The Oregon legislature just passed a new law. Not only asking for updated wildfire ecology mapping, but requiring homeowners in fire ecology areas to create and maintain defensible space. This is smart. Enormous amounts of taxpaying dollars go into protecting property during wildfire season. If homeowners, who chose to live in wildfire ecology areas are working to protect their homes and property, this may not only reduce wildfire spreading because of fuel consumption, but also save wildfire fighter lives. Contact us for help in creating defensible space.
The Red Apple Fire near Monitor, Washington, is a great example why defensible space is so important. Even simple things like mowing native grasses and clearing brush can help reduce fire fuel loads. Please contact us for a free consultation on how to create defensible space.
The Pacific Northwest has been experiencing unprecedented heat. For those who own property in wildfire ecology areas (which is about all of Washington State these days) it is time to think about creating defensible spaces around all your structures. We can help with that. A free consultation on ideas to protect your home, bard, other structures and then we draw up a plan, find the crew to execute it, and work with you to ensure your structures will thrive even during the threat of wildfire. Contact us.