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Candie Rossler

These tips can be helpful for us! And today, there are so many factors why homes experience wildfire. And there are still certain homes in town that have higher risks of wildfire, and we don't want to let that happen. In my case, I've already did some things that may prevent from starting a fire by regularly checking it. We've also replaced our stairs with iron one and all the stuff which are made up of wood, which can make fewer chances of starting up a fire.

Michele Steinberg

Thanks, Candie. Great to hear that you are taking action to reduce your home's risk.

red bottoms

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