Today, Chula Vista, CA is a thriving community with a mix of older and newer homes that all share at least one thing in common – the possibility of toxic mold contamination brought on by water damage. This requires professional mold inspection and laboratory mold testing.
For a millennium, people have found nature’s picturesque scenery irresistible. Chula Vista – roughly translated from Spanish means “beautiful view” – has been attracting people to look upon, and live on, its eye-catching panorama for centuries.
THE NEED FOR MOLD INSPECTION & MOLD TESTING
Mold spores become airborne and can cause a variety of ailments from allergy-like symptoms to severe health problems. Common symptoms include itchy watery eyes, runny sinuses, and coughing to severe respiratory ailments. Mold grows where there is moisture. Moisture can be inside the walls, attics, and crawlspaces of buildings without anyone’s knowledge, which can lead to an explosion of toxic black mold growth. Typical causes of these types of humidity issues are from plumbing problems, roofs leaking, or flooding events.
We are Chula Vista’s top Indoor Air Quality (IAQ) inspection and testing company. With twenty years of experience performing mold inspection and mold testing for residential and commercial clients, we make it our goal to make sure everyone in Chula Vista is breathing clean air.
Whether you are sure you have a mold problem or just want a maintenance inspection, contact us today, and one of our professionally certified customer representatives will discuss the best course of action for your situation. The mold inspection and laboratory mold testing process will be explained in detail, providing you with the information to make a sound decision.
Chula Vista’s Reliable Mold Inspection & Mold Testing Company
Certified by the IEA for Indoor Environmental Services.
Exceeds industry standards to provide the highest quality service.
Indoor-Restore Environmental Services has the experience in mold inspection and mold testing, along with the tools to eradicate the causes of mold and mildew.
GET TO KNOW YOUR CITY
Chula Vista has a thriving population of 243,916, according to the United States 2010 census. It is the second biggest city in the San Diego area and is still growing.
The history of Chula Vista is as interesting and diverse as the city itself. The first people to explore, and make the area their home, were the Native American Kumeyaay in 3000 B.C. The Yuman-speaking tribe called the area home for hundreds of years before the Spanish arrived.
In 1542, three Spanish ships sailed into San Diego harbor under the command of Juan Rodriquez Cabillo. Shortly thereafter, the Spanish claimed the land as their own. In 1795 after becoming part of a Spanish land grant, the area came to be known as Rancho del Rey (The Kings Ranch). But less than fifty years later after Mexico formed its own government, it became known as Rancho de la Nacion (National Ranch).
In 1868, the land was purchased by the Kimball brothers for $30,000. The brothers planned on developing the area into American-style farms and cities. One of the brothers, Frank, was behind bringing the Santa Fe Railroad to the San Diego area. It wasn’t long after the railroad plans went into action before several of the Santa Fe Railroad directors created the San Diego Land and Town Company.
The newly formed company’s objective was to attract settlers to the area, which they accomplished by issuing promotional material that read, “Upon the best part of this tract, 5,000 acres are being subdivided into five acre lots with avenues and streets 80 feet in width running each way, the steam motor road passing through the center. This tract, known as Chula Vista, lies but a mile from the thriving place of National City.” So began the settlement boom of the 1880s.
In 1887, the five-acre plots sold for $1500 each. Following the purchase of a parcel and as part of the transaction, it was mandated that a home was built within six months. Around 1889, James D. Schulyer, suggested the town be named Chula Vista. Following the official adoption of the name by the San Diego Land and Town Company, the area became known as the city of Chula Vista. Up until the just before the beginning of World War II, the area remained a strong agricultural producer of lemons and celery.
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