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Marina Del Ray Mold Inspections

We are the best mold inspections and mold testing company in the Marine Del Ray 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

Marina del Rey

Welcome to the harbor of Los Angeles!

Marina del Rey in Los Angeles, California is home to 4602 boat slips making it the largest man-made small-craft harbor in North America. Marina del Rey is actually a Spanish term for “Docks of the King” and other translations include “King’s Navy” and “Harbor of the King”. No wonder experiencing Marina del Rey is living like royalty.

The beach town of Marina del Rey is a major boating and water recreation destination in Los Angeles County, South California. This coastal community is not only famous for its thrilling outdoor recreations but also for its rich history and culture especially after 1954 when this former marshland transforms into the modern Marina del Rey.


Marina del Rey’s history is as rich and colorful as the community. It was formerly a marshland famous for its fishing and duck hunting activities. The first residents of Marina del Rey were the Shoshone and Gabrielino/Tongva Indians and were actually the first fishermen and hunters in the area. Development plans for Marinas started in 1887 with M.L. Wicks’ idea to design a harbor for the city of Los Angeles. But it wasn’t until 1954 under President Dwight D. Eisenhower that a federal project was implemented to continue that dream and turn the place into a residential and boating community that can also drive revenues from tourism with water sports, waterfront dining, and harbor cruises. Marina del Rey is an Army Corps of Engineers project funded by the Federal government, Los Angeles County and private developers.


According to the 2020 Census of Population and Housing conducted by the United States Census Bureau, as of April 1, 2021, Marina del Rey is home to 11, 373 people. There are 5, 537 households recorded in the area from 2015 to 2019.


Marina del Rey is actually an unincorporated community in Los Angeles. The harbor, which is the heart of the community, is owned by the Los Angeles County but is managed by the Department of Beaches and Harbors. Half of the 807 acres of Marina del Rey is underwater.


The climate in Marina del Rey is semi-arid which means it’s always sunny and less rain which is just perfect for tourists to visit Marina del Rey at any time of the year. During the spring, the temperature can reach up to 14-22 degrees Celcius. It will then rise between 17-26 degrees Celcius in the summer, fall between 11-21 degrees Celcius in autumn and rapidly fall in winter between 9-19 degrees Celcius. The best time to visit Marina del Rey is between April and November when there’s limited rainfall and warm temperature. However, if you have a limited budget, avoid visiting between June to August because during this time Marina del Rey is highly in demand among tourists increasing the prices around the area


There’s no place for boredom at Marina del Rey because you’ll never run out of things to do here. A 2-day trip is really not enough to fully experience the culture of Marina del Rey. Kayak rentals, paddleboard, dining cruises, birdwatching, wildlife watching (dolphins, whales, sea lions, harbor seals), shopping, and dining. Marina del Rey can cater to everything that you need.


If you dream of seeing New England’s seaport and fishing town, then look no further, because Marina del Rey has its own version of that. Take a peaceful walk at the harbor front and savor the view of sailboats and the wildlife on the beach of Marina. You can also watch the free live music at the plaza every afternoon on Saturday and Sunday.


Marina Beach is called the “Mother’s Beach” for a reason. You can try stand-up paddle to explore the harbor or you can try kayaking and look for sea lions. You can also have a family picnic on the beach and let your kids play in the beach playground.


On Saturdays, 9 am to 2 pm, there’s a place where you can buy fresh flowers, fruits, and vegetables and that place is none other than the Farmers’ Market at Marina del Rey.


This place offers the best view of the harbor at Marina del Rey. Here, you can wait for the sunset while sitting on a bench or just have some relaxing moment alone in the park with the sparkling sea as your view.


There are places for sports also at Marina del Rey. At Glen Alla Park, you can play basketball and tennis because they have sports facilities such as courts for you to do that.

Marina del Rey deserves a place on your travel bucket list. Unleash the inner Moana inside you and answer to the call of the ocean!

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