Get a wind mitigation home inspection from Anchored Home Inspections

What is Wind Mitigation?

Wind mitigation refers to specific features of a structure designed to minimize the damage caused by high winds, like those experienced during a hurricane. Most of these features involve the roof, though protection of openings such as doors and windows, as well as the overall age of the home are also taken into consideration.

A Wind Mitigation Inspection Can Save You Money

The purpose of a wind mitigation inspection is to provide verification that features exist in a home to protect against wind damage, resulting in discounts or rebates on your insurance premiums. The level of discount varies significantly, but savings can go as high as 40%. After the inspection, we will provide you with the paperwork you need to submit to your insurance company.

What Does a Wind Mitigation Inspection Cover?

A wind mitigation inspection is not as comprehensive as a full home inspection and typically takes between 30 minutes to one hour. The items that we look for during the inspection include, but are not limited to, the following:

  • The age of the roof covering
  • The age of the home
  • How is the roof deck attached to the frame?
  • How is the truss attached to the wall?
  • The presence of gable end bracing
  • Is there a secondary water barrier?
  • Are doors and windows adequately protected?

Wind Mitigation Home Inspections
in Vero Beach and Surrounding Areas

Anchored Home Inspections provides wind mitigation home inspections in Vero Beach, Sebastian, Fellsmere, Palm Bay, Fort Pierce, Port St. Lucie and all of Indian River County as well as Brevard County and St. Lucie County. Not sure if that's you? Give us a call at (772) 564-1833 or send us an email.

Start saving on your homeowners insurance with a wind mitigation inspection. Schedule now or give us a call at (772) 564-1833.