As legislators debate the merit of adding wind-damage protection to the National Flood Insurance Program, new technologies are emerging to help make buildings in coastal areas safer from wind damage.
Hurricanes often lift roofs off buildings and expose them to damaging conditions, even after the worst of the wind has passed. Hurricane Andrew resulted in $26 billion worth of damage, and insurers are anxious to find means to mitigate similar losses in the future.
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