Upgrading to a FORTIFIED Roof™ will strengthen your roof, save you money on home insurance, and can help to ensure the safety of your house during the next Hurricane Sally.

Florida Administrative Code
requires insurance companies in Florida to offer premium discounts for residential properties that installed fixtures or used construction techniques that have been demonstrated to reduce windstorm loss.

The Florida Wind Insurance Savings Calculator can help calculate insurance savings based on home features, planned upgrades, or added mitigation measures.

The Florida Property Assessed Clean Energy (PACE) program can provide financing for up to 100% of the costs for resiliency efforts made to residential or commercial property. Property owners repay the financing for the PACE improvements through a special assessment, which is added to their property tax bill each year of an agreed-upon term.

Florida's Individual Assistance (IA) Program is the FEMA based program that supports individuals, households, and businesses recovering from the impacts of a Presidentially declared disaster.

Check for a home builder or roofers license - Use the State of Florida's Department of Business and Professional Regulation  Licensee search tool to check that your roofer or contractor is licensed. This ensures they are legally able to do work in Alabama to repair homes after Hurricane Sally.

Avoid Fraud - Do not assign benefits to a contractor, called an Assigned of Benefits (AOB) contract. Talk with your insurance company about claims directly. Get three repair quotes in writing, on company letterhead. Check for homebuilders or roofer State license. Download our Fraud Checklist

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