Santa Monica Passes Nation’s Largest Earthquake Retrofitting Effort

Posted March 30, 2017, under Blog

Santa Monica is committed to ensuring seismic safety for their residents and visitors. On Tuesday, the Santa Monica City Council passed legislation requiring 2,000 buildings – including those constructed with concrete and steel-frame foundations – to be retrofitted if found susceptible to earthquake damage. The …

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Julian Construction Offers House Leveling

Posted March 30, 2017, under Blog

LOS ANGELES, CA: Julian Construction (, a foundation repair and foundation construction company, is offering house leveling to homeowners in the Los Angeles area. House leveling is the process of bringing a home back to as close to its original level state as possible. Leveling …

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Buying A Beachfront Home? Here’s What You Need to Know About Liquefaction…

Posted March 27, 2017, under Blog

There are a lot if issues to look out for when you’re buying a new home. And if you’ve found a “bargain” property close to the water or near a marina, it’s important to ask the seller about liquefaction early in the transaction. Liquefaction is …

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5 Factors that Can Deteriorate Roofs Faster

Posted March 25, 2017, under Blog

LOS ANGELES, CA: Julian Construction (, a roofing and foundation repair and foundation construction company, is informing the public on five factors that can deteriorate roofs faster, causing problems and roof leaks. As stated by Julian Construction, roofs are built using various types of materials …

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Earthquake Retrofitting: What’s House Bolting?

Posted March 24, 2017, under Blog

If you live in California, you know earthquakes pose imminent danger. That’s why, as a homeowner, it’s imperative to make sure your property’s foundation is seismically sound. The goal of earthquake retrofitting is to reinforce your home’s foundation, to ensure the property is safe from …

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New Study Predicts Large L.A. Earthquake Could Sink Local Beaches

Posted March 23, 2017, under Blog

Los Angeles’ beach cities might be in danger. A new study, published by the Nature Research Journal, found that So. Cal’s Inglewood-Newport fault line could be far more destructive than previously believed. So much so, that if a major earthquake occurred along the fault line, …

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Scientists Say 7.4 Earthquake Could Hit Los Angeles to San Diego At The Same Time

Posted March 10, 2017, under Blog

A recent study published in the Journal of Geophysical Research says the discovery of a new earthquake fault line could rattle areas like Los Angeles, Orange County and San Diego at the same time. Scientists found that a 7.4 quake could hit southern California and would …

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U.S. Geological Survey Says One Greater Los Angeles Area is Due For Major Earthquake

Posted March 7, 2017, under Blog

Bad news for California. The U.S. Geological Survey just released a new study, revealing that the Grapevine – which is just north of Los Angeles, running along Interstate 5 – could be due for a major earthquake. On average, they found that the Grapevine has …

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How Moisture Can Damage Your Foundation – What You Need To Know

Posted March 2, 2017, under Blog

Most homeowners know that water can cause extensive foundation problems. In fact, water intrusion is considered to be the single most important factor affecting the structural integrity of a building. When moisture (condensed water) starts accumulating inside of a home, it can become an equally …

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