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Sacramento #1 Home Renovation Experts
Sacramento #1 Home Renovation Experts
We are the top-rated general contractor in West Sacramento, 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 West Sacramento, California. We have years of construction experience designing, building, and renovating homes across West Sacramento 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 West Sacramento, 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.
West Sacramento, California in located in the County of Sacramento. In 2019 the population of West Sacramento was some 53,727 people which is an increase from the 39,200 people according to the 2000 census. There are many different things for visitors and their families to do, see, and enjoy in and around West Sacramento.
The I Street Bridge has two decks; one for railroad traffic and one for highway traffic, weighs more than seven million pounds, is some 363 feet long, and was constructed in 1911. In order to permit ships to access the Sacramento River, the swing-span bridge pivots some 90 degrees clockwise. Every day the bridge carries around 40 railroad trains and about 10,000 trucks and cars. The community of Sacramento is planning to reroute bicycle, bus, and automobile traffic as soon as 2017, onto a much more modern bridge upriver in coming years. However, even once the new bridge is constructed, railroad traffic will remain on the bridge. Located on the eastern side of the Sacramento River, just downstream of the bridge is an information board that states “Prisoner of the River,” which relates the vessel, LaGrange, which, until it sank in 1859, was a floating prison.
This wooden-framed tin-roofed building was constructed during the Gold Rush period in 1849. This building was the first purposely constructed theater in California. The playhouse is a small white structure that has canvas walls and was originally built some close by saloon owners. The purpose of this saloon was to provide entertainment for the many different gold miners who had flooded into Sacramento. It’s thought that the structure was made from the canvas and the timbers that were taken from ships that had been abandoned in San Francisco. In 1850, the original structure was actually destroyed by flooding although it was intended to be an everlasting building in this fast-growing and new community. In 1974, a replica of the building was reconstructed and it is located within the Old Sacramento Historic State Park. The building and its contents are as nearly original as possible, with only some minor changes. The replica of the floor of the uses asphalt while the floor in the 1849 building was simply beaten earth. The seating was made from wooden benches in the primary auditorium and is currently restricted to an audience of some 150 members, which has a capacity that is much smaller than used to be stuffed into the same space, apparently for safety reasons.
At one time Sacramento was once very disposed to flooding being some ten feet lower than it currently is. It isn’t any wonder then that in the middle 1800 residents were incensed and elevated the old Sacramento to higher elevations. Still at its original elevation is all but one small section.
There is a sunken courtyard in the California State Railroad Museum, which is located just across from the Old Sacramento tourist eating and shopping area. A sign on the railing that surrounds this ten-foot-deep depression specifies that the floor level of the courtyard is at the original level of Sacramento before the 1860’s. The owners of the multi-floor building in Sacramento and simply abandoned the ground floor and built raised sidewalks that were level with occurred on the first floor, after many incidents of serious flooding throughout the 1800’s, and the people who owned the Multi-Floor buildings in Sacramento after simply discarded the ground floors and raised the constructed level of the sidewalks so that they would be raised to just below the level of the new sidewalk, which effectively elevated the entire community,
The Old Sacramento region, which is located next to the Old Sacramento Historic State Park, which is comprised of numerous 1800’s style wooden buildings that have conventional wooden sidewalks. Although some of the original building still remains, many of the buildings are very convincing reproductions. Once rooms on the ground floor, these preserved structures still have very flood prone basements.
A somewhat large and looking it was somewhat a worn-out complex which somewhat smugly offers the inscribed label that says the Locomotive Works of Sacramento and which conceals hides an absolute treasure trove for anybody interested in industrial architecture that dates back to the 1800’s, heavy engineering, or railroads, heavy engineering is located next to the California State Railroad Museum in Sacramento
This historically important complex comes from small beginnings as the Central Pacific Railroad workshops, and it is frequently simply called the Shops. The lone remaining American railroad structures that were actually still around when the Central Pacific and Union Pacific met in 1869 are located within the Shops. Sometime later, the Southern Pacific Railroad used the Sacramento workshops for nearly 125 years.
The older building, which was constructed on massive redwood piles, in1867 is called the Machine Shop, and has undergone many different expansions several times to meet the requirements of the Shops. Although it isn’t owned, it is currently actively used by the State Railroad Museum and the building houses an enormous range of both diesel and steam locomotives, large machine tools, cabooses and wagons. The newer building, which is closest to the State Railroad Museum, was constructed in 1888 and is known as the Boiler Shop. It continues to be uses and was used for much of the heavier work in the locomotive maintenance and production process.