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If you have questions about what windows are right for you, give us a call and a sales manager will be happy to answer your questions and assist you in any way possible.
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When you drive up to a home and it isn’t aesthetically pleasing, your eye has a tendency to look away to more attractive looking homes. There is no reason why your home should not be one of the most appealing homes in your neighborhood. Sometimes a simple change of a door can change the whole image of your home. Siding, countertops, windows, doors, pavers or maybe the addition of a porch can give your home a new lease on life. Contact GVD Renovations today and work with our professional contractor's to see what options await you to make your home stand out in your neighborhood. Don’t hesitate to call us today for your free in-home estimate!
Although the majority of the growth in the community has occurred during within the last 30 years, the community has a long history. In 1864, Rocklin was first known as a destination next to the transcontinental railroad. Granite mining started at about that same time. The year 1893 brought the incorporation of Rocklin during the heyday of the granite mining activity and the railroad. There were 22 quarries operating in Rocklin by 1910, and almost 2,000 train carloads of granite left the community to become part of the buildings in San Francisco and building of the state capitol in Sacramento in 1912.
Established by the Whitney family in 1855 was the Spring Valley Ranch, located just north of the center of Rocklin. The ranch that the Whitneyís owned included many different agricultural products as well as sheep. Currently considered the first developed in Rocklin, there was housing for 200 ranch hands and their families, barns, stables, granite bridges, and 25 miles crushed stone roads that were all constructed on this sprawling 30,000 acres over the years.
Eventually, the Whitney ranch was sold off to many different developmental interests and subdivided as the expansion of suburban communities to the northeast and Sacramento to resulted in the growth of the housing market in Rocklin between the late 1950ís and the early 1960ís. The Sunset Whitney neighborhood that is centered on a beautiful golf course was the result of this development.
The community of Rocklin understood the advantages of land that attracted industries, such as high tech companies as well as the lower cost of living to the area, starting in the 1980ís. The result was the expansion of residential and commercial development, which included the 3,000 master planned community that had been a portion of the Spring Valley Ranch, known as the Stanford Ranch. Additional master planned communities, such as the Whitney Ranch and Whitney Oaks have spurred a continuing period of growth in Rocklin.
As the community has evolved as the community of Rocklin has evolved, many designated parks that included the original bridges were used to cross in the Spring Valley Ranch as well as the designated parks.
The leaders of the community began focusing on some large, undeveloped parcels of land that didnít have any chance of being annexed as the growth stage of Rocklin came to a close. Rocklin would have to focus on the higher quality of life that could be achieved in the community during the years to follow. During these following years, this high quality of life would have to be sustainable. This shift in focus provides new thinking, new ways of doing things, and new opportunities.
The core of the community is part of the long term model for sustainability. Historic Rocklin and the downtown area full of opportunities for redevelopment. There are still quarries throughout the region that provide a unique asset for new recreational, park, and community uses.
Rocklin is located in Placer County. In 2012, the population of Rocklin was 59,030, which represented a 62.5% increase in the population of Rocklin since 2000. There are 28,454 people of 48.2% of the population of Rocklin who are male and 30,576 people or 51.8% of the population of Rocklin who are female. The median age of the residents of Rocklin is 36.7 years old, as compared to the median age of the residents of the state of California of 32.1 years old.
In 2012, the approximate median income for a household in Rocklin was $72,788, as compared to $64,737 in 2000, and as compared to the approximate median income for a household in the state of California of $58,328. In 2012, the approximate income per capita was $32,928. In 2012, the approximate value of a house or condo in Rocklin was $299,777 as compared to $208,600 in 2000, and as compared to the approximate value of a house or condo in the state of California of $349,400. In 2011, the mean cost of all housing units was $355,817, of detached houses was $374,537, of townhouses or other attached units was $164,558, of structures with three to four units was $334,835, of structures with five or more units was $179,264, and of mobile homes was $46,937. In 2012, the median gross rent was $1,296.
Of the population of Rocklin, 42,270 people, or 74.1% of that population are White, 6,971 people, or 12,2% of that population are Hispanic, 4,438 people, or 7.8% of that population are Asian, 1,990 people, or 3.5% of that population are two or more races, 822 people, or 1.4% of that population are Black, 415 people, or 0.7% of that population are Native Indian, 81 people, or 0.1% of that population are other races, and 26 people, or 0.05% of that population are Native Hawaiian or other Pacific Islanders.
For the population of Rocklin who are 25 years old or older, 94.9% have a high school education or greater, 40.9% have a Bachelorís degree or greater, 11.8% have a Graduate or professional degree, and 9.1% are unemployed. The mean time to commute to works is 25.5 minutes.
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