What is wind mitigation form?

What is wind mitigation form?

A wind mitigation report informs the insurance company of a home’s construction in order to determine its stability in the event of strong winds. This rating is determined by the rating stickers installed by manufacturers on windows and doors and by any form of hurricane shutters made for the home.

What is a mitigation form?

A mitigation inspection, also referred to as a wind mitigation inspection and Uniform Mitigation Verification Inspection form, is to determine the appropriateness of a particular structure’s construction in the event of strong winds (hurricanes, tropical storms and other windstorm-related claims).

Where do I get a wind mitigation report?

Call HomeTeam to schedule a certified inspector to perform a wind mitigation inspection on your home. We will inspect, photograph, and report the key features of the home that decrease the amount of damage that may occur during a hurricane or strong windstorm.

What is a Uniform Mitigation Verification inspection Form?

What is the OIR-B1-1802 Uniform Mitigation Verification Inspection form? The OIR-B1-1802 is a standardized form produced by the Office of Insurance Regulation (OIR) for the purpose of verifying mitigation features of a structure that help reduce the possibility of damage to the building during high wind conditions.

Who does a wind mitigation report?

Certified home inspectors are typically used for most wind mitigation inspections. If you are purchasing a home, a professional home inspector can do both the wind mitigation, four point, and/or buyer’s inspections at the same time. Many even offer a discount for performing multiple inspections at once.

How much does it cost for wind mitigation?

The average cost of a wind mitigation inspection is about $100, which is usually more than offset by the insurance savings.

How do you do wind mitigation?

Legally, wind mitigation inspections can only be performed by a licensed general contractor, building contractor, architect, engineer, building inspector, or home inspector. Certified home inspectors are typically used for most wind mitigation inspections.

What happens during a wind mitigation inspection?

A wind mitigation inspection should take about 30 minutes to a hour. The inspector will come to your home and evaluate your shingles, roof decking, roof to wall connection, roof permitting, shutters, roof shape and if you have a secondary water barrier.

What does a wind mitigation inspection consist of?

How long is wind mitigation good for?

Wind mitigation inspections determine a home’s stability in the event of strong winds. They are valid for five (5) years from the original date of inspection. Essentially, the review entails whether specific building codes have been installed limiting the damage caused by severe winds.