Fire-safe zones with stone walls, patios, decks and roadways.
Use of rock, flower beds and gardens as ground cover for effective firebreaks
High-moisture plants that grow close to the ground and have a low sap or resin content and fire-retardant plant species that resist ignition
Planting of hardwood trees that are less flammable than pine, fir and other conifers that are fire-resistant and suited for this area
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Being ready for wildfire starts with maintaining adequate defensible space and by hardening your home by using fire-resistant building materials. Defensible space is the buffer created by removing dead plants, grass and weeds.
This buffer helps to keep the fire away from your home.
Hardening your home means using construction materials that can help your home withstand flying embers to find weak spots in the construction, which can result in your house catching fire.
It takes the combination of both defensible space and the hardening of your home to really give your home and property the best chance of surviving a wildfire.
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Reducing Fuel Zones (100 Feet)
Trees and Shrubs
leaves, needles, twigs, bark, cones, etc.