The first Europeans to settle North Hills CA were the Spanish. At that time it was part of the Mission San Fernando. For many years, the area remained primarily agricultural. The arrival of the LA Aqueduct in 1913 helped fuel even more agricultural growth. Eventually, North Hills CA turned suburban during a post WWII land boom that affected much of the LA area. However, it wasn’t until 1992 that North Hills CA became its own city. As in many areas with lots of WWII-era housing, home ownership in North Hills CA has the potential to come with unwanted baggage in the form of asbestos building materials and lead paint. Homes of any age may contain other environmental hazards like mold and PCBs. Fortunately, AQHI Inc. can 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 with a remediation project.