ShakeAlertLA Getting New Updates After Failing to Notify Residents of Shaking

Posted August 15, 2019, under Blog

The Los Angeles earthquake notification app, ShakeAlertLA, is getting some much-needed updates. The app, which was developed by Mayor Eric Garcetti and the U.S. geological Survey, failed to notify Los Angeles residents of the Fourth of July earthquake (and the subsequent quakes that followed). ShakeAlertLA, …

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State Officials Urging So Cal Homeowners to Earthquake Retrofit Their Homes

Posted August 7, 2019, under Blog

State officials are urging Southern California homeowners to earthquake retrofit their homes and to get earthquake insurance. In light of the recent spike in large-magnitude earthquakes, state officials and residents alike are taking proactive measures to protect their communities and their properties. “Retrofitting your home …

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Experts Worry Recent Earthquakes Could Trigger Activity on Dangerous Faults

Posted July 17, 2019, under Blog

The two earthquakes that rattled Southern California over the 4th of July holiday weekend – the 6.4 and 7.1 temblors near Ridgecrest, CA – have experts worried of what may follow on nearby faults. “Those earthquakes [could] set off lots of other earthquakes [aftershocks],” said …

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Thousands of Earthquakes Rattle California in the Last Week, Raises Concerns for Soft Story Structures

Posted July 9, 2019, under Blog

After suffering two massive earthquakes over the fourth of July holiday weekend, California has experienced a new earthquake roughly every minute after. Since that 6.4 temblor – the first quake to rock Ridgecrest, CA on July 4th— there have been over 5,400 small earthquakes in …

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Earthquake Risk Increases in Southern California After 7.1 Shaker

Posted July 6, 2019, under Blog

In less than two days, California experienced two of the largest earthquakes in its state boarders since 1999. On the fourth of a July, a 6.4 magnitude temblor stuck Ridgecrest, CA, with shaking felt all the way in Las Vegas and in the Bay area. …

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Earthquake Swarm Raises Concern for Southern California Residents

Posted July 2, 2019, under Blog

A recent earthquake swarm has residents of one southern California city very worried. In the Fontana area, there have been more than 700 recent earthquakes since May 25th, with three of the temblors ranging in a 3 magnitude or greater. “People ought to be concerned,” …

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Everything to Know About Soft Story Retrofitting

Posted June 12, 2019, under Blog

Soft story buildings are multi-unit structures that were built with a weak or vulnerable first floor. This is known as the “soft” floor, which usually acts as a space for tuck under parking. Because of the way these buildings have been constructed, the open design …

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Earthquake Swarm Felt Throughout Inland Empire

Posted June 4, 2019, under Blog

Residents of Riverside county might be feeling like they’re living on shaky ground. An earthquake swarm rattled the region on Sunday and continued into the early hours of Monday. The U.S. Geological Survey reported that the temblors were felt throughout the Inland Empire, with earthquake …

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Fixing Concrete Home Foundation Problems

Posted May 23, 2019, under Blog

As a homeowner, it’s important to take any signs of foundation problems seriously. Foundation problems can create structural damage within your home and, when left unchecked and unrepaired, they can be very expensive to remedy. If you’re concerned about foundation problems in your home, first …

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