Natural disasters seem to happen with an increased frequency, no matter where you live in the world, and sometimes you will even experience weather patterns that you never expected in the area where you live.
When there are heavy winds, wildfires, and other events, your home could be in danger. This is why it is a good idea to have a plan to keep your home safe. Something that some homeowners have chosen to do is set up defensible space around their home. Defensible space is a term that describes an approach that divides your property into zones that are closely cropped near your home while allowing some things to grow further out. While you can be flexible with the distance from your house where you choose to implement this, it usually involves a zone 15 feet out from your home where nothing is allowed to grow and where all debris is removed. In the second zone that will stretch out to about 100 feet from your home, some vegetation can grow, and in the third, you just need to monitor that things don’t get out of hand.
Using this technique, you can lessen the risk for your home to get damaged when there are natural disasters.

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