Wind Mitigation Inspection

Palm City, Stuart, Port St Lucie, Fort Pierce, Jupiter, Tequesta
Florid Hurricane

Wind Mitigation Inspection Details

The purpose of A Wind Mitigation Inspection is to save you money on your home owners insurance. Florida law requires that insurance companies give you wind mitigation credits for certain home construction features.

AA Inspections performs wind mitigation inspections on houses from Fort Pierce to the Palm Beaches. Our team of licensed inspectors has been performing inspections since 2007 and we have saved our clients hundreds of thousands of dollars on their home owners insurance in the form of wind mitigation credits. A recent customer's hurricane premium was reduced from over $6000 to $3200. And this is not uncommon.

Your wind mitigation inspection from AA Inspections will be delivered on the Uniform Mitigation Inspection Form - the form required by the Florida Department of Insurance.

Wind Mitigation Inspections Address the Following:

  • Building Code Compliance
  • Roof Covering (Shingles, Concrete or Clay Tile, Metal, Build Up, Membrane)
  • Roof Deck Attachment
  • Roof to Wall Attachment (Toe Nails, Clips, Single Wraps, Double Wraps)
  • Roof Geometry (Hip, Flat, Other)
  • Secondary Water Resistance
  • Opening Protection (Windows, Doors, Shutters)
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Our team is available to review the wind mitigation report with you and answer any questions you have.

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The Wind Mitigation Inspection Process


Scheduling Your Inspection

Wind Mitigations Inspections are typically setup by the homeowner as the primary purpose is to save money on your homeowners inspection. Contact our office by phone or our contact form and will be happy to schedule your inspection.

The Day of the Inspection

The homeowner or someone familiar with the home should be home for the inspection. Our inspectors will need to access to the inside of the home and the attic.

Reviewing Your Home Inspection Report

Your inspection report will be in the form of the Uniform Mitigation Verification Inspection Form. It will be emailed to you. In addition to completing the required form we will include supporting photography.

The AA Inspections Difference

Our Lead Inspector John Staab is both a licensed General contractor and Home inspector. John has remodeled and built multiple residential and commercial projects.

John has also inspected thousands of properties in the tri county area. “My background in construction, real estate investing, along with my home inspection experience give me an edge that cannot be learned from an online inspection program.” In order to stay abreast of advancements in his field, continuing education, periodicals and training seminars are a constant requirement for him.