Independent Press-Telegram from Long Beach, California on July 9, 1961 · Page 60
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Independent Press-Telegram from Long Beach, California · Page 60

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Sunday, July 9, 1961
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Choose MaimFiicluruil ami il ana Buiic Aluminum Patio Covers KECADSK Likens are craftsmen in this field. They design each patio cover with the architectual plan of the house in mind. Likens use only the finest aluminum on posts and understructures. No steel here. They know that steel and aluminum do not blend in beach areas. Likens always show the customer car-samples of what he is going to receive. They expose to him the city building department's approved plan. Likens can guarantee that their Patio covers will withstand a 20-Ib. per sq. foot live load because they build according to these specifications. It is because of LIKENS strict adherence to ethical business practices that Continental Casualty gives a 5-year bonded guarantee with every Liken- designed and constructed FLEXALUM aluminum awning and patio cover. During the past two years when labor and material costs have zoomed, Likens have held the price. One of the reasons why their hundreds of customers always say . . . "TJIE l*itiCE IS find such cotiretiienl terms" Free Estimates Gladly Given I^P ^«J ANY TIME ANY DAY 3700 E. 7th STREET, LONG BEACH Photograph*, hcLv, .«/·««/ 4 of the /rJ/iWiW lypct of oCihen-JcAignctt Patio Covei-6 on local h omes This curved paJio cover on ibis Bixby Kno//s home is Ihe talk ol /he neighborhood The daughters love this screened-in patio on their Rossmoor home. // is a lamily joy. Colorlul planters add charm /o )he dislj'ncfive pa(io wi/h aluminum cover on the lakewood Village home Likens were colled in by Ihe contractor to design the difficult by-lht-pooi job. Owners are delighted Ahimimiin A w n i n g s It ^''ft""? 'i M ^ Screen Enclosures Conienl \\Ork Brick Planter*

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