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Homeowners Help Lower Your Risk with our DIY Proactive Wildfire Defense

  • Create fire breaks, by removing combustibles from around the home, including easy ignition trees and piles of firewood next to the defended structure.
  • Spray Mighty Fire Breaker's MFB-31 in areas around the home that pose the greatest risk—twice a season, during hot months—especially dry vegetation, patio covers, decks, garden bark, and fences.
  • Block embers, by retrofitting roof, gable end, soffit, and crawl space vents with wildfire resistant vents.
  • Create a perimeter around your home, with our rooftop, self-powered sprinkler system equipped with Mighty Fire Breaker's MFB-31, a line of defense that you put into action when asked to evacuate.

  • Mighty Fire Breaker™ 260 gallons totes can store for years and never have to be re-blended because our clean and safe chemistry does not fall out. No special handling required. It’s non-toxic and UL GreenGuard Gold - making it safe around children and the elderly. No mask needed as fertilizers require.

    Most farms have tractors and spray equipment. All you need to do is fill your tanks with Mighty FireBreaker™ Wild Fire clean chemistry and spray dry vegetation around the perimeter of your fields, dry wood barns and fencing to defend your property.

    The Wine Industry in California Needs New Applied Science

    The State of California is the world’s fourth largest producer of wine, just behind Italy, France, and Spain. According to the New York Times, the state’s wine industry produces $15.2 billion in taxes annually. In Napa County alone, the wine industry supports 46,000 local jobs — roughly 40% percent of the entire county’s workforce — through the 700 grape growers and 475 wineries in the area. Together with neighboring Sonoma County, Napa’s wine business generates over $10 billion in annual sales.

    Wineries are also a significant tourist attraction, with more than 23.6 million tourists spending a collective $7.2 billion visiting California’s wine country in 2016. Unfortunately, October’s wildfires forced many wineries and vineyards to shut down, greatly damaging tourism-based businesses in the area. It may take years for the wine industry — and the local economy — to recover from these losses.

    California’s Marijuana Industry Needs New Applied Science

    The U.S. marijuana industry continues to suffer catastrophic losses. Unlike the wine industry, most marijuana cultivators do not have crop insurance because of the difficulty obtaining insurance for the federally illegal substance, so their losses are immense. The devastation comes just before California’s October harvesting season and the launch of their recreational marijuana industry in January 2018.

    We are no longer dealing with the hypothetical possibility of a thriving cannabis market. he financial floodgates for a legal cannabis market that now wields undeniable economic clout. According to Fortune, the United States’ legal marijuana market grew to $10.4 Billionn in 2018—up from $six.five billion in 2016—and employed extra than 250,000 individuals. What’s extra, Fortune estimates investors will “funnel extra than $16 billion into the industry” in 2019.

    There are numerous applications with our Safe to apply and use, Eco-friendly Food grade Chemistry

  • Barns and stables
  • Dry grazing fields
  • Parks and recreation areas
  • Vulnerable decks and landscaping
  • Growong Fields
  • animal shelters/ Zoos
  • Stored lumber and more

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Frequently Asked Questions

  • The biggest wildfire threat comes from dry fuels. MFB-31 can be sprayed on houses, shake roofs, decks, doors, eaves, fences, outbuildings, sheds, dog houses, dry brush, shrubbery, and trees—anything that wind-driven embers could ignite and support fire advance.

    When it comes to decks, even leaves that get blown and trapped under the deck pose a threat. The only way to remove this threat is to close the deck elevation, so wind driven hot embers cannot gain entry to ignite and burn the deck, especially of the deck is attached to the home.

  • Staining or painting a fence helps create a fire break effect. For greater protection, spray both sides of your fence with MFB-31 and install a horizontal base board, so fire and embers can not get under the fence.

  • That depends on weather conditions, such as rain and humidity. For example, during dry hot months, it can last much longer on wood and dry vegetation.

    Best practice is to periodically test for ongoing protection. If you cut dry vegetation from multiple previously-sprayed locations within your property, you can put those cuttings on concrete and try to ignite them with a log lighter or torch. If you cannot get a flame and ignition with samples from multiple previously-sprayed locations, you probably don’t need to respray yet.

  • No we are no where near for we are there with you before they show up to promote safe early evacuation

  • No we are no where near for we are there with you before they show up to promote safe early evacuation

  • No it's a Fire Inhibitor called MFB-31.

  • It's a clean safe chemistry and our ingredients are in used food so it's safe around humans and animals and will not hurt the environment.

  • Because our accredited laboratory results on Christmas trees and wood proves it will fight fire even when it's dry to the bone.

  • There are no guarantees in any type of fire product(s) but the more you do before a fire shows up the better chances you have to reduce easy ignition and fire advance.

  • If you follow our complete No Short Cut Wildfire Defense Program we would hope you would get a Reduction because you reduced your insurance providers risk too.

  • Please Call Steve Conboy 909 519 5470