If you own a home, you have to insure it, and thanks to large disasters as well as overall inflation, most people’s homeowners insurance premiums are going up. If you are looking to reduce your homeowners insurance costs, there are a number of things you can do, including raising your deductible, shopping around and installing a home security system. One thing you may not have thought of, however, is having a wind mitigation experience.
Since much of the damage covered by home insurance in Florida, comes from wind, insurers are very concerned about it. That’s why many insurers require a wind mitigation inspection, and it’s actually a good thing. During the inspection, the inspector will look for key features and additions to your home that would qualify you for discounts on insurance. He or she also will give you tips on things you can do to your home to get further discounts.
To learn more about home insurance in general and wind mitigation inspections specifically, contact the experts at Allied Insurance, www.alliancesrq.com.