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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3 Primary Solutions to Save Your Home Foundation from Water Damage

Posted March 2, 2017, under Blog

LOS ANGELES, CA: Julian Construction (www.julianconstruction.com), a foundation repair and replacement company serving the greater Los Angeles area, is informing the public of three primary solutions for saving a home foundation from water damage, which leads to deterioration and needed replacement. According to the company, …

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3 Underpinning Options to Handle Home Foundation Problems

Posted March 2, 2017, under Blog

LOS ANGELES, CA: Julian Construction (www.julianconstruction.com), a foundation repair and replacement company serving the greater Los Angeles area, is informing the public of three different methods of underpinning a building. Underpinning is defined as a method used to increase a building’s foundation depth or repair …

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Governor Jerry Brown Opposes Measure S, Says the Bill “Goes Too Far”

Posted February 25, 2017, under Blog

Governor Jerry Brown is taking a stance for Los Angeles housing developers. The Governor of California opened up about the newly proposed Measure S bill, which would limit real estate development in the city if passed, in a statement released on Wednesday. “I join with …

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Santa Barbara Hit By 3.4 Earthquake, Highlights Importance of City Retrofitting Measures

Posted February 24, 2017, under Blog

A 3.4 earthquake rattled residents in Santa Barbara Wednesday night. The U.S. Geological Survey reports that the quake occurred at 8:49 p.m. and was centered in the Santa Barbara channel near Gaviota. Located just 13 miles south of the seismic activity, residents in Solvang felt …

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Does Your Contractor’s Dun & Bradstreet Rating Matter?

Posted February 22, 2017, under Blog

Are you familiar with Dun & Bradstreet? While many consumers have never heard of this business service, the company has been around since 1841! D&B is for business, what Experian and Equifax are for individuals — they rate businesses on their finances, credit score, credit …

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Does Your Pier Foundation Need Replacement?

Posted February 21, 2017, under Blog

Your home’s foundation is arguably the most important facet of its structure. Like many man-made objects, these foundations can deteriorate over time. For example, when your home’s foundation settles at different rates, that’s when issues like foundation cracks, uneven and/or sinking floors, drywall cracks, tight …

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Santa Monica City Council Approves Nation’s Largest Retrofitting Effort

Posted February 16, 2017, under Blog

Santa Monica’s new seismic retrofitting effort could mean big changes for Los Angeles. The City Council approved Santa Monica’s latest seismic safety measure to retrofit some 2,000 buildings deemed vulnerable to earthquakes. Santa Monica’s new safety rules would extend Los Angeles’ recent retrofit efforts, going …

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