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Sacramento #1 Home Renovation Experts
Sacramento #1 Home Renovation Experts
We are the top-rated general contractor in Roseville, CA. Experts in home construction, renovation, additions, and whole-house remodels. Get a free estimate today.
Are you looking to spruce up your home with a remodeling project? Are you in need of an additional dwelling on your property? If your answer to any of these questions is yes, then you're in the right place.
Solid Construction & Design is the premier general contractor company in Roseville, California. We have years of construction experience designing, building, and renovating homes across Roseville and the Sacramento Metropolitan Area. We are family-owned and operated, with an emphasis on integrity, transparency, and respect.
We provide free, no-obligation estimates. Simply call us today or fill out our estimate form and we will come to you with everything needed to better understand your goals for your home. At Solid Construction & Design, we take the time to learn about your vision and we work with you to ensure that your dream is turned into a reality.
In our years in business, we have completed every sort of project imaginable - from small, intricate projects to complex and large-scale projects. You can count on our experience and know-how for a wide range of projects.
When it comes to new home construction, we have the right team. Our staff includes professional designers, engineers, and architects, meaning we take care of every facet of homebuilding. This includes design, framing, plumbing, insulation, electrical work, and much more.
Not only do we provide a free estimate for your construction project, but we will also provide you an estimated timeframe to completion. Generally, it takes around 6 to 12 months from start to finish, bearing in mind aspects like city ordinances, licensing, and topography.
The smart choice for your new home construction project is Solid Construction and Design. We help you get the most out of your budget and build a home that you will enjoy for years to come. Together, we will build the home you have always dreamed of.
There are a host of reasons why homeowners look to increase the size of their home. Whether it's growing families or new hobbies, adding one or several rooms to your home is an effective and increasingly popular means of increasing your space. When done right, not only does a home addition provide extra space but it adds value to your home and increases its aesthetic charm.
Another increasingly popular avenue homeowners take are ADUs (accessory dwelling units), which refers to a secondary house or apartment that shares the building lot of the original house. ADUs are an efficient use of existing space and are perfect for growing families or for having a dedicated space for hobbies or activities.
If you have extra space at the bottom of your garden, an ADU may be a perfect choice. We pride ourselves in handling every step of the construction process, from design and implementation to clean-up.
Whether you would like a new bathroom, kitchen, bedroom, new floors, or any other room in your house, Solid Construction and Design has the expertise to turn your vision into reality.
Modernizing your home helps create a more liveable environment for you and your families. Redesigning a particular room provides greater comfort, reduces the need for future maintenance, and optimizes your existing floor space. A home renovation allows you to personalize your living space to match your tastes, needs, and lifestyle.
Our team is here to take the stress out of home renovations. Our free 3D kitchen designs allow you to see exactly what your new kitchen would look like, helping you to tailor even the smallest details. We also help you with handling the building permits, plans, and inspection scheduling, taking the stress out of your renovation project.
Whole-house remodels are an excellent example of what Solid Construction and Design does best. A whole house remodel is a complex undertaking, requiring a range of expertise and teams, from demolition crews, designers, and architects, to plumbers, and electricians.
Our expertise and range of qualified staff ensure that, when you choose us, you're working with whole-house remodeling experts. Because your vision is central to our work, we keep you informed every step of the way.
The benefits of a whole-house remodel include creating a more comfortable and functional home for you and your family, lowering your energy costs, raising the value of your home, and reflecting modern design and architectural trends. It is our aim to exceed your remodeling expectations. Contact us today to discuss your projects and receive a free price estimate.
As a local, family-owned, and operated general contractor in Roseville, we understand the stresses that often arise when undertaking construction work at home. Whether it is a new build, a renovation, an addition, or remodeling, we are here to help you achieve your goals in a stress-free way.
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Our experienced and friendly team is here to work with you to realize your dream project. As the number one residential general contractor near you, you can put your project in safe hands us with.
Whatever you need for your home, Solid Construction and Design is the best general contractor in the business. Contact us today for a free consultation and price estimate.
The history of Roseville, California got its start as the result of the famous California Gold Rush when disgruntled potential gold miners relocated to begin farming next to the rich creek bottom lands that had been previously ignored from the mineral areas. These fearless pioneers established what was to become as the first families of Roseville. One of the first portions of the southwestern County of Placer to be established was the fertile rich lands of the District of Dry Creek.
A man named Martin Schellhous was one of the early white pioneers of the District of Dry Creek, who arrived in California with his wife and purchased a 240-acre ranch. Mr. Schellhous decided to raise some cattle after having purchasing a number of cattle from Michigan
Sometime later Mr. Schellhous expanded and diversified his agricultural investments and the he planted fields of grain, orchards, and vineyards on his land. Prior to him passing away in 1960, his youngest son named Earl recalled that their vineyards and apple orchard were some of the first in the western County of Placer. In 1873 Mr. Schellhous passed away when he was aged 54. His wife survived him by some 33 years, and died in 1906. Their children subdivided up the ranch and continued to farm the family property. The last of the surviving Schellhous boys was named Earl Schellhous who ran cattle on the old home ranch until he died. This made the Schellhous ranch one of the earliest ranches to operate continuously in the region at the time.
A man named Thomas Dudley was conducting in business in Sacramento. Mr. Dudley married a woman named Eleanor Stuart while he was in Sacramento and then engaged himself in the business of raising hogs. Mr. Dudley and his wife relocated to the District of Dry Creek in order to avoid some steep competition from other markets.
As the result of the over-abundance of acorns, hogs could be sold profitably for 0.25 cents a pound, which other shipping businesses in competition couldn’t match. In the District of Dry Creek Mr. Dudley bought Gifford Poor’s squatter claim for some $200 and then was awarded a government grant for an extra 320 acres. The size of the total ranch was some 710 acres by 1878. The first schoolhouse in Roseville was in a small barn on the Dudley ranch that was established in 1865.
However, in 1879, the family home was completely destroyed by fire. This tragic event was followed shortly thereafter with the death of Mr. Dudley. The ranch that was positioned next to Dry Creek continued to operate by the hands of two of his sons-in-laws, named Alvah Sprague and Robert Theile.
A man named Josiah Gould was another white settler who wanted to ranch the District of Dry Creek. In the early 1850’s, Mr. Gould traveled north to the District of Dry Creek and eventually established a ranch that extended through what would later be bounded by the Walerga Roads and Dry Creek.
Having established title to his original ranch properties, In1854, Mr. Gould brought his family to California from Pennsylvania via the overland route and started some 125 years of occupancy, uninterrupted. The backbone for the ranches during that time period proved to be livestock and grain prior to the time when wide-scale irrigation permitted for the growth of many different fruits such as grapes.
However, farming in a large scale isn’t practiced any longer on the Gould lands primarily because the majority of their once massive holdings have been sold off. These days, these are the locations where modern subdivisions have been built. Mr. Arthur Gould was the last man to vigorously farm the familial lands and, in 1881, he was born on the ranch that his family owned, and in 1976, he passed away there.
He worked continually as a gardener and a rancher for over some 70 years up to a few short months prior to his death. These days. A number of the Gould family members live in and around the Roseville region.
In 1855, which was the year after Mr. Josiah Gould arrived in Roseville, a man named Tobias Grider purchased some 640-acres of land that the government had owned where the railroad switching facilities in Roseville would later come to be located. In 1859, the California Central Railroad purchased the land that Mr. Grider had owned. This was when the Railroad was in the process of extending the iron railroad tracks between Lincoln and Folsom. In 1861, Mr. Girder came back to the local region after relocation to North San Juan, in the County of Nevada for some time. However, it wasn’t long before Mr. Girder left for southern California in 1862 where he spent the majority of the years that he had remaining. In 1886, he passes away in Downey, California.