VILLA AMOR UNO and FILINVEST HOMES 2

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…it’s bad enough that the faultline exists; but it’s worse when you’re clueless where.

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Where to locate Villa Amor Uno and Filinvest Homes 2 in Quezon City.

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12 Responses to VILLA AMOR UNO and FILINVEST HOMES 2

  1. nemesia marcelo says:

    our property is located in spring country inside filinvest are we safe?

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  2. makoy says:

    Sir, How about in Gold St. in Filinvest 2, and we are near the marikina river (san mateo side) are we safe?

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  3. Manfred Ramos says:

    Hi and good afternoon Sir. My home is situated along Duhat Street , Northview II, Filinvest II. I am anywhere n’near’ the fault line please? If so, how many meters (or kilometers) should a house be to be considered on the safe side?

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    • tulisanes says:

      i can’t find duhat st. but from the corner of acacia and narra sts. in Northview II, Filinvest II is 1.6 kms away from the nearest section of the fault line, which touches the corner of london ave. and katipunan extension just near the river. to be on the safe side, about 10 meters from either side of the fault line. may i also add as a general rule: if the structure above your head is very old or was not designed by a licensed architect and licensed structural or civil engineer, then you are nonetheless VERY MUCH affected as the structural integrity of the house or building may be weak, and the roof and walls can collapse.

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      • Manfred Ramos says:

        Thank you for your reply.

        However, is 25 meters away from the fault line ‘enough’ to be safe?

        I think that a wider margin of safety should be utilized to minimize the risk involved, however minimal or otherwise. Say , about 1 kilometer from the fault line on either side would ‘at least’ be considered safe.

        What do you think please.

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      • tulisanes says:

        phivolcs is saying 5 meters from either side of the fault line. but i say, the farther you get the better. i’m sure you’ll agree.

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      • Manfred Ramos says:

        Thank you from the reminder from PHILVOCS. In this case, the farther you are from the fault line, the better. I was wondering, how sure ar WE of the coordinates of such a FAULT LINE, meaning how sure are we if indeed the fault line is where it really should be? I guess we all have to leave it to fate then.

        Thanks again ….. and thank you for your concern and initiative as well on such an undertaking.

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      • tulisanes says:

        once i was asked if there was a fault line on a certain property because the architect cautioned the owner to have the land checked. true enough, after i was given the gps coordinates of the property and plugged them in on google earth, i virtually flew to the property in question in nanoseconds and there was a fault line lying in wait where i was told the ground elevation looked suspicious. this and some other personal experiences convinced me the trace faults are accurate.

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      • Manfred Ramos says:

        Good evening.

        I rest my case.

        Let us all be prepared for the worst case scenario then.

        Better be ready and prepared, rather than sorry and regret later ….. as the saying goes.

        Thanks again for giving us this information.

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  4. joy says:

    My family lives in bagumbong northern part of caloocan…are they safe?

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    • tulisanes says:

      no fault line runs underneath bagumbong. but still your family may not be safe if their shelter is a death trap, where the roof may cave in or the floors and walls may collapse if the house just wasn’t built with the life-saving technical expertise of a licensed architect or civil or structural engineer. sometimes we pinoys rely on the skills of a master carpenter/mason/electrician all rolled into one capable candidate for a foreman of a construction project. STILL, he may have the experience going for him but then he may be lacking with the technical know-how that can prevent structural collapse during an earthquake and thus save lives. (a bit of shock value there to wake up people’s senses …bagumbong is around 12 km. from the nearest section of the fault line).

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