Like many communities in southern California, Hacienda Heights CA started out as an agricultural area. First, it was part of the Spanish Rancho La Puente, and following American settlement it became a notable avocado, citrus, and walnut growing town. Beginning in the 1940s, Hacienda Heights CA began to take on a more residential character, and today it is a bedroom community of LA. The name Hacienda Heights CA reflects the past and present of the community since Hacienda is Spanish for plantation house. If you own a property in Hacienda Heights CA, you may be concerned about the possibility of it containing environmental hazards like asbestos, lead, mold and PCBs. Fortunately, AQHI Inc. can professionally remove these environmental hazards to help keep your indoor air safe, clean, and healthy. Just give us a call and we’ll send one of our experienced professionals to help you plan and implement a remediation project.