Earthquakes are only one part of the hazards that homes face in California. Mudslides and shifting are also problems. For people who are having a home or structure of any sort built, being able to protect the building from these issues is a priority here.
The costs of a massive fire from 2007 involving a utility company from San Diego cannot be passed onto the customers, according to a ruling from the California Public Utilities Commission. San Diego Gas & Electric was looking for approval to bill its customers the $379 million in costs from multiple deadly fires started by power lines back in 2007.