Program Helps Homeowners Brace + Bolt for Earthquakes

Pilot Program begins in Eagle Rock neighborhood. Enroll before October 30!

By LatinoLA Contributor
Published on LatinoLA: October 16, 2013

Program Helps Homeowners Brace + Bolt for Earthquakes

In an effort to help Eagle Rock homeowners protect their largest investment and loved ones, the California Residential Mitigation Program -- a joint powers agreement created by the California Earthquake Authority and the Governor's Office of Emergency Services -- is introducing Earthquake Brace + Bolt: Funds To Strengthen Your Foundation Pilot Program in the Eagle Rock communities (ZIP codes 90041 and 90042). The purpose of Earthquake Brace + Bolt is to decrease the physical and financial damage of earthquakes on single-family residential homes in California that meet specific criteria.

A typical retrofit can cost between $2,000 and $10,000. Earthquake Brace + Bolt will pre-qualify homeowners whose homes meet certain criteria and then select the recipients of the rebate (up to $3,000) using a database which will randomly select participants.

Time is limited on the Earthquake Brace + Bolt Pilot Program; registration will only run from through October 30, 2013. Visit or call (877) 232-4300 for more information today.

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