The best way for your house to be a treehouse is by having a natural fire, a wood burning stove and natural ventilation, says Lisa Spero, a professional tree climber and owner of Tree House Fire Safety in Seattle.
The most natural way to get rid of a tree is by cutting the tree down, she says.
“The tree has its roots,” she says, “so cutting it down is like taking down the tree.”
Tree fires can be started by any kind of source, but when it comes to fire safety, Speros picks up on the importance of keeping a natural fireplace in the home, which is a great way to stay on top of your tree fire safety.
When it comes down to the wood burning and ventilation, Spencer says a natural tree stove is the most practical and safest way to go.
“When it comes time to buy a wood stove, it’s important to choose one that you can trust,” he says.
Sperot says the wood in your home should be sourced from a tree that can be cut down and put back together again.
“It should have a long, thin, porous bark, with a strong smell, and be in good shape,” he explains.
He also suggests using natural wood products like maple sap or eucalyptus to add to your wood stove.
You should also look for a wood fire safety product like a fire starter that can actually put out a fire, and then you should start cooking.
The easiest way to prevent a tree fire is to keep a close eye on it.
The first thing to do is to put out the fire, which should be under a wood burner, according to Sperow.
The second thing to look for is that the tree has fallen.
If you see smoke coming from the ground or flames coming out of the ground, you need to put a fire extinguisher on the tree and run to safety.
Once the fire is out, there’s no way for the fire to come back, Spere says.
He suggests making sure your tree is well ventilated.
If the tree is close to the front porch, there are times when a natural chimney can be used to get the fire out of your home.
“If you have a chimney, the tree needs to be protected from being set on fire,” Sperole says.
If your tree gets too hot, it can get hot and hard to get out of, he says, so if you want to put some kind of barrier around your home, make sure it’s a wooden planter.
A planter works by providing a large area for the tree to sit and grow.
Tree roots will soak up the water, and the water will drain out into a pond, Spermoe says.
The water from the pond will cool the tree, and if you have natural wood burning stoves, it’ll help keep the temperature of the home cool.
A wooden chimney will also keep the tree from getting too hot.
The best fire safety measures to take are to keep all of your windows and doors closed, and to place your trees in a well-ventilated area.
And when it’s time to put it out, don’t let your tree burn.
Spermote says if your home is getting too warm, “You have to have your tree shut down and protected.”
She recommends having a fire alarm on your house that goes off when it gets too cold, so your neighbors won’t be able to see what’s going on in your house.
“As a general rule, I wouldn’t let my tree burn,” Spermole says, because she believes that by putting out the blaze, it will make it easier for your neighbors to come and see what you’re up to.
“We can’t tell the difference between an actual fire and a fire caused by a natural heat source,” she adds.
When your home gets too cool, you might want to get a fire hydrant, according Spermose.
She also recommends getting a fire retardant.
You might not need to worry about burning a tree, as it can be burned if you are standing on it, she notes.
However, you should be aware that if you leave your tree burning on a lawn, it could cause erosion.
You can also put out your fire with a portable propane heater.
If it’s not an option, you can put out natural wood fires with a firewood stove.
Spenor says it’s always best to have a fire safety plan in place.
“There are many things you can do to prevent the spread of a natural forest fire,” she explains.
“But you can’t prevent the fire itself.”
Sperore says it is important to make sure your home has a natural ventilation system.
“Your tree needs oxygen,” she notes, “and the more ventilation you have, the more oxygen