Wildfire Alliance maintains a database containing:

  • The names and contact information for all certified distributors of our products that can be searched by property owners interested in having their landscaping treated with Certified Advanced Firebreak™ or other long-term fire retardant
  • The names and contact information for all homes that have been verified as having been treated with a long-term fire retardant by a qualified distributor, individual entries in which can be accessed by insurance companies only with the express permission of the property owner
  • The names and contact information for all insurance companies participating in Wildfire Alliance programs that can be searched by anyone looking for affordable fire insurance

We also maintain a list of names and contact information for individuals who have contacted us via our website or by email or phone. This list is accessible only by appropriate individuals within the company for purposes of responding to specific requests.

In no case does Wildfire Alliance sell or otherwise transmit any customer data to third parties.

Numerous factors together determine a home’s survivability in a wildfire, including building design and materials, proximity to other homes, fire intensity and ember cast, topography, and other factors. Maintaining proper defensible space, including the application of a long-term fire retardant, will improve your home’s survivability and increase the willingness of firefighters to defend your home, but it cannot guarantee your home’s survival in the event of a wildfire. Wildfire Alliance makes no representations or warranties regarding your home’s survival in the event of a wildfire and disclaims any liability for losses caused by wildfire.

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