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Sacramento #1 Home Renovation Experts

Give Us A Call Today!
(916) 260-2066

Roseville Home Remodeling Made Simple with Help from Solid Construction & Design

Kitchen Remodeling Roseville, CA

Full-service, start to finish Roseville kitchen remodeling experts. From high-end luxury kitchens to small compact city kitchens, we can do it all.

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Home Remodeling Contractor Roseville

Have you been looking around your home and wondering if it's time to consider remodeling? There are a variety of reasons people consider Roseville home remodel. If wear and tear is the issue, then remodeling becomes an unavoidable necessity. However, many people seek to makeover their home simply because they recognize that their living space is an extension of themselves.

We will breathe new life into your Roseville home with design elements that include:

  • Kitchen Remodeling
  • Bathroom Remodeling
  • General contractor services
  • Granite Countertops
  • Quartz Countertops
  • Remodeling of your entire home
  • Roofing
  • Exterior Services
  • Home and Room Additions

Call us now for your free Roseville home remodeling estimate at (916) 260-2066.

Free Estimate On Your Next Roseville Home Remodeling Project

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. Kitchen cabinets, countertops, shower remodel, new hardwood flooring or maybe the addition of a porch can give your home a new lease on life. Contact Solid Construction & Design 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!

Reputable, Family-Owned Roseville Home Remodeling Company

Having pride in home and family stands strong and people seem to stay in their Roseville homes for a fairly long time. With that being said, we know Roseville remodeling will occur somewhere along the line of owning their home. We at Solid Construction & Design look forward to your call once you decide you want Roseville bathroom remodeling services. We know what it takes to make a customer’s remodeling dream a reality. We will ask you all the right questions to make sure we design what you truly desire.

Experienced Roseville Kitchen & Home Remodeling Experts

How would you like the feeling when walking into your Roseville home kitchen that you were at the heart of your home? When the activity in your home picks up momentum, do you have everything in the kitchen to take care of your family’s needs? Let us help you design a floor plan that will make it convenient for your family-- whether it’s for quick cup of coffee, a snack, or if you plan on entering guests. If you can’t make your family comfortable at home, then you need to contact us to see how we can help with remodeling your kitchen in Roseville today. With our years of expertise in design and our home remodeling Roseville experience, we can help you manage that issue and even have fun while we're remodeling. New floors, cabinets, floor plans, lighting, appliances, color, fixtures for your home, you name it we work with it.

Creating Beautiful Roseville Home Designs

Do you want your bathtub to make you feel like you can escape and relax for a bit? Is your bathroom a bit outdated? Some simple but effective changes can make the answers to those questions quite appealing. Maybe you just need a change of color, flooring, or sink, toilet and tub need an upgrade. Any way you cut it we have the contractors to do the job just for you. We will help you select everything to make the room functional and the décor pleasing. Maybe it’s time for a walk-in tub, a scaled down shower or a glorious spa tub for your Roseville area Home. Any way you cut it, our Roseville home remodeling experts at Solid Construction & Design will help you incorporate those elements into your Roseville home design.

Full-Service Design Build Home Improvement & Home Renovation

You may not have noticed your windows are not sealing as tight as they were before or your doors are losing heat or air conditioning as they are not as structurally sound as they could be in your home. Contact the professionals at Solid Construction & Design. We have windows and doors that will enhance your home. Does your home need news siding or painting? We have many options for you to choose from. In siding alone, we have vinyl, fiber cement siding, and wood as a few options. Our specialists are there to take care of all your contracting needs. Call Solid Construction & Design today to schedule a free in-home estimate. We are there to answer all your remodeling questions and provide you with superior quality contractors who know how to make your project a success.

Enhancing Your Roseville Home’s Curbside Appeal

Does your curb side view make you stop and smile when you look at your home? If not, we can help with any of your exterior home changes as well. Our staff at Solid Construction & Design will provide you with a staff of experienced contractors to do change your windows, doors, put on new siding, paint your Roseville home or apply a new roof. We can help you explore different options for siding including vinyl, Crane Board or fiber cement siding, and we’ll explain the differences between the product so you can decide what’s best for you.

Whatever you decide we can make your home renovation project dream come true. We have years of Roseville kitchen and bathroom remodeling experience. Plus, we listen to your home renovation needs. Our work is done with quality in mind and excellent customer service and customer satisfaction is our goal. Contact Solid Construction & Design today and let’s build your Roseville home remodeling dream!

About Roseville

There was a land that encompassed long miles of waving grassland long before there was a Roseville, California or a railroad. There were protective canopies for blankets of wild flowers that were provided by towering seas of grass and thick groves of valley oak trees. Purple owl’s clover, lupine, and monkey flowers merged with the darker colors of brodiaeas, lilies, buttercups, poppies, and golden poppies. At one time the area in and around what is currently known as Roseville was certainly beautiful.

Next to the shady banks wild roses grew with their subtle shades that add to the montage of color in the many sparkling streams meandered through this beautiful countryside around what is currently known as Roseville. Wild game that included California grizzly bears, Tule elk, antelope and deer wandered through while game birds such as California quail frequented the brush lands and thickets. These days, there only a few signs of that this wonderland remains.

Other accounts weren’t as flattering, especially when the green grasses turned brown during summer months under the unyielding California sun. This was considerably different as opposed to the lands east of the Mississippi River where rich harvests were brought on by the summer rains. Conversely, the broad plains of the inland valleys in California around what is currently known as Roseville were cracked and seared by the 100-degrre heat and the summer droughts. For many people the myth of the California desert would be around in the Roseville area for some time.

Native Indians had inhabited this area long before the first white settles invaded this unspoiled paradise. More than some 300,000 people, that were divided into seven linguistic families that encompassed between 64 and 80 different languages, inhabited this region of California. One of these inhabitants was the Maidu Indian tribe, whose territory included the large valley area that extended between the edge of the Sierra Nevada Mountain Range to the Sacramento River. The southern Maidu, also called Nishinam or Nisenan held the entire Yuba, Bear, and American rivers’ drainage systems.

The development of many different Maidu villages in the Roseville area was encouraged by the abundance of animals and plants. One important Maidu hub of activity was next to the banks of Strap Ravine, which is located just east of what is currently known as downtown Roseville, on property that sometime later became a portion of the Johnson Ranch. Indication of their presence still remains in the bedrock mortars where they used stone pestles to grind acorns with stone pestles. Ceremonial markings known as petroglyphs still remain on the large boulders located on the Maidu Historic Site.

Another Maidu village locate in the Roseville area is located next to the Dry Creek along the old Enwood gravel pit that extend downstream to the location of the Lincoln Estates subdivision is currently located. In 1964, significant excitement was evident when some contractors discovered some indications of the Maidu culture. Both professional and amateur archaeologists alike arrived in the area in large numbers to look for ancient artifacts.

Community leaders such as Dorothy and Myron McIntyre, who had previously donated some creekside property for what is currently known as Lincoln Estates Park, an in 1998, donated an additional 15 acres. Some 100 of those acres are to be preserved forevermore as a passive open park area, while four of those acres are to be used for an extension of Lincoln Estates Park.

Another primary Maidu region that was amassed next to the along Dry Creek that is located just west of what is currently known as Riverside Avenue, extended to the current railroad tracks. A man named Thomas Dudley, who was one of the earliest white pioneers in the region recalled paying the chief of a close by Indian tribe a 50-pound sack of flour for surrendering his claims to lands that had been staked out here.

Many oak trees grew in the region that provided a Maidu Indian tribe a food staple, which was acorns. In order to get rid of the acorn’s bitter taste the acorns would be leached and ground, and eaten plain and mixed with dried salmon, grasshoppers, or berries or else they would be cooked in a water-tight basket. Shoots, leaves, nuts, seeds, and roots were stored for year-round use for material goods, medicines and food. Small wildlife, fish from steams in the region, geese, ducks, quail, ground squirrels, and rabbits were also a portion of the Maidu diet.

Miners, disease, miners and pioneers forcibly removed or killed many of the Maidu from their normal homelands. These days, many descendants of the Maidu Indian tribe still live in the County of Placer and celebrate their traditions and heritage that helped them endure this cultural offensive.

Roseville, California has a bright future and a rich history. The community of Roseville is a wonderful place to live, work, play, visit and raise a family.