Areas Served

Areas Served

We serve all of Los Angeles County, including the following localities:

Los Angeles

Affectionately known as “The City of Angels”, Los Angeles is considered to be the entertainment capitol of the world. This global metropolis an extraordinary mix of multicultural neighborhoods offering residents and visitors alike world-class dining, shopping, and a wealth of fabulous attractions.


Downey prides itself for being a city that has retained a small town atmosphere. Located in the heart of Southern California and with easy access to its major freeways, it is the ideal location for companies to do business. Downey has been rated in the top 25% of the “100 Best Cities To Do Business in California” by California Business Magazine.

South Central L.A.

South Central L.A. is home to the University of California ( USC) and the Los Angeles Memorial Coliseum where fans can enjoy watching the L.A. Rams and the USC Trojans. South Central L.A.’s Central Avenue was considered to be the heart of the L.A. jazz scene in the 30’s and 40’s where you could hear the likes of Art Tatum, Lionel Hampton, and Charlie Parker play as you may your way from one club to another.

East L.A.

East L.A. has a long-standing history as a Mexican-American community, fueled by the large influx of Mexican workers who arrived to work in the defense plants located in Los Angeles during World War II. But, unlike other L.A. neighborhoods that have experienced change over the years, East L.A. has been one of the most established and stable communities in Los Angeles. Today, it is the largest Hispanic community in the U.S., and continues to be one of the country’s most culturally rich communities.


Glendale is the third largest city in Los Angeles County and home to many popular restaurant chains, including Bob’s Big Boy and Baskin-Robbins Ice Cream. Several corporations make their headquarters in Glendale — Nestle and International House of Pancakes.


Best known for the Tournament of Roses Parade and the Rose Bowl, the city of Pasadena is also known for its world-class museums, great restaurants, shops and boutiques. Old Pasadena is a 22-block national historic district set within the city’s original 19th century marketplace.

San Fernando

San Fernando is a city that is steeped in California’s history dating back almost 200 years. Named for Mission San Fernando Rey de Espana, San Fernando was originally a land of farms and ranches, but today it has become a center for manufacturing and commerce. San Fernando is known as the “First City of the Valley” due to the fact that, in 1874, it became the Valley’s first organized community.

Van Nuys

Founded in 1911, Van Nuys got its name from Isaac Newton Van Nuys, one of its developers. The community of Van Nuys became a commerical success after it became the first new stop on the San Fernando Line of the Pacific Electric Railway, one of the largest electric railway systems in the world. Many famous people have called Van Nuys “home” including actors Andy Devine, Jane Russell, Marilyn Monroe and Natalie Wood, baseball great, Don Drysdale, and musician, Gwen Stefani.


Pacoima is one of the oldest neighborhoods in the San Fernando Valley, its written history dating back to 1769 when the first white men entered the San Fernando Valley. The Gabrielino Indians, who were native to the region, gave Pacoima its name which means “rushing water” due to the many streams that flowed into the valley from the surrounding mountains. Pacoima was home to Ritchie Valens, one of rock and roll’s pioneering legends.

North Hills

Originally known as Mission Acres, North Hills began as an agricultural community in the late 18th century and early 19th century and was part of the Mission San Fernando Rey de Espana. After World War II, the community’s name was changed to Sepulveda. In 1992, a group of residents from the western section of the community voted to secede and form a separate community which was name North Hills. Eventually, the eastern section became North Hills East. North Hills has been a shooting location for movies and TV shows including “Grey’s Anatomy”, “My Name is Earl”, and the movie, “Argo.”


Located between Malibu and Santa Barbara, the city of Ventura overlooks the beautiful blue waters of the Pacific Ocean. From its inception, Ventura has been a place of trade and commerce. Like many other California cities, Ventura began as part of the network of Spanish missions — Mission San Buenaventura. Eventually, the name was shortened to Ventura, and today Ventura is often cited as being one of the most livable communities in the country. It’s a classic SoCal beach town, with miles of beautiful beaches, bikeways, and access to the Channel Islands National Park.

San Bernardino

As the largest city in San Bernardino County, the city of San Bernardino serves as its county seat. Historic Route 66, the first highway to link Chicago and the Midwest to Southern California, runs through downtown San Bernardino. Every September, the city celebrates this historic road with an annual event lasting four days and showcasing vintage cars and classic street rods.


Citrus was the name of the game in Riverside. In 1873, Riverside resident, Eliza Tibbets, planted the first three orange trees in Riverside, and the result? The beginning of “California’s Second Gold Rush”. Riverside is considered to be the home of America’s citrus industry. Today, that history is preserved in one of the city’s most popular attractions, the 300-acre California Citrus State Historic Park.