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Are your clients’ homes ready for wildfire season?

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06/08/2016 | Author: Editorial Staff

Wildfire season in Texas traditionally runs from June, as hot days turn plants and trees in to fuel, through October—though in recent years the season has been extended by months. As summer approaches, there are steps that can be taken to help protect property from the dangers of wildfires.

Share this infographic with your clients to give them more information about how to protect their homes and plan ahead in case of a wildfire.

wildfire safety infographic

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Tags: infographic, homeowner tips, homeowners, home maintenance tips, safety tips

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