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Today is the the day. See us with Sharon Bunce of Keller Williams Realty at an open house located at 598 Empire Ave Palm Bay, TODAY, starting at 12:00. We will be there to all your questions including home inspections and offering discounts on wind mitigation services. Come see us! Refreshments w...
10/04/2009
Honor Construction Inspection Service is teaming up with Sharon Bunce of Keller Williams Realty. We will be at an open house located at 598 Empire Ave Palm Bay, this Sunday October 4th, starting at 12:00. We will be there to answer any questions and concerns you may have. Also offering discounts ...
10/01/2009
A four point inspection is usually requested by your insurance company when starting a new homeowner's policy. The house is usually older, some companies require it as new as twenty years and some as old as fifty years. The four points they want to look at are roof, electrical, plumbing and heat...
08/22/2009
The last three sections of the Wind Mitigation is for Construction, Secondary Water Barrier and Opening protection. A House is not always one construction type.   Typically an addition may be another kind of construction like concrete block or frame.  The OIR form wants us to specify the percenta...
06/21/2009
Section 3 we are looking at:Roof to Wall Attachment: What is the weakest roof to wall connection? Toe Nail Rafter/truss anchored to top plate of wall using nails driven at an angle through the rafter/truss and attached to the top plate of the wall. Clips Metal attachments on every rafter/truss th...
06/14/2009
Contiued from Wind Mitigation - save money on homeowners insurance- it is the law   The 1802 form starts with the age of the roof.    Roof Covering: Date of Installation: . At a minimum meets the 2001 Florida Building Code or the 1994 South Florida Building Code or Does not meet the above minimum...
05/17/2009
Wind Mitigation is a way of preventing wind damage to a structure. Florida Law states that insurance companies are required to give you discounts on homeowner's insurance if the insured building is protected by features that will prevent damage to the structure during a storm. There are eight are...
11/29/2008
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