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As discussed on the front page you may have received a letter from Citizens Property Insurance Corporation requesting that you have your roof inspected by a qualified and/or licensed individual. This is being sent out because they would like to know when the last time repairs were made to your roof. They would also like to know what kind of condition the roof is in. If the roof is in poor condition they may choose to not write your insurance policy. They may also require it be upgraded or fixed before writing your insurance policy.
The inspection process is quite simple and does not require the inspector to walk on the roof or get inside of the attic of the home. Citizens wants to know the age and condition of the roof as estimated by a qualified individual from the exterior of the home. How old is the roof?, What is the estimated life remaining in the shingles?, When was the roof last updated?, Are there any visible signs on damage/deterioration (curling/lifted/loose/missing shingles, sagging or uneven roof deck), or any visible signs of leaks? Along with the answers to the questions they require 2 photographs of the roof to be submitted with the form.
See the actual Roof Conditions Certification Form below \/\/