Gallery: 6 Tips to Protect Your Home from Wildfires

The first step is often the most effective and doable projects for a homeowner—clear combustible debris from around the house. This include obvious things like dry grass and brush, stacks of firewood and debris, and some not so obvious things like a wood
 
The first step is often the most effective and doable projects for a homeowner—clear combustible debris from around the house. This include obvious things like dry grass and brush, stacks of firewood and debris, and some not so obvious things like a wood fence and even a wooden deck. Defensible spaces should go out at least 30 feet from a house and large concentric rings of fuel reduction out further improve the odds. The clearer the area the better chances a fire crew will stay to protect the property.

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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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