Welcome to Hami Construction Inc., where your vision becomes reality. As the premier accessory dwelling unit contractor in West Hills, CA, we are committed to transforming properties in Los Angeles County into stunning living spaces. Our expert team is ready to turn your ADU dreams into a tangible masterpiece. Contact us today at 424-484-6360 to embark on your ADU journey, and let’s make your property shine. Your dream ADU is just a click or call away!
If you’re considering an ADU construction project in West Hills, CA, you’re in the right place. At Hami Construction Inc., we specialize in transforming your property into a functional and stylish living space. As the premier backyard cottage builder and accessory dwelling unit contractor in Los Angeles County, we take pride in offering top-notch services tailored to your specific needs. Here’s how we can help with your project.
Our team of seasoned professionals has extensive experience in ADU construction. Whether you’re interested in a garage conversion, a detached ADU, or a tiny home construction, we’ve got you covered. Our expertise extends to granny flat construction, in-law suite additions, and guest house building, ensuring your project is in capable hands.
Planning an ADU project can be overwhelming, but our experts simplify the process. We handle all aspects of ADU design and planning, from obtaining necessary permits to optimizing space utilization. With our guidance, you’ll have a clear blueprint for your project’s success.
At Hami Construction Inc., we understand that a well-managed project is essential for timely completion. We pride ourselves on efficient project management that keeps your budget and timeline on track. Our goal is to minimize disruptions while delivering high-quality results.
Adding a second unit to your property is a significant investment, and you need a contractor who can deliver. We specialize in second-unit construction, ensuring that your new living space seamlessly integrates with your existing West Hills, CA property while adhering to local building codes.
With our in-depth knowledge of Los Angeles County, we can navigate local regulations and zoning requirements with ease. This local expertise ensures a smoother ADU construction process, allowing you to focus on the excitement of your project.
Transforming your Los Angeles County property with an accessory dwelling unit has never been easier. Contact Hami Construction Inc. today at 424-484-6360 to discuss your project in West Hills, CA. Let us bring your ADU dreams to life while streamlining the entire process. Whether it’s a garage conversion, a granny flat, or any other type of ADU construction, we have the expertise to make it a reality. Trust Hami Construction Inc. for all your accessory dwelling unit needs.
The present day West Hills area was the homeland of Native Americans in the Tongva-Fernandeño and Chumash-Venturaño tribes, that lived in the Simi Hills and close to Bell Creek and other local tributaries to the Los Angeles River. Native American civilizations had inhabited the San Fernando Valley for an estimated 8,000 years. The village, Hu’wam, of the Chumash-Venturaños, was located at the base of Escorpión Peak (Castle Peak) near present-day Bell Canyon Park. It was a meeting and trading point for them with the Tongva-Fernandeño and Tataviam-Fernandeño people. A cave near Hu’wam, known as the Cave of Munits, is the believed home of a mythical Chumash shaman named Munits, who was killed by an eagle after murdering the son of a Chumash chief. Escorpión Peak is one of nine alignment points in the ancestral Chumash homelands, believed essential to maintaining the balance of the natural world.
From 1797 to 1846, the area (future West Hills) was part of Mission San Fernando Rey de España (Mission San Fernando). After Mexico won independence from Spain, it later became part of Rancho Ex-Mission San Fernando in Alta California. In 1845, a separate land grant for Rancho El Escorpión was issued by Governor Pío Pico to three Chumash people: Odón Eusebia, Urbano, and Urbano’s son Mañuel. It encompassed the land west of present-day Woodlake Avenue in West Hills, with its adobe ranch buildings (present 1840s-1960s) sited beside Bell Creek near present-day Bell Canyon Park.
California was admitted to the United States in 1850, with Spanish and Mexican land grants requiring a federal land patent to retain ownership. The United States Public Land Commission patented the Rancho to original grantees Odón Eusebia, Urbano, and Mañuel in 1876. In 1912 the Chumash heirs sold Rancho El Escorpión to George Platt. He established a dairy operation on renamed Platt Ranch variously called Ferndale, ‘escorpion,’ or Cloverdale Dairy. The Rancho El Escorpión-Platt Ranch was not incorporated into Los Angeles and its water system until 1958 and was left undeveloped until 1961.Learn more about West Hills.