GMR International Equipment 18436 Bandilier Cir, Fountain Valley, CA92708 Based in Fountain Valley, GMR International Equipment provides interior and industrial fire protection equipment for…More clients worldwide. The company offers cabinets, hose equipment, standpipe brass, testing equipment and more. It serves office buildings, petrochemical plants, hotels, warehouses and hospitals.
Tom Ferraro Insurance 18892 Brookhurst St, Fountain Valley, CA92708 This is a State Farm Insurance agency operated by Tom Ferraro. The office sells automobile, life, home and business…More insurance, and offers financial protection against fire and other natural disasters.
South Bay Masonry is a construction company. Its services include retaining wall construction, driveways,…More cobblestone walkways, brick walkways, outdoor kitchens, BBQ/fire pits and masonry repairs. It also provides resurfacing of patios, pool decks, walkways and driveways.
Bartwood Construction 10840 Talbert Ave, Fountain Valley, CA92708 Bartwood Construction specializes in insurance restoration services. It covers fire, wind, structural and water damage,…More and its services include property cleaning, furniture repair and home deodorization. It also manages board-ups, on-site storage and painting. Please see its website for a gallery of previous work.
Stone Fire Grill 18727 Brookhurst St, Fountain Valley, CA92708 Stone Fire Grill specializes in grilled chicken, ribs, tri-tip steaks and salmon. The restaurant has an elegant interior…More as well as a patio area for customers who want to enjoy eating outdoors. The menu includes salads, sandwiches, sides, pasta, pizza and desserts, and a separate menu for wines. Catering services are also available and there is a side entrance with a waiting area for take-out orders.
Yaqui's Tacos 17870 Newhope St, Fountain Valley, CA92708 Yaqui's Tacos has been serving what some call "the best tacos in Orange County" since 1994. The owner lived in Baja…More California and noticed the popularity of carne asada, or marinated steak, and decided to make it his own in Southern California. The carne asada is fire-grilled in an oakwood grill, and the restaurant has traditional Mexican fare such as tacos, burritos and nachos. The store offers single servings or carry-out for groups of five to 50 people. The concept is a combination of multiple Baja California cuisines.