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Four Point Inspection: $75.00
Wind Mitigation: $75.00
Roof Inspection: $95.00
The focus of the inspection is to determine the approximate age, components, and general condition of these components. Insurance companies typically require that the inspections be performed by a certified licensed home inspector licensed in the state of Florida. Our inspectors are able to provide an accurate inspection and offer advice to address any specific requirements or concerns from your insurance provider. Of course, there are many insurance companies and inspection requirements can vary and change at any time.
The following items are building and construction features that reduce wind damage:
[Wind Mitigation Inspection Services]
A Wind Mitigation Inspection is the most effective inspection type in lowering your insurance policy and we thrive for integrity in order to deliver an accurate inspection. We can perform these Insurance Mitigation Inspections that help you save money year after year on the wind portion of your insurance premiums.
What is a Four-Point Inspection?
A four-point Inspection is often required when obtaining a new homeowners insurance policy or renewing an existing policy. Four Point Inspections covers the four main components of a residential property including the roof, plumbing, electrical, & HVAC systems. Homes over 25 years of age typically require a 4-point inspection report before most insurance companies will write a policy on the property.
Insurance Provider Four Point Inspections Insurance Survey
Wind Mitigation Inspections
A wind mitigation inspection is an inspection of the covering areas of a structure that help protect it from hurricane force winds. If these protective features are properly installed, your home can qualify for wind and or windstorm credits with any Florida homeowners insurance company. This can mean a substantial savings of up to 88% for homeowners.
Wind mitigation discounts became effective in 2003, according to Florida Statutes, insurance companies are required to offer Florida homeowners "discounts or credits" for implementing construction techniques that reduce damage or loss in windstorms.