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Southern California Peak Wildfire Season Arrives

9/12/2022 (Permalink)

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Despite recent heavy rainfall in Southern California from the remnants of Hurricane Kay, wildfire season is not over yet. Wildfire season in Southern California is known to be May through October, with many experts suggesting wildfire season is now year-round. 

While recent downpours may have slowed the spread of our vicious wildfires, they certainly did not stop them. Several wildfires continue to burn across the state with many in central and Southern California.

A common misconception about our wildfires is that the worst time of the season is during the heat of the summer. While we do see many fires during the summer, the peak of our season is typically September and October, which means we are just getting started. Dry winds combine with risk factors to make early-mid fall a dangerous and active time for wildfires, many of which are much stronger than those that occur in the summer months.

Historically, winter has brought an end to fire season thanks to cooler temperatures and rainy weather, however in recent years, fires have spread and left paths of destruction even in December and January.

As Southern Californians, we have all been impacted in some way by these monstrous wildfires. We are local experts who understand the importance of an immediate response and proper techniques to remediate damages caused by the California wildfires. Our team members are highly trained and use only the best equipment to meet the needs of our community. 

If you find yourself facing extensive damages from wildfires, smoke, or even water following firefighting efforts, contact us today at (909) 357-4337.

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