Granada Hills CA

The neighborhood of Granada Hills CA is known for being the site of the very first oil well in the San Fernando Valley. The community itself developed around agriculture and was officially founded in 1926. Local farmers produced apricots, oranges, walnuts, and beans. The flourishing agricultural scene was likely what inspired the name Granada Hills, as the area was named after a city in Spain that was also known for its gardens. Additionally, the word “Granada” means pomegranate in Spanish, so there’s another connection to agriculture. Whereas Granada, Spain has a Moorish palace, Granada Hills CA has many interesting mid-century modern style homes. The Balboa Highlands tract, which was designed by Joseph Eichler, is particularly noteworthy. No matter where in Granada Hills CA you may live, you can get expert assistance with all your plumbing needs from L.A. Master Plumbers. Call us for fast and effective repairs for slab leaks, clogged drains, broken fixtures, and more.