We've all heard
it before: all it takes is one spark to ignite a patch of brush
or a pile of leaves and the resulting damage to your land - or
worse, to your home - can be devastating. The first step in taking
action is identifying hazardous conditions on your site. Use
this list to help you identify hazardous conditions
on your property:
Lack of "defensible
space" around your home and other structures
Reasons You Shouldn't Put Off Clearing Your Property
You May Not Be Insurable: Insurance companies won't insure your home if they consider your property too big of a fire hazard. Insurance companies set their own standards for what they consider hazardous, a practice which is both legal and acceptable. Unfortunately, not all insurance companies have the same standards, so it's important to be as fire safe as possible. Properties are not just evaluated when a new insurance policy is requested - it can also happen when renewing an existing policy.
If You Want To Get The Job Done Right, Don't Do It Yourself.
If you're a homeowner, don't risk your personal safety or eat up your weekend time trying to perform clearing tasks yourself. Chances are you won't be able to rent the correct equipment to handle the job effectively anyway.
If you're a builder, tree service or other business that deals with improving properties, your crew would probably be more productive working on tasks other than clearing activities. You likely won't have access to the kind of equipment required to perform the work efficiently.
We invite you
to learn more about how Bushwackers, Inc. can provide land clearing
services to help you reduce your risk of fire hazard. Read about
For more information on Fire Risk Reduction, request your FREE Guidebook on our Free Resources page:
What It Takes for a Fire Safe and Fabulous Looking Homesite
Homeowner's Guidebook it may take upwards of 10 minutes to download.
If you wish you may request
that printed version the booklet be mailed directly to you)
See Request Form on Free Resources page.
Scott Serenbetz at 530-888-7776.