Your wind mitigation inspection must be conducted by an authorized inspector who meets the minimum qualifications for wind mitigation inspectors, as established by Florida law.
A authorized inspector must hold an active license as one of the following:
- Home inspector licensed under Section 468.8314, Florida Statutes, and who has completed both the statutory number of hours of hurricane mitigation training approved by the Construction Industry Licensing Board and a proficiency exam
- Building code inspector certified under Section 468.607, Florida Statutes
- General, building or residential contractor licensed under Section 489.111, Florida Statutes
- Professional engineer licensed under Section 471.015, Florida Statutes
- Professional architect licensed under Section 481.213, Florida Statutes
- Any other individual or entity recognized by the insurer as possessing the necessary qualifications to properly complete the Florida Office of Insurance Regulation Uniform Mitigation Verification Inspection Form (OIR-B1-1802) required by Florida law
Any authorized inspector can conduct your wind mitigation inspection and complete the OIR-B1-1802 form.