Vegetation management is an essential aspect of wildfire protection. Removing dead or overgrown vegetation around your home can create a defensible space that helps protect your property from wildfire damage. In this blog post, we’ll discuss the importance of vegetation management, how it works, and what steps you can take to protect your property.
Vegetation management involves removing or reducing vegetation around your home to create a fire break. This fire break can help prevent a wildfire from spreading to your home and property. Effective vegetation management practices may include:
- Removing dead or dying trees and shrubs
- Removing vegetation 5 feet away from your home
- Pruning branches and limbs
- Creating a space of at least 30 feet around your home with low-growing, fire-resistant vegetation
- Regularly maintaining your vegetation management plan to ensure its effectiveness
By implementing effective vegetation management practices, you can significantly reduce your risk of wildfire damage and protect your home and property. Contact Allied Disaster Defense today to learn more about our services and how we can help you protect your home.