Creating defensible space to protect you and your investments.
To provide the best defensible space, courteous client experience, employee integrity and fire safety in our industry.
My name is Anthony Elisarraras, born and raised on the central coast. My company all began when I was 16 years old. My father saw a need and helped to fulfill that need with an old recycled Caltrans mower we picked up from Heilmann Salvage & Metals scrap yard. Years later I acquired the company, implemented PPE, added safety measures meeting Cal Fire guidelines and updated our equipment annually. My intentions are to have integrity, work hard and to deliver quality service year after year. We strive to maintain an incredible work ethic and competitive pricing in order to gain lifetime clients. We serve to protect our customers, their home, and their property.
Safety in numbers
1. General Liability: $2,000,000
2. Automobile Insurance: $1,000,000
3. Workman's Compensation: $1,000,000
4. Each towing and/or crew vehicle has on-board (1) fire extinguisher and round-point shovels.
5. Each tractor has on-board (1) 2-1/2 gallon water extinguisher and (1) fire extinguisher.
Creating defensible space is essential to improve your home's chance of surviving a wildfire. What is defensible space? Defensible space is the buffer you create between a building on your property and the weeds that surround it... Defensible space is also important for the protection of the firefighters defending your home.
CAL FIRE recommended defensible space: 100’ clearance around buildings, structures, decks, etc.
...extends 30 feet out from buildings, structures, decks, etc.
Remove all dead plants, grass and weeds (vegetation).
Remove dead or dry leaves and pine needles from your yard, roof and rain gutters.
Trim trees regularly to keep branches a minimum of 10 feet from other trees.
Remove branches that hang over your roof and keep dead branches 10 feet away from your chimney.
Relocate woodpiles into Zone 2.
Remove or prune flammable plants and shrubs near windows.
Remove vegetation and items that could catch fire from around and under decks.
Create a separation between trees, shrubs and items that could catch fire, such as patio furniture, wood piles, swing sets, etc.
...extends 100 feet out from buildings, structures, decks, etc.
Cut or mow annual grass down to a maximum height of 4 inches.
Create horizontal spacing between shrubs and trees.
Create vertical spacing between grass, shrubs and trees.
Remove fallen leaves, needles, twigs, bark, cones, and small branches. However, they may be permitted to a depth of 3 inches.
For more information please visit: http://www.readyforwildfire.org/Defensible-Space/