We live in North America's second most active earthquake zone. Yet many homes have not been built with the lateral strength to withstand the force of even a moderate earthquake which could cause them to fall off their foundations. The good news is that this can be prevented. How We Know Retrofits Work The most famous story told about seismic retr read more...
Shear Seismic Inc has a TrustScore™ of 3.5. The average TrustScore™ for other businesses providing similar services in Victoria and the surrounding areas is 3.5. For detailed information on how TrustScore is calculated, click here.
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The design of older homes â€“ and many newer ones â€“ does not provide adequate stability against horizontal earthquake forces. Conversion of basement walls to engineer-designed "shear" walls increases damage resistance by ~1,000% and reduces the risk of injury. Call us for a FREE seismic assessment.
Planning to finish your basement with framed drywalls? First, take the time to investigate the seismic strength of your pony walls to ensure they will not collapse during an earthquake. Seismic retrofits protect every other home investment you've made and keep you SAFE. Call for a FREE assessment.
Older homes in BC are most at risk of catastrophic damage in an earthquake. They were not built to resist strong horizontal quake forces. Engineer-designed seismic retrofits have tested successfully, increasing resistance to by almost 1000% and reducing injury. Call us for a FREE seismic assessment.
Prevent earthquake damage to your home, and reduce the risk of injury to everyone inside by having your basement, crawlspace, attic and garage framing upgraded to engineer-approved seismic standards. Increasing your home's resistance by up to 1,000% is the best protection. Call for a FREE assessment.
There is no better time than during a planned basement renovation to make structural upgrades that will increase your home's resistance to earthquake damage by almost 1,000%. Our engineer-designed retrofits will compensate for inadequate stability in BC homes. Call for a FREE structural assessment.
In the event of a significant earthquake, your home may be at great risk of sliding or collapsing off its foundation. This can be prevented fairly quickly and economically. We offer FREE Seismic Assessments to advise you of about upgrades to reduce the risk of serious injury and loss of your home.
We live in North America's second most active earthquake zone. Yet many homes have not been built with the lateral strength to withstand the force of even a moderate earthquake which could cause them to fall off their foundations. The good news is that this can be prevented.
How We Know Retrofits Work
The most famous story told about seismic retrofitting of houses took place near San Francisco in 1989 when the Loma Prieta earthquake hit, severely damaging 40,000 homes. A well-known architect had purchased two identical Victorian homes which sat side-by-side on a corner. He managed to get only one retrofit in time. The retrofit home survived the earthquake with only $5,000 worth of damage and remained habitable. By contrast, the twin house was knocked from its foundation and cost $260,000 to jack up, repair, and slide back onto a new foundation.
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|Main Contact(s):||Marney Mutch|
|Alternate Phone Numbers:||778-678-0782,|
|Listed with TrustedPros since:||2012|
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|24 Hour emergency Service:||No|
|Licensing Information:||Contact Shear Seismic Inc to request licensing info.|
|Insurance Information:||Contact Shear Seismic Inc to request insurance details.|
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