SAR Inspection Services – “Uniform Windstorm Mitigation Inspections”
We provide “windstorm inspections” that saves homeowners money. We guarantee that you will save money on the windstorm portion of your homeowners insurance, or we will refund the cost of the inspection. Homeowners have absolutely nothing to lose, and substantial premium savings to gain. Refer to our “testimonials page” to read what people are saying about the money they have saved from having the inspection done – it is incredible!!!!!!
The cost of the inspection is just $150 and the sooner you make your inspection appointment, the sooner you start saving on your policy. If you have already paid your premium for the year, the inspection should qualify you for a reduced premium. In some cases, the savings may even be retroactive to the beginning of your most recent policy. What this means is that after you get the inspection, you may get a refund from your insurance company!
FLORIDA INSURANCE COMPANIES BY LAW HAVE TO GIVE DISCOUNTS !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
The state legislation adopted provisions for a new statewide building code (the 2001 Florida Building Code), which became effective on March 1, 2002. The same legislation included a requirement for insurance companies to provide property insurance discounts for homes that have construction features that reduce the losses in windstorms. Each insurance company was required to submit new rates by February 28, 2003 and include discounts for wind damage reduction (mitigation) construction features.
The discounts are justified because stronger, more wind-resistive houses have lower windstorm losses, and lower windstorm losses means reduced costs to insurance companies. The insurance discounts provide some financial incentives for homeowners to strengthen their existing homes and for new construction to be built to the strongest options in the Florida Building Code.
These new insurance rate discounts in Florida began to take place in 2003. They apply to both existing construction (houses built prior to 2002) and new construction built to the new statewide Florida Building Code (FBC).
To qualify for these discounts, most insurance companies require a certification of the key construction features.