Landscaping for fire resistance – useful and practical tips
According to the fire, a fire-resistant landscape creates a verfechtbaren buffer area around the House. In areas where wildfire is a seasonal hazard, the homeowners is recommended to follow the below tips from the U.S. Fire Administration.
Remove dry, scrubby growth and dead branches
Remove dry, scrubby growth and dead branches: you help quickly spread fire. Keep and mowed the lawn especially up to 100 cm height around your House. Replace resin-rich pine trees, such as pine and FIR, with the less – flammable: Maple, poplar, Aspen and cherry trees. Remove easily accessible and low-hanging branches and small trees or bushes that grow under the trees; They allow a fire to spread in the tree canopy. Keep fire away, to jump from tree to tree, leave a space of 9 m between the trees.
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Make use of Steinmulch, pavement and stone walls to slow the spread of the fire. No plants are fire resistant, but those are more fire-resistant with high moisture content and low growth, including many Succulents. Further dividing the plants so that they are away from each other. Keep also lower plants in the vicinity of your House; higher plants are further and further from your House to be. Create blocking, keep fire away, to jump easily from one part of your court to the next. For example, driveways, terraces, fountains, ponds and lawns to slow down the spread of fire can be helpful and effective. Is your state at risk of fire? Find out how to use the landscape against the risk of fire, in areas such as Utah, for example.
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