How to tell if your home is going to survive a big quake…

  • • What are the essential elements of a good retrofit?
  • • Was your retrofit done correctly?
  • • Can a bad retrofit be corrected?
  • • How to tell if a contractor is “blowing smoke” or knows what he’s doing
  • • What’s the safest place to be in each room of my home?
  • • What can hurt you: the criteria for identifying what to secure

Get all the answers with your QuakeConsult »

Are you ready for two weeks without food and water?

Some basics for earthquake preparedness:

  • You need 1-2 gallons of water per person per day
  • You need food for 2 weeks
  • You need kits with basic preparedness items for home and cars

Here’s some tips for you, along with information about your QuakeKits:

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Stuff in your home can hurt you:

We recognize that there are a lot of folks who are physically unable, or just don’t have the time, to secure the necessary appliances and furniture to walls.

  • • Heavy furniture
  • • Wall hangings
  • • Appliances
  • • Things on shelves, windows, doors, light fixtures

If you’re handy, do it yourself.  If you have a handyman, hire him.  But you need to know what to use and how to install, so that you have a safe. We can help.

Find out more about QuakeSecure »


Will your home burn to the ground?

Imagine your peace of mind in knowing that, if a major quake hits while you are away from home, the valve will automatically shut off your gas supply. Many homes have been destroyed by fire when a quake snaps a gas line in the house.

  • • Fire is the cause of most damage during/after a big quake
  • • If the quake causes a gas line in your home to break, your home could be history
  • • To save your home, you may have to turn off your gas – are you home 24/7?
  • • The solution:  your gas is turned off automatically

Have peace of mind with our inexpensive QuakeValve »


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