GOLDEN STATE MOLD INSPECTIONS
Hermosa Beach Mold Inspections
We are the best mold inspections and mold testing company in the Hermosa Beach California area! You can be sure that we will listen to your concerns, answer any questions with honest answers, provide a cost estimate for you before mold removal begins (if requested), remove only what is necessary without damaging anything else. We have no conflict of interest because we do not perform our own repairs or removals so there’s never pressure from us when it comes time to make decisions about remediation work. A mold inspection is a fairly straightforward procedure, but it’s important that you know what to expect. Mold inspectors will start by asking questions about the history of your home and whether or not you have any health issues. After this, they’ll get on their hands and knees to inspect the crawl space for any indications of water damage. If there are no signs of water damage near the foundation, then they’ll head upstairs to do a visual inspection. This includes checking behind outlets or sinks in case there is hidden mold growth inside these locations. Some of the most common problems that bring people to us on a regular basis include musty odors and strange smells, respiratory issues, and concern over indoor air quality. There are also those who want to avoid taking over someone else’s mold problem by getting their home or business professionally inspected as soon as possible. Nothing is more aggravating than having your house full of stale mustiness and mildew, especially if you’re planning to turn it into your ideal home one day! Give us a call right now for a free quote so that mold or asbestos don’t endanger your family. CALL TODAY
Stretching about 2.5 miles along the Pacific Ocean, Hermosa Beach is one of the most popular beaches in Los Angeles, with many attractions, activities, and events throughout the year. Families spend their time sunbathing on the golden sands while spotting pelicans flying by or playing in the cool water that meets the shore. The pier at Hermosa Beach is another favorite spot for families with children to walk out on its wooden beams to get a view of surfers catching waves or fishing enthusiasts waiting for their following catch. During weekends, visitors can enjoy local bands performing live music on an outdoor stage while tasting fresh fish tacos cooked over an open fire pit for lunchtime. While beachgoers are enjoying themselves, lifeguards are on constant watch for swimmers struggling in the water. Hermosa Beach is home to “The Strand,” a walkway that runs about 20 blocks along the beach and provides access to most Hermosa’s shops, galleries, and restaurants. Visitors can also take a short drive up Pacific Coast Highway (PCH) to enjoy the views of the city and Santa Monica Bay from Palos Verdes Park or visit Abalone Cove Shoreline Park for tide pools filled with marine life growing on rocks exposed at low tide. At night, visitors can listen to live bands playing in local bars such as The Red Lion Tavern or head over to Pier Avenue, where they will find many more options, including Irish pubs like O’Brien’s or fine dining at restaurants such as The Strand House. The locals commonly called “The Strand” Hermosa Beach is a beachfront city along the Pacific Ocean within southwestern Los Angeles County, California. It is bordered on three sides of the town of Redondo Beach and the fourth side by the City of Manhattan Beach. The shoreline fronts an urban area that extends inland to about half a mile from the coast. The city’s slogan, “Truly an Oasis,” gets to the heart of what living in Hermosa is like — with comprehensive, sun-filled beaches, a bustling downtown, and locally-owned shops and restaurants. To experience it is to love it. From fashion boutiques and home décor shops to eateries specializing in everything from wood-fired pizza and sushi bar fare to craft beer and premium coffee drinks, shopping here is truly an adventure. Beach volleyball tournaments are held year-round, with some of the country’s top beach athletes and coaches competing in this internationally recognized sport that has become synonymous with Hermosa Beach. At the southern end of Hermosa Beach, a pier extends into the ocean, which hosts an outdoor amphitheater with a stage set against crashing waves under illuminated palm trees during summertime concerts through September. Nearby Pier Plaza features open-air cafés and several shops, including boutiques, surf shops, surf gear, and other rare finds. Many activities within the beaches include surfing, volleyball, pier fishing, bike paths for jogging, or roller skating along The Strand path, which stretches about 20 blocks along the ocean. Visitors will enjoy dining from casual to fine at restaurants such as O’Brien’s Irish Pub on Pier Avenue, which has been transformed into a quaint restaurant with fire pits in the outdoor seating area while enjoying the music playing over speakers in the evenings or savoring fresh fish tacos at The Red Lion Tavern with a view of the beach and pier. While visitors hike up Palos Verdes Drive North towards Abalone Cove Shoreline Park, they can explore tide pools filled with marine life that thrives beneath the ocean tide at low spring tides. Since the late 1980s, Hermosa Beach has experienced a steady influx of middle-to-upper income residents as real estate prices in such coastal communities as Santa Monica and Manhattan Beach soared. The city’s average family income and property values now rank among the highest in California, making Hermosa one of the most expensive beachfront markets in the United States. The city has become home to several organizations dealing with social justice issues in the South Bay, with many of its residents being part of social movements. The non-profit environmental Heal the Bay is based in Hermosa Beach at 920 Artesia Ave. The organization focuses on improving water quality in local waterways, impacting local communities’ health and welfare. Other non-profits are also housed in buildings owned by the City of Hermosa Beach. There are community events held throughout each year that celebrate diversity, culture, and arts through festivals or simply through gathering spaces within neighborhoods. Hermosa Beach Recreation is a department that provides residents with activities for all ages year-round at no cost to participants.