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Foundation Repair In The City of Rancho Santa Margarita

With 13 square miles of land, Rancho Santa Margarita became California’s longest-named city when it was incorporated in 2000. Although much of the city falls within a mast-planned community, it doesn’t seem as though the soils were adequately planned for. Like its neighbors Mission Viejo and Coto De Caza, Rancho Santa Margarita has surface soils made up of an expansive clay and a silty loam. This mixture of clay and fine organic materials is a recipe for disaster for many of the city’s homeowners. These soils can allow a home’s foundation to settle, or sink. Over the years we’ve become pretty familiar with the common signs and symptoms that come with foundation settlement:

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