Research has shown that the characteristics of buildings and their immediate surroundings determine the risk of ignition during a wildfire.
That’s why preparing your home and the areas around your home, known as the Home Ignition Zone, is so important. The steps you take to reduce or change the fuels in your Home Ignition Zone could determine whether or not your house survives a wildfire.
Since you as a homeowner make decisions on the immediate surroundings of your home, you have a vital role in protecting it.
- What is a Home Ignition Zone Assessment?
- Who Performs the Home Assessment?
- How Much Does a Home Evaluation Cost?
- How Can I Make An Appointment?