Home Construction to Mitigate Wildfire Damage

Home Construction to Mitigate Wildfire DamageWildfire has become an increasing threat to many homes. In 2003, more than 2,400 were charred due to wildfires and four years later, 1,300 were destroyed in a blaze.

According to Governor Jerry Brown, climate is constantly changing and people need to prepare for more dangerous devastation, particularly wildfire.

Fire scientist Jack Cohen said that houses with increasing ignition resistance can certainly make a big difference. He further explained that because of those non-flammable roofs, wildfires burn some houses but not others in the same area.

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