The My Safe Florida Home Advisory Council met Wednesday to discuss how the program has been handled since it was
re-launched in April of 2007.
So far, the home safety program has already signed up more than 365-thousand homeowners for free wind inspections--and officials say if you want to sign up, you'd better act fast.
"We're on pace to hit this goal early so we're urging Floridians if they want to be a part of this program to mitigate homes, to strengthen homes, to learn how to protect yourself and family from hurricane winds to go ahead and sign up now," said Kevin Cate of the Florida Department of Financial Services.
Participating homeowners receive wind inspection reports, which suggest ways homeowners can harden their homes against storm damage and informs homeowners if they are currently eligible to save money on their wind insurance premiums.
To learn more about the My Safe Florida Home program, click on the convenient link below.