Preparing for an Earthquake with Seismic Retrofitting

Friday, November 20th, 2015 by Tina Souza

Being in an area where earthquakes strike, taking steps to be prepared and having a plan in place is a strategy many Californians take. Foundation Repair of CA's project manager, Brett Cesarin, was recently featured in an article discussing seismic retrofitting as a means to prepare for the next big earthquake.  

A home's foundation, design and the soil it is built on all influence the amount of damage an earthquake can leave behind.  The main thing a homeowner can do to minimize the impact of an earthquake is to take the load path of the house and absorb it into the foundation. 

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If you're interested in learning more about how to plan for an earthquake or would like to prepare by retrofitting your home, contact us today for a free estimate!


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