Navigating the Storm: Water Intrusion and Foundation Damage

Posted January 30, 2024, under Blog

Water intrusion can lead to a cascade of issues, particularly compromising the structural integrity of your home’s foundation. It’s important to recognize the causes of water intrusion, recognize the signs of foundation damage, and implement preventive measures to safeguard your home against these potential threats. …

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Understanding Wall Cracks and Foundation Problems

Posted January 24, 2024, under Blog

Your home is more than just a place; it’s your sanctuary. However, when cracks start to appear on your walls, it can be unsettling. Those seemingly innocuous lines might be indicative of deeper issues, particularly concerning your home’s foundation. Causes of Wall Cracks and Foundation …

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Winter Weather and Foundation Damage

Posted January 16, 2024, under Blog

Winter weather can have some damaging effects on your home’s foundation. Thanks to lower temperatures and higher levels of rainfall, these seasonal changes can increase existing damage to your foundation or deteriorate the structure. Check out 4 ways winter weather can wreak havoc on your …

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4.1 Magnitude Earthquake Rocks Rancho Palos Verdes, Following Massive Japan Temblor

Posted January 2, 2024, under Blog

On Monday, a 4.1 magnitude earthquake rattled Southern California residents of Rancho Palos Verdes, with the shaking felt throughout Los Angeles County, even extending to Orange and Ventura Counties. The quake occurred at 8:27 AM, and even disrupted Rose Parade attendees. Luckily, no injuries or …

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Downpours and Flooding in Los Angeles

Posted December 22, 2023, under Blog

This week, torrential downpours and flooding caused chaos in Los Angeles. Heavy overnight rain left many streets in and around Los Angeles flooded, leaving the roadways a mess. One of the most impacted areas was flooding that occurred under a railroad bridge in Boyle Heights, …

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Nearly 6,000 Buildings Remain At-Risk for Earthquake Destruction in Los Angeles

Posted December 18, 2023, under Blog

Attention Los Angeles residents, there are still 6,000 vulnerable residential and office buildings lacking the necessary structural retrofits to withstand a large earthquake! If you live in Southern California, you know earthquakes pose a very real and dangerous threat. This threat is the reason why …

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Concrete Foundation Repair

Posted November 30, 2023, under Blog

Have you noticed cracks in your concrete foundation? The truth is, concrete problems don’t get better with time … they significantly worsen. When concrete foundation damage is left unrepaired, this increases the likelihood of a total foundation replacement down the road. And the cost of …

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What Does El Nino Mean for Southern California?

Posted November 20, 2023, under Blog

A strong El Nino weather event is headed for Southern California. After a scorching summer of record heat, wildfires, and (tropical!) storms, scientists are warning of a very wet and warm winter thanks to El Nino. This El Nino is in, what weather experts call, …

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4.0 Earthquake Rattles Ojai and Ventura County

Posted November 9, 2023, under Blog

A 4.0 magnitude earthquake rattled residents of Ojai and Ventura on Friday. The quake was felt in nearby regions as well, with reports coming out of Newbury Park, Camarillo, and Oxnard. The temblor occurred in the exact same area as August’s massive 5.1 magnitude “Hurriquake,” …

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