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Sacramento

For those who know and love Sacramento, we all understand how quickly and easily we can commute from one part of the city to any of the nearby cities and counties. What we enjoy about Sacramento, and want to share with others, is how vibrant our city is. We all know it is the capital city of California, but most people don’t realize how the confluence of the Sacramento River and the American River adds a wonderful river ambience to our region. It is the cultural and economic hub of the Sacramento metropolitan region, which includes seven counties with a 2010 population of nearly 2.5 million people. It is the fourth largest metropolitan area in the state (the other three being greater LA, the San Francisco Bay area and the San Diego metropolitan area) and the  27th largest in the United States. In 2002 it named “America’s Most Diverse City” by the Harvard University Civil Rights Project conducted for Time magazine.

 

Carmichael

The community of Carmichael is one of Sacramento’s best kept secrets. This census-designated place (CDP) is a suburb in the greater Sacramento metropolitan area. With a population of more than 61,000 it is a diverse and beautiful community. This is an ideal community for us to help homeowners and businesses maintain and update the older homes and buildings that make Carmichael such a desirable location. Some of the points of interest in Carmichael include Carmichael Park, Jensen Botanical Gardens, Chautauqua Playhouse, Ancil Hoffman Park, the American River Parkway and the American River Bike Trail.

 

Fair Oaks

This lovely and highly-desirable residential community is another census-designated place (CDP) in Sacramento County. Officially part of the Sacramento-Arden Arcade-Roseville Statistical Area and it has a population of nearly 31,000. The town center is known as Old Fair Oaks Village where the central park hosts the Veterans Memorial Amphitheater and chickens roam freely throughout the village. The village hosts the Fair Oaks Fiesta and Car Show as well as the annual Fair Oaks Chicken festival. We even have our own Fair Oaks History Center. This is an ideal community for us to help homeowners and businesses maintain and update the older homes and buildings that make Fair oaks such a desirable location.

Orangevale

This community is another census-designated place (CDP) in Sacramento County. Officially part of the Sacramento-Arden Arcade-Roseville Statistical Area with a population of nearly 34,000. One of the prime attractions of Orangevale is a reputation for enjoying a landscape of rolling hills which offer some of the best views of the Sierra Nevada mountain range and foothills. Throughout the development of the Sacramento region Orangevale continues to enjoy a rural environment in the middle of a growing metropolitan region. This is an ideal community for us to help homeowners and businesses maintain and update the older homes and buildings that make Orangevale such a desirable location.

West Sacramento

West Sacramento is a city located in Yolo County, just to the West of Sacramento and on the other side of the Sacramento River. This city is rapidly growing and re-developing in to a hip urban center. With a population of nearly 49,000 in the 2010 census, it is establishing a reputation for the Farm to Fork movement, as well as the home of the Sacramento River Cats, the San Francisco Giants AAA farm club. In 2014 The United States Conference of Mayors named West Sacramento as the Most livable City in America with a fewer than 100,000 residents. This is an ideal community for us to help homeowners and businesses maintain and update the older homes and buildings that make West Sacramento such a desirable location.

Antelope

This community is another census-designated place (CDP) in Sacramento County. Officially part of the Sacramento-Arden Arcade-Roseville Statistical Area with a population of nearly 46,000. One of the prime attractions of Antelope are it’s many beautiful parks. These parks include Tetotom Park, Pokelma Park, Lone Oak Park, Blue Oak Park, Northbrook Park (formerly known as Antelope Greens Park), Antelope Station Park, Almond Gove, Firestone Park and Roseview Park. This is an ideal community for us to help homeowners and businesses maintain and update the older homes and buildings that make Antelope such a desirable location.

Roseville

The beautiful city of Roseville is the largest city in Placer County and is one of the major economic hubs of the greater Sacramento metropolitan region. With a population exceeding 128,000 the city is both a dynamic economic business center as well as an attractive residential community. Roseville has an active, attractive historic downtown core which was revitalized beginning in 1988. This is an ideal community for us to help homeowners and businesses maintain and update the older homes and buildings, as well facilitate the new construction projects that make Roseville such a desirable location.

Folsom

For a long time, Folsom was the only other city in Sacramento County besides the City of Sacramento. Although that is no longer true, with its top rated schools, clean, safe streets and parks, and lots of indoor and outdoor activities, Folsom consistently ranks on ‘best of’ lists from a variety of publications. With a population of nearly 73,000 Folsom continues to grow, especially with the upcoming start of the South of 50 development. The city s famous for it’s Folsom Dam and Folsom Prison, made famous by Johnny Cash. It is also the home to the first hydro-electric Powerhouse West of St. Louis that generated electricity for Sacramento, as well as the first railroad (running from Folsom to Sacramento) in the West. This is an ideal community for us to help homeowners and businesses maintain and update the older homes and buildings, as well facilitate the new construction projects that make Folsom such a desirable location.

El Dorado Hills

This unincorporated community is a census-designated place (CDP) in El Dordao County and is one of the more desirable communities of the region. Located 22 miles to the East if Sacramento, the community has a population of more than 42,000. Although generally a more rural segment of the greater Sacramento region, this community is closely aligned with Sacramento and Folsom, both socially and economically. This is an ideal community for us to help homeowners and businesses maintain and update the older homes and buildings that make El Dorado Hills such a desirable location.