Gallery: 6 Tips to Protect Your Home from Wildfires

 
Roofs are often the most venerable part of a house in a fire so it goes without saying cedar shakes are out of the question, even in urban areas. Class A rated roofs are the norm, including many asphalt shingle types, but tile and steel are preferred options. Same goes for siding—a shingle or wood wall is very poor while a fiber cement type stands up well. A low or non flammable underlayment dramatically improves the fire resistance.

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  1. bobiofully May 27, 2014 at 9:37 am

    great job you have really helped our project!!!!

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