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5 Wildfire Safety Tips

7/5/2017 (Permalink)

Fire Damage 5 Wildfire Safety Tips Riverside County wildfire

Hundreds of homes across Riverside County are near woodlands and could someday be in the path of a wildfire. Keeping your home ready for wildfires and help stop the spreading of the fires or even prevent them from the beginning.

  • Keep your gutters and roofs clean. Remove dead vegetation and shrubbery from your yard that is too close to the home. Keep your lawn hydrated and cut short.
  • Select building materials and plants that resist fire. Desert plants need less water and raise the property value of your home.
  • Make sure driveway and your house address are clearly marked. This helps the first response teams get you faster.   
  • Set aside items that can be used as fire tools. A rake, axe, hand or chain saw, bucket and shovel.
  • Identify and maintain a good water source outside your home. Examples include a small pond, well or swimming pool if a fire hydrant is not available. 

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