Foundation Problems: How to Identify Warning Signs

Posted January 28, 2022, under Blog

Foundation problems don’t happen overnight. Oftentimes, there are visible warning signs that a home’s foundation is damaged or deteriorating. If you own a home, it’s extremely important to monitor your foundation. When foundation problems are diagnosed early, repairs tend to be lower in cost. However, …

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Earthquake Risk in Los Angeles: What’s The Chance of Getting Hit Hard

Posted January 21, 2022, under Blog

If you live in Los Angeles, chances are you’ve experienced your fair share of earthquakes. While we’re always hearing that the “Big One” is inevitably coming for Southern California, what are the actual chances of getting hit hard? The San Andreas Fault Well, to understand …

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Temecula Region Rattled By 3.3 Magnitude Earthquake

Posted January 11, 2022, under Blog

On Saturday, a 3.3 magnitude earthquake rocked the Temecula region. The temblor was reported at 3:36 PM, 12 miles from Temecula. This isn’t the first quake to rattle the area in the past 10 days – there have been two other earthquakes of a magnitude …

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House Leveling Los Angeles: Everything to Know

Posted January 7, 2022, under Blog

If you live in Los Angeles, chances are your foundation may become sloped or uneven over time, causing the need for house leveling. Why does this happen? Thanks to California’s active seismic zones, and the expansive soil that these areas rest below, structural foundations tend …

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6.2 Magnitude Earthquake Rocks Northern California

Posted December 21, 2021, under Blog

On Monday, a 6.2 magnitude earthquake occurred off of the coast of Northern California near Humboldt County. The shaker was felt as far away as San Francisco and Chico, California. “It was slow rolling at first, but then it really got going,” Humboldt County Sheriff …

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LA County at Greater Risk for Flooding in Next 30 Years

Posted December 20, 2021, under Blog

According to a new report from First Street, a nonprofit flood assessment agency, 1 in 5 properties in Los Angeles County are at risk of flooding in the next 30 years. That’s a whopping 20% of properties that could flood in the next 30 years …

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3.4 Earthquake Rattles Carpinteria

Posted December 10, 2021, under Blog

On Wednesday, a 3.4 magnitude earthquake occurred 1 mile from Carpinteria at 10:38 PM.  Shaking was felt in Ventura, Oxnard, Santa Barbara and Port Hueneme. The quake was registered at a depth of 6 miles. Luckily, this is the only earthquake to report in the …

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What’s the Process of Earthquake Retrofitting?

Posted December 8, 2021, under Blog

Earthquake retrofitting is the process of repairing any structural issues with a home foundation to make the structure more resistant to damage or destruction from earthquakes. When a home requires earthquake retrofitting, a variety of solutions may be used to reinforce the structure. Some of …

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Winter Weather and Foundation Damage: How to Prevent It

Posted November 22, 2021, under Blog

The winter season brings cooler temps and wetter conditions. And while it doesn’t rain frequently in Southern California when it does … it tends to downpour. So, what does that do to your foundation? There are numerous ways in which rain can damage a foundation, …

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