New Maps Show Major Fault Lines Run Under L.A.’s Most Expensive Real Estate

Posted July 17, 2017, under Blog

New fault boundaries have raised concerns for some of the priciest parts of Los Angeles. According to the latest fault maps – which were released on Thursday – Beverly Hills, Santa Monica, Brentwood, Pacific Palisades, Westwood and Century City have been included in the Newport-Inglewood …

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Everything You Need to Know About Earthquake Retrofitting

Posted July 13, 2017, under Blog

As a California resident, you know that earthquakes pose a real threat. As we saw with the devastating Northridge earthquake of 1994, large seismic quakes can cause serious damage to buildings and homes. Thanks to advances in structural engineering, earthquake retrofitting is one of the …

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Budget Cuts May Kill California’s Earthquake Warning System

Posted July 12, 2017, under Blog

The early earthquake warning system, which has received approval from elected officials in both parties, may be facing another bump in the road. The system, which was set for limited release early next year, is on President Trump’s chopping block, thanks to newly proposed budget cuts. …

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Julian Construction Offers Helical Piles

Posted July 8, 2017, under Blog

LOS ANGELES, CA: Julian Construction (, a foundation repair and construction company, is offering helical pile services in the Los Angeles area. Helical piles are a foundation solution, a steel shaft with blades attached in a spiral pattern, similar to a wood screw. The pile …

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5 Most Common Types of Home Foundations

Posted July 8, 2017, under Blog

LOS ANGELES, CA: A foundation repair and construction company, Julian Construction (, is informing homeowners on the five types of home foundations. Today, there are a large number of foundation types and most of these foundation types are determined based off a region’s climate and …

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Raymond Fault Line Creates New Fears

Posted June 23, 2017, under Blog

A new section of the Raymond fault line, which runs through Los Angeles’ northeast areas, has been redefined. The active fault, which caused the 4.9 earthquake in Pasadena back in 1988, has now been re-mapped extending to areas West of its original location. The California …

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Scientists Predict 8.2 Earthquake in Los Angeles’ Future

Posted June 13, 2017, under Blog

The San Andreas fault just got a little scarier. According to new data, one area of the active San Andreas fault line could lead to major destruction if ruptured during an earthquake. Tucked between the Coachella Valley and the San Gorgonio Pass, the area of …

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New Study Suggests San Diego’s At Greater Risk for Major Earthquakes

Posted June 3, 2017, under Blog

According to new data, San Diego is at a greater risk for a major earthquake in comparison to other areas in Southern California. The fault line that runs under the city has the capability of producing not only stronger quakes, but more frequent earthquakes. Researchers …

Continue Reading Does Your Roof Need to Be Replaced?

Posted May 31, 2017, under Blog

The purpose of a building’s roof is to provide protection from environmental elements like rain, snow, wind and sun. Although a roof can last for 20 to 30 years, it will eventually deteriorate and need to be replaced. Factors that can impact the life of …

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