How It Works

Every home is different and every client has different ideas, expectations and budget concerns. We have a simple three step process. Our first priority is to evaluate the property and educate the client about the strong points and the weak points of the structure and surrounding landscape and discuss the options available to provide better protections in the event of a wildfire. Next, we perform an Inspection and prepare a comprehensive written Report and Estimate. Upon acceptance, we work with the client to schedule a time to execute the plan and follow up with any ancillary products and services


We are the licensed insured General Contractor and the Project Manager.

You wont have a bunch of strange people and sub-contractors wandering around your home unattended

I

The Evaluation &  Consultation

Complementary

We come to your home and perform an  evaluation of your property to determine if it is a candidate for a full inspection or if

a simple list of action items will suffice


If you do not request a full inspection or you  already have a report from a reliable source, we skip step II and provide you with an Estimate to perform the recommended scope of work

II

The Inspection & Report

Next, we perform a detailed inspection using our special proprietary methods, tools and software. the Inspection takes about about 2-3 hours

Then we generate a comprehensive written Report. and a customized Plan to mitigate some of the wildfire issues we found during the inspection


III

The Proposal & Execution

After discussing your options and budget, we prepare a written Proposal and Estimate to perform the modifications to your property.

Upon acceptance of the Proposal, we look at the best scheduling options available to execute the Plan and any other items important to you and your family.


A​ closer look at some of our services

Here are of just some of the things we'll be discussing during our visit


Additional information can be found on our

FAQ PAGE

Vegetation Management

Clearing bush, shrubbery and trees around your home is a very important component when it comes creating defensible space. To better understand the term defensible space, go to our FAQ page.

Fire Resistant Vents

Crawlspace and attic venting has come a long way. In some cases they can now be completely removed. In other cases they can be replaced with fire resistant vents that will respond to heat, sealing themselves to prevent sparks and embers from entering.

Gutters & Guards

Dead leaves, pine needles and debris in your gutters are just waiting for sparks and embers to ignite them! Gutter guards are just part of one of our treatment plans

Sprinklers

Not always on the top of the list, but sometimes a good well planned sprinkler system can provide an excellent defense

Home Hardening

Home hardening is a term used to describe a process of replacing flammable materials around your home with fire resistant materials as part of your defensible space plan.

Ancillary Services

We also install smoke detectors, C/O detectors, fire extinguishers,

fireproof safes and fire proof data safes


We are licensed General Contractors with many years of construction experience from handy-m​an services to kitchen and bath remodels. Although we are not there to "sell" you any additional services, we are happy to discuss any additional projects with you.