Not only a threat to the foundation, also a potential fire hazard to your
home. I used the horizontal 50 foot plus the height of the tree rule for
clearing, including access road, when making land ready for house
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Nevermind insurance companies. A little observance of "wildfires" on the
West coast area of the U.S. is enough for me. They build their houses in
the middle of the forest and wonder why they burn down. Forests, and other
foliage areas naturally have burnoff, its nature's way of cleaning up.
You can have a few trees near the house for shade and eye appeal. The
native tree clearance distance should be increased to prevent fire jumping
to these, thus your house.
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