mitigation certification.

Please note that insurance companies may have more features that qualify for wind mitigation credits such as doors and gable end bracing.