Living in California means living with the reality that earthquake is always a possibility. There is nothing you can do to prevent it, but there are some measures you can take to help protect your belongings. Of course, the very best financial protection is to instigate a California earthquake insurance policy. This type of step may be the only thing to afford adequate financial protection in the event of a major quake.

Smaller quakes can still inflict much damage inside the home even if the structural integrity of the property is not damaged. The shaking and rattling alone is enough to send belongings flying and household items falling and breaking. Any large furniture pieces should be braced to a wall to help prevent damage. Items like bookcases, televisions, wardrobes, and heavy upright pieces may be prevented from falling if braced correctly. It may also pay to install latches on your cupboards and cabinets to prevent them flying open and depositing all their contents broken on the floor.

These precautions are only small, but ones which may make the damage after a small tremor less costly. Preparation for a larger quake is something that should not be ignored, and it may involve completely strengthening your home’s structure. The instigation of a California earthquake insurance policy may be the only thing saving you from living on shaky ground – financially speaking. Contact us for more information on insurance for earthquake damage in CA.

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