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Weinstein Retrofitting Systems is a leader in the earthquake retrofitting industry and we have served the San Fernando Valley and the greater Los Angeles County area since 1977. Our location gives us the first hand experience with and the knowledge of earthquakes and earthquake safety so that we can better relate to your needs as well as those of your home.


Since the 1994 Northridge earthquake, we have inspected tens of thousands of homes and successfully retrofitted over 7,000 of them in accordance with both the LA Department of Building and Safety and FEMA.


We are licensed by the Contractors State License Board of California and bonded by the AEGIS insurance company. We have also passed the required FEMA training for the Earthquake Brace and Bolt program and can be found on their EBB Contractor List.


The company’s extensive industry experience allows us to design, fabricate, and install retrofitting systems efficiently and effectively. We have both the expertise and authority in the field of construction that is so sought after, especially in Southern California.


We are a family owned business and understand your concerns as a property owner. Our first job is to satisfy you, the customer, and we will stick to a job from beginning to end to ensure that your home is safe, secure, and properly retrofitted. Another part of our job is to share information about safety and emergency preparedness so that, in addition to your home, you and your family will be ready should disaster strike.

Listed below are our company credentials; This information is provided to give you peace of mind, knowing that we are fully bonded and licensed. When considering taking the first step in strengthening your home against the threat of an earthquake, we hope that you will choose us.




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