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Safety Tips to Prevent a Backyard Fire | SERVPRO® of Billings

9/18/2023 (Permalink)

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Fire Safety in your backyard is an important consideration, especially during dry and hot weather conditions when wildfires can easily ignite. Here are some fire safety tips to keep in mind for your backyard:

1. Clear flammable debris: Remove any dry leaves, twigs, or branches from your yard, as these can easily ignite in dry conditions.

2. Manage vegetation: Maintain a clean and manicured yard by trimming any dry or dead vegetation. Avoid planting highly flammable plants and trees near your home.

3. Create defensible space: Create at least a 30-foot buffer zone around your home by removing highly combustible materials like firewood, lawn furniture, and propane tanks. This creates space for firefighters to defend your home if a fire does occur.

4. Properly store combustibles: Store flammable items like gasoline, propane, and oil away from your home in secure metal containers.

5. Use fire-resistant materials: Use fire-resistant materials when designing or building structures in your backyard. This includes materials like metal, brick, and concrete.

6. Be cautious when using fire: Avoid lighting fires in dry or windy conditions. Always make sure to properly extinguish any fires, including bonfires and campfires, by drowning them with water and stirring the ashes.

7. Have a plan: Finally, have an emergency plan in place in case a wildfire does occur. This includes having an evacuation plan and knowing the quickest route to safety. Keep a “go bag” with necessary items in case you need to evacuate quickly.

By Taking these precautions, you can help protect your home and property from the risk of fires.

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