Securing a property is the most important part of being a homeowner. After all, what’s the point of owning a home that is open to a variety of threats? What most property owners don’t realize, though, is that there are more thefts than burglary. Sometimes, to keep your house safe, you have to install more than an alarm. Sometimes, you have to think about the bigger picture, the bigger picture being Mother Nature. Here’s how you can try and fend off Mother Nature should she attack.
Remember that they aren’t foolproof because there is no way to negate a disaster. In case one occurs, they should help make the situation better.
Move Your Pots & Plants
Your garden might look like a thing of beauty, but it can also be destructive. The reason is due to fire. Fire is lethal, and it loves dry plants and grass because they are easy to burn. The closer the greenery is to your house, then, the quicker it will spread. You might think this is an over-exaggeration, but there are plenty of examples that say otherwise. It is especially pertinent if you live in a dry climate where wildfires are prone. A mere spark could be the difference between a glorious garden and destructive fire, and that’s important to remember.
Create An Incline
Water is just as destructive as fire, although in different ways. The thing about water damage is that it ruins everything it touches. And, it can last for ages if the rain continues to pour. For most people, a flood is more realistic than a fire, so it’s sensible to be pragmatic. The key is to create an incline for the water. Any property that is […]