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If you live in an area that’s at risk of wildfires, make sure your family is prepared for the unexpected. Before, during, and after a wildfire, there are a few key things to consider to keep your family and your home as safe as possible. Follow the tips below and contact your local propane supplier if your propane system ever gets damaged.
Once a wildfire has started, drought or high winds can help it quickly gain strength and travel great distances in a short period of time. It can spread quickly and destroy or damage homes and property, including propane tanks and appliances. In addition to the intense heat and flames of a wildfire, fallen trees and power lines can present major problems for homeowners and emergency responders. Often, they block access routes for fire trucks and other emergency vehicles.
Always use extreme caution when returning to your home. When you or the authorities have determined that it is safe to return, take the time to carefully evaluate the condition of all the structures on your property. If it is dark, use flashlights, not candles.
There are a few things to consider to keep your family and your home as safe as possible, whether you are experiencing an icy storm, a devastating flood, a rare tornado or a fierce wildfire. The key is to be prepared.