Unlimited Drilling Responds to Homeowners Needs After Recent Earthquakes

July 17, 2019 - /PressAdvantage/ - San Diego based Unlimited Drilling and Foundations, Inc., are readily available to handle homeowners needs after recent earthquakes rocked the Southern California area. Experts in foundation repair, Unlimited Drilling can inspect any cracks that may have appeared after the 7.1 earthquake that hit July 5, 2019 in Ridgecrest, CA. Though San Diego is located 200 miles south of the epicenter, it’s rumblings were widespread and felt all the way to the Mexican border.

Foundation cracks are primarily caused by poor drainage and poorly constructed foundations. There may be obvious signs of a foundation issue when windows and doors fail to open and close properly. Cracks in foundation may show up as cracks in the drywall and stucco. Uneven floors is also a common symptom. In the mountain areas of San Diego, faulty foundation can be detrimental to the entire structure of a home as well as dangerous. Unlimited Drilling has trained professionals to inspect whether a home needs repair due to these causes or by earthquake damage. If a problem is found, Unlimited Drilling has the knowledge and staff to resolve the problem.

“Foundation left damaged can cause serious damage to other elements of your home or business and the longer you wait, the worse the problem can get,” says Joe Azar, owner of Unlimited Drilling and Foundations, Inc. “If you are interested in getting a gauge of how much your foundation repair may cost, we encourage you to send some pictures to us so we can take a look remotely, then we’ll schedule a time to come out and inspect your foundation.”

Unlimited Drilling and Foundations, Inc, has been around since 1993. Besides foundation repair, they off a wide range of services such as slope stabilization and retaining walls. They use only the highest quality materials and tools and pride themselves on craftsmanship and communication ensuring the project is done in a timely manner and on budget. They have completed over 1,000 projects and have their General Engineering and Building license.

To contact Unlimited Drilling and Foundations, Inc., or for more information, please call 619-449-7880 or go to :https://unlimiteddrilling.com/


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Unlimited Drilling & Foundations
Unlimited Drilling & Foundations
9565 Abbeyfield Rd, Santee, CA 92071

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