A FORTIFIED Roof can save you a great deal of money on your home or wind insurance.

Here's a list of states that offer insurance discounts for FORTIFIED. Other states also provide insurance discounts for mitigation measures, which a FORTIFIED Roof may qualify you to receive. 


The Alabama FORTIFIED Insurance Discounts Sheet specifies insurance discounts for FORTIFIED construction in Mobile and Baldwin County, from 20-55% off. The discounts are now state-wide as of January 1, 2018. 


Florida homeowners can use the Wind Insurance Savings Calculator to determine how much they will save on home insurance with a FORTIFIED Roof. According to flordiadisaster.org "Florida Statute 627.0629(1) requires insurance companies to offer Florida homeowners "discounts, credits, or other rate differentials..." for construction techniques that reduce damage and loss in windstorms." 

FORTIFIED can qualify homeowners for discounts, including roof deck attachment, secondary water resistance, and roof covering. Other levels of FORTIFIED, including Silver, may be eligible for even more mitigation credits. 


Georgia Underwriting Association Mitigation Program specifies insurance discounts for FORTIFIED construction in the State and how to qualify.


The Louisiana Residential Property Storm Mitigation Incentives provides insurance premium discounts when a homeowner builds or retrofits a structure to comply with the Louisiana State Uniform Construction Code. The credits also apply if mitigation improvements, demonstrated to reduce the amount of loss from a windstorm or hurricane, are installed. 


The Maryland Insurance Administration INSURANCE PREPAREDNESS GUIDE FOR NATURAL DISASTERS For all homeowner policies issued, delivered or renewed on or after June 1, 2009, insurers are required by law to offer a discount to policyholders. To qualify, policyholders must submit proof to the insurance company that they completed qualified mitigation actions that mitigate loss from a hurricane or other storm covered under the policy. (page 2 of Guide) 


Mississippi Department of Insurance Mitigation Program provides FORTIFIED discounts ranging from 17-30% currently and can vary by company. Some companies offer higher discounts. 

North Carolina

North Carolina (Wilmington Area) FORTIFIED Insurance Discounts Sheet specifies insurance discounts for FORTIFIED construction in the State and how to qualify.


Oklahoma House Bill 1720 establishes the FORTIFIED standard as the state mitigation standard. The bill allows insurance companies to set actuarially sound rate discounts for homes that are certified to meet the standard. Additionally, the bill opens the door for other building standards to be eligible for insurance discounts only if they meet or exceed the FORTIFIED standard.

South Carolina

South Carolina allows discounts for mitigations measures taken by homeowners, and according to a recent survey, *17 insurers offer discounts for building to the FORTIFIED standard. IGNORE the last column "Max Mitigation Credits Available," insurers will cap the credits at some point, and each will vary, of course.

Homeowners can save up to 25% off their insurance by taking measures to mitigate their home, including by building to FORTIFIED standards. This South Carolina Department of Insurance Bulletin Explaining Insurance Discounts Enabling Legislation.


Homes with a FORTIFIED designation will qualify for insurance discounts through the Texas Windstorm Insurance Association (TWIA) and some insurance companies. FORTIFIED can also be eligible for many other discounts such as opening protection, wind-resistant construction, secondary water barrier. Contact your insurer and shop your insurance. 

All homes in some regions of Coastal Texas must undergo an inspection to qualify for any insurance from TWIA. Learn more about the Texas Department of Insurance Windstorm (TWIA) Inspection Program with their FAQs To be eligible for windstorm and hail insurance coverage through TWIA, new structures, alterations, additions, or repairs to existing structures, including re-roofs or roof repairs, located in the designated catastrophe areas must be constructed and inspected according to the building specifications adopted by the Texas Department of Insurance (TDI).   


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