We're a not-for-profit that promotes stronger construction standards, improved building codes, and policies that create resilient communities. 

Why the name Smart Home America?

Home is where we live, work and play. We educate home and business owners, the building, insurance, and real estate industries, as well as local and State leaders about the resources available to build resilient communities. We connect the dots - experts, service providers, and communities with the information they need to make smart, informed decisions, as they plan for, or recover from, the severe weather risks they face.

Also, while your fridge ordering groceries is great, that's not our focus. We're here to protect your largest investments, your home or business.

What's our goal?

Using our BRA2C2E® Framework, we provide people with the knowledge and resources they need to make smart, informed decisions that improve their lives, strengthen their homes, and secure their future.

Why do this?

To significantly reduce the risk of loss and damage from severe weather. We are saving people, businesses, and communities money, time, and heartache. 

Where do you work?

We currently work to support resilience efforts in ten states: Alabama (the National leader in FORTIFIED construction), Florida, Georgia, Louisiana, Mississippi, North Carolina, Oklahoma, Rhode Island, South Carolina, and Texas.

Where are you based?

We were founded and are based in Mobile, Alabama.


Our vision

Stronger, Sustainable, More Resilient Communities

Our mission

To create stronger communities through collaboration, education and the promotion of resilient and sustainable policies, products and building methods.

Why we exist

To educate leaders, residents, and industry about smarter, safer buildings and tested policies, products, and techniques that build resilient and sustainable communities.

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