Insurance Inspection


Save up to a 45% on your policy premium!

A Wind Storm Mitigation is best described as, a structural inspection of your home to determine if it qualifies for certain wind resistance features or ratings. These ratings relate to how much risk is associated with your home in the event of a serious storm or Hurricane. These reductions are called Wind Mitigation Credits or Discounts. The more Hurricane resistant features a home has, the more Wind Mitigation Credits it may acquire.

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JCM Building Services is dedicated to providing you with an accurate Windstorm Mitigation that will get you the reductions your home deserves. Florida Law entitles homeowners to premium reductions based upon their homes wind resistance features. But, you can’t get these discounts without a Wind Mitigation Inspection. Depending on your homes characteristics, you can save up to a 50% on your policy premium!

The way to reduce insurance rates is to have a safer home.   JCM Building Services can help evaluate your home to become more wind-resistive and have lesser damage during a windstorm event.  Lesser damage equals reduced insurance costs for homeowners.

JCM Building Services is dedicated to providing you with an accurate Windstorm Mitigation. Don’t put your potential savings at risk by entrusting your Wind Inspection to newly licensed inspectors or a large firm that refers out their inspections. You can take comfort in the fact that we stand by our inspections.

The following list of the structural items contribute to the greatest Wind Mitigation Credits.

  1. Roof Shape
  2. Roof-to Wall Connection
  3. Roof covering
  4. Roof Deck Attachment
  5. Secondary Water Resistance
  6. Opening Protection

JCM Building Services provides Wind Mitigation Inspections to single family homes, townhomes and condominiums. Wind Mitigation discounts are applied toward the windstorm portion of your total insurance premium. Any home that has a windstorm policy can benefit from a Wind Mitigation Inspection


A Four-Point Insurance inspection is typically performed to obtain, or renew, an insurance policy on structures older than 25 years. A Four-Point inspection is a limited, visual survey of the heating/air conditioning, roof, electrical, and plumbing systems.



Roof Condition Inspection included with your Wind Mitigation! 

The roof covering has a definite life span and even minimal windstorms or hurricanes and hail damage can cause substantial damage if the roof is not properly maintained or in need of replacement. A Citizens Roof Condition Certification Inspection is designed to identify and provide information on the condition of the roof, its age, and remaining useful life. Citizens is frequently requesting a Roof Condition Certification Inspection on older homes regardless of the date of the last roof replacement.


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