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Structure and Property Evaluation
This process identifies ignition points and how you can reduce or eliminate them.
There are 4 potential ignition zones to review
Structure - where could embers collect and ignite a fire
Priority Zone 1 & 2 - fuels that could carry the fire to the structure
Priority Zone 3 - Reduction of ladder fuels
Report With Suggested Steps of Action
Once we have done an analysis of your property or community we create two documents. The first document identifies and scores your property risk. The second document identifies steps of action and priority.
Primary things we will look at:
Roof composition, eaves, decks, and exposed areas under porches and decks
Trees near your structure, wood piles, brush that could bring ground fire to the canopy, fuel storage
Vegetation composition and density, heavy forest floor fuel loading
With the growing fuel loads, and increased human activity in our community, a wild fire would quickly impact multiple homes and overwhelm emergency services.
There are an overwhelming number of case studies and scientific evidence that prove if you remove ignition sources within a 10 M radius of your home, and use non combustable construction material, you can mitigate your risk of loss.
Agreed Scope and Timing of Work
There will be many things in the report that you as a home owner will be able to accomplish. It is often the little things that prevent the major disaster.
When reviewing the reports with you, if there is anything that you feel is out of your scope to manage as a property owner, or community, we can provide the service.
Our primary objective is to help you as a property owner and community to develop a plan to protect and mitigate a disaster.