With wildfires having increased over the last decade, experts have taken a deeper look into structures that are more likely to be destroyed.

According to the source below, buildings with large amounts of vegetation surrounding the area are more likely to peril in a wildfire twice as much than buildings with minimal vegetation.

Additionally, other structures within 30-100 feet of buildings with vegetation were 29% more likely of a wildfire risk than homes without nearby structures.

Learn more about how removing vegetation can help protect houses during wildfires below.

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