Top 3 Ways To Lower Your Homeowners Insurance Before A Hurricane Hits!

Stop putting off those home improvements you’ve been meaning to do, it can save you $1,000’s per year on your homeowners insurance!

Every year we always have that one major hurricane headed right for South Florida – and you are forced to pay CRAZY expensive home insurance premiums… and the cost of insurance just seems to skyrocket every year!

Wonder why your homeowners insurance premiums are constantly going up? In 2017 there were 16 hurricanes that caused a $1+ Billion Dollars in damage each!

You can always lower your coverage or switch to a “sketchy” homeowners insurance policy to save a couple bucks, but what happens when a storm actually hits? You better hope that your new insurance company actually pays you out for the damage the hurricane caused.

And what about your home? Are you willing to risk that the plywood you scrambled to get from Home Depot is actually going to keep your home, prized possessions, and family safe during a massive storm?

It’s time to make sure your home is properly ready to weather a storm with these 3 home improvements:

Improvement 1 - Protect All Your Door Openings

If you are riding out the storm at home during a hurricane, do you really want to put shutters or plywood over your front and sliding doors (your primary escape route) during a storm?

With all the advances in technology and more stringent building codes since Hurricane Andrew, you can now install incredibly strong hurricane doors with beautiful designs and glass inserts that will keep your family safe AND can help lower your insurance premiums.

Improvement 2 - Replace / Strap Down Your Roof

Preparing your roof for hurricane force winds is incredibly important, especially in older homes built before 2006. You can complete roof retrofits such hurricane straps or opt for a full roof replacement. Your roof is the structure that supports your entire home and by upgrading / replacing your roof it can also help lower your insurance premiums.

Improvement 3 - Upgrade Your Windows

Just like your front doors, you can replace all of your existing windows with beautiful new impact glass. No more plywood or hurricane shutters to mess with when a storm is brewing. You can feel comfortable knowing your home is safe, more energy efficient and can help lower homeowners insurance premiums!

So I bet you’re wondering great, but how can I actually save $$$?

That’s what we’re here for!

First Impression Doors & More wants to help you protect your home and SAVE MONEY on your homeowners insurance. We are a family owned business with over 75 years combined experience in the home improvement industry and we can help you find the perfect doors and windows to protect your home!

Customers LOVE us, and we always provide the best quality, services, and prices to homeowners just like yourself!

But don’t take our word for it... we are BBB A+ Rated and have over 70 five-star reviews and a 4.9 average rating on Google and Facebook.

Ready to learn more? Here's what you can expect...

  • No high pressure sales pitch, just friendly sales associates who are happy to help you
  • FREE design consultation to help you find the perfect doors or windows for your home
  • You’ll SAVE TIME & MONEY vs. big box stores
  • FREE measuring services to ensure the perfect fit
  • Custom made doors and windows for your home
  • We handle all permitting and installation
  • Exceptional service from start to finish

If you act today you’ll get access to limited time discounts that will not only make your home safe and beautiful, but can also save you money on your homeowners insurance!

Did you know? You can potentially SAVE $2,000 to $4,500 PER YEAR just by retrofitting your home with hurricane wind mitigation improvements (per the National Association of Realtors, in Miami-Dade County in 2010).

Plus, we have special low-interest finance programs that makes new doors and windows affordable for anyone!

Don’t risk another year of Hurricane season.

Contact us today at the links below for a FREE estimate.