HVAC Contractor – Grand Terrace, California

Anthem Heating & Air Conditioning


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(760) 895-2621


Anthem Air Conditioning is a family-owned and managed company with over 20 years of combined experience in the field of heating and air conditioning services. We provide affordable and dependable performance for all of our HVAC installations and equipment.

We’re the experts to call when it comes to making your home more energy-efficient and saving you money.

We’ve worked on a variety of commercial and residential projects. We give the greatest return for your investment since we keep our end of the bargain.

Our HVAC experts are skilled, courteous, punctual, clean, and qualified to install any system that is safe for your family.

Anthem Heating & Air Conditioning can fulfill all of your indoor comfort needs while still offering individual care.

We are dedicated to giving you the greatest alternatives accessible for your property or business.

We’re a business with specialists that know how to deliver the goods you require for your project. We’ve established ourselves as experts in this industry because we do the task correctly the first time.



I have never been so glad to have signed up for this service. They arrived earlier than they stated and they were very pleasant. Determined the problem quickly and in this heat got our house cooling very quickly. Thank you very much!!!
? Deb D.


About Grand Terrace, California

The city of Grand Terrace, California, is located 5 miles south of San Bernardino in San Bernardino county and 7 miles northeast of Riverside in California. The inhabitants of the city are part of the Riverside-San Bernardino metropolitan region.

The Blue Mountain City is located in San Bernardino County on the I-215 corridor, and it’s strategically positioned between the cities of Riverside and San Bernardino.


I-215, which will significantly enhance Grand Terrace’s access to the Southern California freeway network, is undergoing significant upgrades.

Grand Terrace, founded in 1978, has a population of 12,315 people and is recognized for its high quality of life with a laid-back small-town feel as well as peaceful neighborhoods, clean streets, high-performing public schools, and a safe community atmosphere.

Grand Terrace History

The Terrace’s history starts in Mexican land grants from the years between 1830 and 1840. Mormon settlers followed shortly after, coming to the San Bernardino Valley during the 1850s.

In 1876, there were only nine structures in the Terrace-Colton region, according to the Riverside Press. The area was originally known simply as “the Terrace,” but around 1898, the term “Grand” was appended due to the breathtaking views that surround the city.

This city was founded in the early 1900s by a man named Joe Marcell, who had been active in real estate and citrus farming. Soon after then, it became an agricultural community. In 1978, Grand Terrace was incorporated as a city, with Tony Petta becoming the first mayor.

In 1905, Seventh-day Adventists, who had established a medical university in nearby Loma Linda the previous year, moved into the region. During the Southern California suburbia and sunbelt eras at the end of the twentieth century, Grand Terrace “South Colton” grew and developed considerably.

The construction of the Gage Canal brought Grand Terrace, or East Riverside, to reality.

The Santa Ana River marshlands below The Terrace supplied water for the 22-1/2-mile canal, which cost $2 million to build. Grand Terrace quickly developed into an agricultural neighborhood with high-quality citrus because of the abundant irrigation water.

The following year, the severe “freeze” of 1913 damaged many groves. Peaches were subsequently grown as a quick-profit crop alongside walnuts, which are a more hardy species.

Things To Do In Grand Terrace


Attractions near the Grand Terrace and Nearby

  • Grand Terrace Park.
  • UCR/ California Museum of Photography.
  • California Citrus State Historic Park.
  • AB Brown Sports Complex.

The Blue Mountain City is another name for the Grand Terrace, which has a stunning array of scenery. In addition, the city also contains a variety of other leisure activities including parks and playgrounds, rose gardens, picnic areas, soccer fields, and basketball courts.

Grand Terrace Transportation

San Bernardino International Airport is nearby.

Grand Terrace Higher Education

The nearby college is San Bernardino Valley College.


The following are just some of the positive attributes Grand Terrace presents:

  • Grand Terrace has a high disposable income, with Grand Terrace County having the sixth-highest Median Household Income in San Bernardino County at $69,080 (which is greater than Ontario and San Bernardino as well as neighboring cities of Colton, Loma Linda, and Riverside).
  • The gorgeous, secure, and clean communities in The Grand Terrace are known for their charm, seclusion, and spacious lots. They have a wide range of housing available at an affordable price.
  • Grand Terrace’s public schools are highly successful, with Grand Terrace Elementary being designated as a California Distinguished School.
  • Grand Terrace, California is home to 46,622 people. 25% of Grand Terrace inhabitants have a bachelor’s degree or higher, while 87 percent have a high school diploma or above.
  • The area has been praised by Money Magazine as one of the Top 100 Best Places to Live.
  • In May 2014, the Grand Terrace City Council approved a Strategic Plan to aid in the management of the city from 2014 to 2020. The city’s major objectives are outlined in its Strategic Plan, which emphasizes economic development and attracting new businesses to settle in the town.


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Driving Directions from Grand Terrace, CA

Anthem Air Conditioning, 393 W La Cadena Dr, Riverside, CA 92501 Phone:(951)981-2621 Hours of Operation: Monday – Friday 8 AM – 6 PM
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Grand Terrace,  California

Head west on Barton Rd 0.7 mi

At the traffic circle, take the 1st exit onto the I-215 S ramp 0.3 mi

Merge onto I-215 S 1.4 mi

Take exit 36 toward Center St/Highgrove 0.1 mi

Turn left onto W La Cadena Dr 89 ft

Turn right 56 ft

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393 W La Cadena Dr, Riverside, CA 92501

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