HVAC Contractor Rubidoux, California

Anthem Heating & Air Conditioning


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(760) 895-2621


Anthem Air Conditioning is your destination for all heating and cooling needs, here in the INLAND EMPIRE. We’re locally owned and operated, with over 20 years of combined experience in Air conditioning and HVAC Services. We offer affordable and reliable performance for all of our AC installations and equipment.

When it comes to making your home more energy-efficient and saving you money, we’re the professionals to call!

We are experienced with commercial and residential construction. We offer the best value with reliable performance.

Our qualified HVAC technicians are experienced, friendly, show up clean and on time, have competitive pricing, and are fully licensed to provide any system that’s right for your home.

Anthem Heating and Air Conditioning is large enough to take care of all your indoor comfort needs and small enough to give you the attention you deserve.

We are dedicated to providing the best possible solutions for your home or business.

You can count on us to provide you with a system and solution that fits your unique needs and since we’ve installed many systems in this area, we’ve earned a reputation for doing the job right 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 Rubidoux, California

Rubidoux was a census-designated place and unincorporated community in Riverside County, California, until July 1, 2011, when it became part of the city of Jurupa Valley.

The city is part of Southern California’s Inland Empire region, which is part of the Greater Los Angeles Area.

Rubidoux, like the rest of Jurupa Valley, has seen its fortunes change over time. Rubidoux used to be a rural area of quarries and dairy farms in the middle to late 20th century before becoming part of the larger areas around Los Angeles and San Diego. The population was 34,280 people as of the 2010 census

The Rubidoux region is located immediately west of the city of Riverside, along the Santa Ana River, and Mount Rubidoux, a prominent landmark for the area.

Rubidoux is served by two highways, California State Route 71 to the east and Highway 92 to the west. The city also has a minor airport: Flabob Airport, which features a 3,200-foot (980 m) runway. California State Route 60 runs through Rubidoux.

The name of the neighborhood honors Louis Robidoux, who came to settle there in 1843. Louis was born in French Canada and emigrated with his family from Quebec to St. Louis, Missouri, where he became interested in the fur trade and evolved it into a family business.

After 1803, when St. Louis officially became a part of the United States, Pierre Robidoux and his brothers were granted US citizenship. Robidoux was also a naturalized Mexican who had served as Alcalde of Santa Fe, New Mexico.

The town of Rubidoux is located on the former Robidoux family estate, Rancho Jurupa. The current spelling of the surname Rubidoux was adopted by descendants of Robidoux.

Mount Rubidoux

The summit of Mount Rubidoux is a city park and landmark in Riverside, California, United States.

The mountain is the site of the oldest outdoor non-denominational Easter sunrise service in the United States, as well as several historic markers and memorials.

The cross at the top dedicated to Father Junipero Serra is among them, as are several other illustrious visitors including George Washington and John Wayne.

After the cross attracted a possible lawsuit, the city decided to sell it at auction to a non-profit organization, half of Mt. Rubidoux is controlled by the City of Riverside, while 0.43 acres at the peak is owned by Rivers & Lands Conservancy.

The City of Jurupa Valley’s Rubidoux neighborhood begins at the base of Mount Rubidoux and runs along the bank of the Santa Ana River, which separates Riverside from the city of Jurupa Valley.

After purchasing a section of the Rancho Jurupa from Benjamin Davis Wilson, the city’s second elected mayor, Louis Rubidoux named it for himself in 1847. It was called Rancho Rubidoux until after World War I, when The Los Angeles Times described it as “mountainous and inaccessible.

We also serve the area of Rialto. Find out more by visiting this link

Driving Directions from Rubidoux, CA

Anthem Air Conditioning, 393 W La Cadena Dr, Riverside, CA 92501


Hours of Operation: Monday – Friday 8 AM – 6 PM

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Riverside, CA

Take Rubidoux Blvd and CA-60 E to Strong St in Riverside

8 min (3.8 mi)

Head northeast on Riverview Dr toward 42nd St

0.3 mi

Turn right onto Mission Blvd

0.4 mi

Use the left 2 lanes to turn left onto Rubidoux Blvd

0.6 mi

Turn right onto Frontage Rd

0.2 mi

Take the ramp onto CA-60 E

1.9 mi

Take exit 52B for Main St

0.2 mi

Turn left onto Main St

0.3 mi

Turn right onto Strong St

1 min (0.5 mi)

Strong St turns left and becomes W La Cadena Dr

3 min (1.4 mi)

Turn left

7 s (56 ft)

Anthem Air Conditioning - Riverside

393 W La Cadena Dr, Riverside, CA 92501

Directions From Rubidoux to Rialto