Long Term Fire Retardant Application and Risk Assessment


Reduce Wildfire Risks up to 75% & Get Notified When There is a Wildfire

Small changes to your home can reduce wildfire risk by up to 40%, and structural and vegetation improvements combined can lower wildfire risk by up to 75%. Furthermore, losses prevented can be much bigger (e.g. 5 times greater) when compared to a highly flammable environment.

Our team of experts can conduct a risk assessment to ensure your property is held at the highest standard from CALFire and the NFPA.


PHOS-CHEK Application

Applying the gold standard of long term fire retardant. Safe to apply on vegetation and lasts up to 6-8 months. The retardant will last up to half an inch of rain, and will last throughout most rain seasons in Southern California.

Phos Check Application

What are we spraying onto your property?

Our long-term fire retardant is proven, highly effective and very safe to apply on your properties. It is the same fire retardant that is dropped off airplanes when fighting wildfires, but without the red dye. 

It is also very safe because it is a fertilizer base which will cause no harm to the vegetation at your property. All ingredients are non-toxic and nonpolluting, making it the safest product to apply against wildfires. 


Fire Safety Report for your Insurance and Certified Wildfire Prepared Homes

Is your home located in an area where insurance companies are refusing to cover or have increased your rates significantly? Our team can prepare a comprehensive report about how wildfire-resistant your property is. If we identify areas on your property that can be made safer, we will also let you know that and after performing those services, we can revise our report and provide you a digital copy to share with your agent, broker or insurance company.
By getting your home certified as a Wildfire Prepared Home through IBHS (Insurance Institute for Business & Home Safety ) your home will also show a track record of proactive solutions with wildfire defense services.
Fire Safety Report

Our Home Hardening & Fire Defense Process

Step 1: Our Experts Conduct a Risk Assessment of the Property

The assessment focus on:
▪ Vulnerability of homes to embers, surface fire, and crown fire
▪ Condition of the structures themselves
▪ Immediate hazards within the Home Ignition Zone on individual properties
▪ Concerns presented by common/open space areas or adjacent public lands

Step 2: We Map Out the Hazards and Apply Long-Term Fire Retardant

We seek to build lasting relationships with our clients and to provide outstanding fire prevention services . To get the job done, we combine our expertise with the industry's best Long-Term Fire Retardant.

Step 3: We Reapply the Fire Retardant and Add Additional Disaster Prevention Layers

Throughout the process, our team will be back to reapply the long-term fire retardant and add on additional layers of disaster prevention tools such as water detectors and earthquake gas shut-off valves.

Applying Phoschek

Example of the Application Process

In a typical scenario, the application process will be applied to the Perimeter of the property, then onto the surrounding areas outside. If there are any signs of vegetation that can be a threat to the home, we apply on the brushes and wood areas as well.

We do not spray onto irrigated areas, streams, ponds and domestic water sources.

For the highest level of protection, we recommend individually treating any other fuel sources within the fire perimeter and close to your home so as to prevent the unwanted spread of wildfire due to embers

Fire Risk Assessment

Risk Assessment

We assess the defensible space, combustibles around a home (home ignition zone), fences, decks, building shape, walls, roofs, roof vents, eaves & overhangs.

Long-Term Fire Retardant

Apply PhosChek On Vegetation

We utilize the same Fire Retardants used to fight wildfires as the ones dropped in the Fire Department’s airplanes (without the red dye). This gold standard fire retardant is safe and effective to apply to vegetation.

Home Hardening

Home Defense Service

The construction materials, design elements, and neighboring landscaping all play a role in a home’s potential to withstand a wildfire. Homes that are constructed and built to wildfire-resistant standards are less vulnerable to wildfires and are more likely to survive one. The Home Ignition Zone includes a component called home hardening.

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