The second largest insurance company in Florida, Citizens Insurance, requires a roof inspection for shingle roofs older than 25 years, and at 50 years for tile, slate, clay, concrete, and metal roofs. The inspector must verify at least three years of remaining useful life. Here’s how it is stated at their website.
Other Florida insurance companies may have different standards and, or course, they are always subject to change.
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• Should I give a copy of the home inspection report to the bank or insurance company?
• How do I get the hip roof discount for my homeowners windstorm insurance?
• How do I get my home ready for a four point inspection for insurance?
• Can I do my own wind mitigation inspection?
• Will a house without air conditioning pass a 4 point inspection?
• What’s the difference between a gable and hip roof for my insurance?
• Why does my homeowner's insurance want a four point inspection?
• What is the wind mitigation inspection for homeowner's insurance?
• Which water pipes are an insurance problem and possibly uninsurable?
• Why did I get no discounts or only a small discount from my wind mitigation inspection?
• Why does my homeowner's insurance want a roof inspection?
• Is it common for an insurance company to require an inspection?
• How do I get insurance if my home can't pass a 4-point inspection?
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