Wind Borne Debris From Hurricane’s

Wind-Borne Debris

The Florida Building Code requires new buildings constructed in hurricane-prone regions, or high wind speed zone areas, to be designed and constructed to withstand the impact of debris carried by high winds: wind-borne debris. The high-wind speed zone areas are defined as those southern Florida counties where wind speed could be 120 mph or greater – and any area within one mile of the coast where the wind speed is less than 120 mph, but greater than 110 mph.

Wind-Borne Debris Impact Damage is typically used when discussing property damage to the a structure after a Hurricane or Wind Storm. Wind is a Peril that can cause devastating damage to your business property or home, not to mention your own personal safety.

If you have damage you suspect from wind-borne debris you should call a profession and experienced public adjuster to inspect your loss. Contact Us Today. Experienced Public Adjusters: (407) 212-8669

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