Home Hardening Assessments Sign Up
The Ventura Regional Fire Safe Council is offering free or low cost wildland fire risk assessments for a limited number of interested homeowners in the Thousand Oaks / Greater Conejo Valley area to harden their homes against flying embers, a major cause of fire damage.

There are simple and often inexpensive ways to make homes safer from wildfire, including modifying landscaping around the home, sealing eaves, and moving flammable materials away from structures. Trained and vetted volunteers will provide a complete checklist of specific things you can do to create defensible space and “harden” their home against wildfire, with suggestions for low-cost mitigation.

This opportunity will fill up quickly. Priority given to residents in Thousand Oaks and the Greater Conejo Valley. Residents outside of our jurisdiction including Oak Park, Simi Valley, and Agoura Hills can still sign up for a Home Hardening assessment for a requested donation between $75-150 to cover the costs of the scheduling and completion of the assessment. Please note that we have a 24 hour cancelation policy and if you decide after being scheduled that you do no longer want an assessment within 24 hours of the assessment, we will ask that you donate $75 to cover the costs of the assessor.
If you have any questions or concerns, please email us : info@venturafiresafe.org or call us at (805)746- 7365
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