Yes, it is.  Any time you can bring your home up to current hurricane codes you 
realize significant savings.  Our house was built right around the time that 
existing codes were updated, so when we bought it we insisted and paid for 
what’s known as a “wind mitigation inspection”.  Essentially, it’s a very 
detailed inspection that verifies the nailing schedule that was used for the 
roof and tie down straps on the roof joists, along with the presence of metal 
clips placed between roof decking panels to make them act as a complete unit as 
opposed to individual sheets.

The new

You got the math, right, Craig.  I can’t imagine what it would cost to replace 
my windows, but I’m betting it would be far more than $13k. Probably cheaper to 
buy roll up hurricane shutters….


> On Apr 14, 2018, at 1:32 PM, Karl Wittnebel <> wrote:
> Cool. 40% off the total bill? That's huge.


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