Guidelines Aim at Reducing Wildfire Risk to Property

05/11/2010
The Institute for Business & Home Safety (IBHS) announced the availability of new guidelines to protect property from the ravages of wildfire.The information pertains to homes and businesses, including farms and ranches, and is available in electronically and as hard copy printed brochures suitable for mailing or distributing at events. The printed series comprises three property-specific brochures: · “Reducing Wildfire Risk: Residential” provides homeowners with strategies on how to reduce their wildfire risk;· “Reducing Wildfire Risk: Commercial” describes risks faced by small and mid-sized businesses in areas vulnerable to wildfires; and&m...

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