Wind mitigation inspections are generally required by all insurance companies with the purchase of a home. Wind mitigation inspection reports cover seven different aspects of your homes construction and features. The inspection will identify the following.
1. Building Code: When the home was built and what building standards it was it constructed to.
2. Roof Covering: The type of covering, when it was installed and the installation method.
3. Roof Deck Attachment: The type of deck material and the method of attachment.
4. Roof to Wall Attachment: The WEAKEST type of roof to structure wall attachment.
5. Roof Geometry: The shape of the roof, based on parameters given in the report guide lines.
6. Secondary Water Resistance (SWR): Is a form of qualified SWR installed?
7. Opening Protection: The WEAKEST form of wind born debris protection for all types of windows and doors.
A Wind Mitigation Report will help you take advantage of the cost savings benefits determined from these seven different aspects of your home. Best Inspect will ensure you have the proper documentation to get the insurance credits you deserve. Best Inspect can also help you identify the most cost effective ways to make improvements that will increase your savings.
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