Issac Velasquez is a founder and CEO of Highland Development Enterprise, Inc. A seasoned investor, he has years of experience in all areas of the real estate field and now, in the residential and commercial building industry.
CFO / Project Engineer
BJ Kim is a project engineer, founding partner and CFO with Highland Development Enterprise, Inc. BJ holds a degree in civil engineering and has extensive experience in project management, engineering and design, and beyond.
Armando Hinojos is the chairman and founding partner at Highland Development Enterprise, Inc. Armando has many years of experience in the real estate and investing industry. He enjoys working with and giving back to clients.
Francisco J. Rendon
Francisco J. Rendon is a project manager with Highland Development Enterprise, Inc. He has over 15 years of experience in areas such as scheduling, budgeting, on-site project management, quality control oversight and more.
Highland Development Enterprise, Inc. maintains an emphasis on client satisfaction, communication, quality work and transparency from start to finish. To keep our clients informed about the progress on their project, we offer regular written updates, photographs and videos from the work site. Our team provides updates via our Realflow client portal and here via our website's current projects section.
5 Signs of a Plumbing Problem
Is your home or business slowly falling victim to serious damage? In today's article from the Southern California HVAC and building contractors at Highland Development Enterprise, Inc., we'll explore how to spot the signs of plumbing problems which can result in serious water damage, especially over time!
Is Your Water Bill Growing, Despite Regular Usage?
The first sign of a serious plumbing problem is sometimes found in your water bill. Even a small leak can have a significant impact over time, resulting in a noticeable increase in your water usage. A more major issue can result in an even greater jump.
Therefore, monitor your water bill and if you observe unexplained jumps in usage, consider calling in a plumber to take a closer look.
You could also observe unexplained changes in water pressure. If these changes occur suddenly, this can be indicative of a major plumbing problem, perhaps in another region of the building.