Top 3 Earthquake Retrofitting Specialists in Kent, WA

Porch Pro Headshot Seismic Northwest
Earthquake Retrofitting
Serves Kent, Washington
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Porch Pro Headshot Stronghome Siesmic
Earthquake Retrofitting
Serves Kent, Washington
Stronghome Seismic specializes in earthquake retrofits, making homes and families earthquake safe! We are a local, family owned company with over 40 years of combined experience. Our goal is to make Seattle and its surrounding areas earthquake safe. As a general contractor we also offer many other...Read more
Stronghome Seismic specializes in earthquake retrofits, making homes and families earthquake safe! We are a local, family owned company with over 40 years of combined experience. Our goal is to make Seattle and its surrounding areas earthquake safe. As a general contractor we also offer many other...Read more
Porch Pro Headshot Bellagrade Inc
Earthquake Retrofitting
Serves Kent, Washington
Full service general contractor with over 15 years experience. We have been privileged to work on projects from $5,000.00 to $3M+. We have experience in commercial, residential, labs, and critical facilities. Our success is driven by personal involvement from ownership on all projects, thorough c...Read more
Full service general contractor with over 15 years experience. We have been privileged to work on projects from $5,000.00 to $3M+. We have experience in commercial, residential, labs, and critical facilities. Our success is driven by personal involvement from ownership on all projects, thorough c...Read more

Top questions to ask before hiring an earthquake retrofitting specialist

    A professional will assist you with scope and estimates, but having a clear idea of what you want to accomplish will help communication.

    Do you want professionals to do everything, or do you have the time and skill to do some of the work?

    Many projects such as have a DIY component, such as painting or cleanup.

    First and foremost, protect yourself and make sure the contractor and any sub-contractors are licensed, bonded and insured.