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Some tips to protect your home in case of a fire include:

1. Mow the lawn regularly. Prune trees up six to 10 feet from the ground.

2. Create a ‘fire-free’ area within five feet of the home, using non-flammable landscaping materials and/or high-moisture-content annuals and perennials.

3. Remove dead vegetation from under deck and within 10 feet of house.

4. Consider fire-resistant material for patio furniture, swing sets, etc.

5. Remove firewood stacks and propane tanks; they should not be located in this zone.

6. Water plants, trees and mulch regularly.

7. Consider xeriscaping if you are affected by water-use restrictions.


      When was the last time you changed your smoke alarm batteries?


      It is one of the best ways to protect your family and your home from the dangers of fire!






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