Archive for March 3, 2019

Do You Have Home Remodel Projects On The Mind

Written by Dave on . Posted in First floor renovation, Home remodeling contractors, Remodeling designers

Any homeowner knows that after a bit of time there are things in your home that require both updates and changes. If you are a homeowner who’s been considering re doing any portion of your house than perhaps it is time to take that thought to the next level and really bring out the home remodeling projects in you. Here are the top home remodeling projects that call for design build remodelers to come into your home and assist you with a home project that will make it so that your home is the place you’ve always dreamed of (at least until the next time you get tired of it).

Bathroom Remodels

A bathroom remodel is one of the most popular remodels that you could decide to take on when it comes to your home. Putting in that tub or shower that makes you want to stand or lay there under the stream for hours, to replacing that old toilet with a new look and brand new piping. The bathro

Choose The Right Foundation For Typical Weather

Written by Dave on . Posted in Foundation failure, San antonio foundation repair services

Texas is a very big place, so much so that just in Texas alone 60 different soil types exist within its borders. For those looking to build a foundation, it is imperative your location has had a soil analysis. It may seem strange at first but have you ever tried building on sand? It does not end well. Problematic soil types are a hazard for anyone wishing to set up shop at a location. Once a soil analysis has been done and an adequate soil type has been discovered, continue on with your foundation. Otherwise, foundation failures will result in foundation repairs.

So you have taken care of the soil analysis and now it is on to the foundation itself. While there are many foundations to choose from, we will focus primarily on pier and beam foundations and slab foundations.

What is a slab foundation? First, a hole is dug in the shape of your home’s foundation about a foot deep.