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Defensible Perimeters is dedicated to your home and property safety and fire prevention.
Make your home “firewise” by accessing Advanced Structure Protection and fire prevention equipment. We specialize in protecting your home and property from wildfire by clearing your perimeter of dangerous trees, shrubs and other debris.

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Click Here to read an article published in the Marin County Novato Advance quoting Bill Brady, president of Defensible Perimeters and Customer Testimonies.

Effective January 1, 2005, if you live in a suburban and wilderness area in Oregon or California you need to know about changes in the following laws. Governors signed into law on September 23, 2004, Senate Bill 1369. This bill amended both Public Resources Code (PRC) 4291 and Government Code (GC) 51182 in the following manner:
  • Increases the minimum clearance (defensible space) requirement from 30' to 100'.
  • Defensible Space is Your Responsibility up to 100'.
  • Provides for state law, or local ordinance, rule or regulation to specify requirements of greater than 100'.
  • Allows insurance companies to require home/building owners to maintain firebreaks greater than 100'.

Wildland Fires (Examples of Threats)

BREAKING NEWS: Wild Fires of California 2017...

Posted: 12/6/2017

(12/6/17 1:37 p.m.) California Gov. Jerry Brown has declared a state of emergency for Ventura County, location of the largest of wildfires currently burning in the state.

With the Wind Driven (Santa Ana Winds) Thomas Fire Incident in Ventura County (North/West of Los Angeles) presently at 80,000 acres burned, 30,000 people evacuated and hundreds of Structures Destroyed. The quickness of fire along with Limited resources available are difficult to contain when the wind speeds reach in excess of 70+mph and the RH (Relative Humidity) drops along various fuel types and Terrain is always a recipe for disaster.
View L.A. Times Article on the Santa Rosa Fire 10-09-2017

Now as always follows the Power Outages/Water Shortages/People-Pets being Displaced and general clean up and eventually rebuilding once the Insurance Agents are cleared to arrive on scene and make assessments. Much like the Incidents recently in Santa Rosa (Marin/Sonoma County) during October of this year caught many people off-guard at the quickness of fires destruction. We here at Defensible Perimeters have spent years educating Homeowners residing in the Wilderness Areas on basic steps and preventative maintenance needed in Order to alter these disastrous outcomes.
View YouTube Article on the Santa Rosa Fire 10-09-2017

   ~ Bill Brady

The "U.S. Inferno" summer of 2015...

As of Aug 18, 2015 over 7 Million of acres haved burned. The Great Northwest, including Utah, has sustained considerable damage.

Not so long ago...

The "Great Northwest Inferno" October 2007.

Fires burned more than 438,000 acres across Oregon since 2003.(Marion, Linn, Malhuer, Deschutes, Lane County) Top priorities for fire officials were the 150,000-acre Florence fire, the 17,000-acre Timbered Rock fire, the 38,000-acre Sour Biscuit Fire, and the 26,850-acre Tiller Complex. As history has taught us Marin-Sonoma County also has the potential for a major wild land fire. In 1929, Mill Valley suffered a devastating fire that destroyed 119 homes. Today, that figure would be approximately 800-1000 homes within the footprint of the 1929 fire. The factors that add up to disaster for an urban-interface fire are all present within Marin and Sonoma. Steep slopes, heavy vegetation, narrow roads only lack hot-dry weather and an ignition source for another Oakland Hills Fire.

The Three Fuel Management Approaches

1. Residential fuel treatments that are used to create defensible space around structures and neighborhoods.
2. Fuel breaks are corridors along roads or ridges where vegetation is controlled. Fuel breaks reduce fire intensity and rate of spread allowing fires to be controlled.
3. Fuel reduction zones are broad, non-linear areas where natural fuels are reduced.

Defensible Perimeters - Providing Defensible Space

(Since 2003)

Defensible Perimeters is dedicated to providing you with the defensible space you neeed to protect your home from fires that might invade the safe zone around your home.

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