Nobody likes to think that fires can happen inside their home, but what if the fire happens outside your home? What if the fire started somewhere else and heads towards your property, potentially leading to loss, stress, and extreme damage?
Whether you like it or not, wildfires are possible, even if you don’t live next to a forest. What can you do to keep your Republic, MO, home from facing insurmountable damage? Is it even possible to do so? How can you avoid the need for disaster restoration?
Remove Debris from the Property
The first thing you need to do is check your yard for any debris such as twigs, leaves, trash, and any other types of flammable objects and materials. Be as thorough as you can. Don’t assume something on the far end of the yard won’t pose any threat. All it takes is one thing to act as kindling for a fire and send it barreling toward your house. Check your yard for debris at least
once a week. It takes effort, but it’s worth it in the long run, saving you from disaster restoration and even fire damage restoration stress. If you can’t do it yourself, ask someone for help.
Be Careful about Landscaping
Make sure your landscaping doesn’t have too many bushes or trees too close to your home and take the time to keep it clean by removing dead leaves, plants, and any trash that may have blown into the landscaping. If you plant trees and bushes, ensure they’re spaced properly. A landscaping company can help you work out a good plan.
Be Smart about Firewood and Fencing
Keep firewood a safe distance away from your home. If you want to put in fencing, don’t use wooden fencing.
If your home or business experienced damage due to a fire, call ServiceMaster DSI for reliable disaster restoration assistance in Republic, MO. You can reach us at (417) 895-9685 or go here for more information.