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Sacramento #1 Home Renovation Experts
Have you been looking around your home and wondering if it's time to consider remodeling? There are a variety of reasons people consider Wilton 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 Wilton home with design elements that include:
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!
Having pride in home and family stands strong and people seem to stay in their Wilton homes for a fairly long time. With that being said, we know Wilton 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 Wilton 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.
How would you like the feeling when walking into your Wilton 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 Wilton today. With our years of expertise in design and our home remodeling Wilton 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.
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 Wilton area Home. Any way you cut it, our Wilton home remodeling experts at Solid Construction & Design will help you incorporate those elements into your Wilton home design.
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.
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 Wilton 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 Wilton 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 Wilton home remodeling dream!
Wilton, California is located in the County of Sacramento. According to the census that was taken in 2010, the population of Wilton was some 5,363 people, which according to the census that was taken in 2000 was an increase of some 4,551 people.
The members of Wilton Rancheria are successors of the Penutian linguistic family who have been identified as being able to speak the Miwok dialect. These Native Indian tribe indigenous territory covers the County of Sacramento. The Tribe’s ancestors inhabited the lands that were located next to a path of massive destruction and death of the California Indian tribes caused by the American, Mexican, and Spanish slavery, disease, incursions, military and the violence accompany gold mining settlements and camps. From March 1851 through January 1852, some three commissioners quickly negotiated some eighteen treaties with representatives of some of the indigenous population in California.
The ancestors of the American Indian tribes were party to the treaty that was signed at the Forks of the Cosumnes. The lands on which the Wilton Rancheria in the County of Sacramento was established sometime later were ceded by the Treaty of the Forks of the Cosumnes River. However, a promise was made to establish a rancheria starting at the Cosumnes River, and beginning at a point on the Cosumnes river, on the westernmost line of the County, running eastward on the course some 25 miles and then running southward to its terminus, and then northward to the middle branch of the Cosumnes river, and then down the stream to the place where it all started; to have and keep the said district of county for the sole occupancy and use of said American Indian tribe forever.
The ancestors if the American Indian tribe arrived back from practically being wiped-out only to have their children taken away to boarding schools that stripped them of their indigenous culture and language further. Finally, in 1928 the USA purchased land to be entrusted to the Miwok people that were residing in the County of Sacramento. A tract of land of some 38,77 acres in Wilton, California was bought from the Cosumnes Company which officially developed the Wilton Rancheria. The U.S. Congress authorized the Rancheria Act, in 1958, which authorized the cessation of the federal trust responsibilities to include the 41 California American Indian tribe, which included the Wilton Rancheria. However, in 1964, the American Indian tribe lost its Federal Recognition.
During the 1970’s, the U.S. Congress reassessed their policy of cessation in favor of the self-determination of the American Indian tribe. In 1991, the surviving representatives of the Wilton Rancheria reestablished their American Indian tribe government and they then requested the U.S. to officially restore their federal recognition in 1999. A decision of a United States District Court Judge provided Wilton with Rancheria restoration, some 10 years later, which restored the American Indian tribe to a Federally Recognized American Indian tribe in 2009. Wilton Rancheria is also a federally recognized American Indian tribe. It stated that It had four branches of government that included the General Council, the Tribal-Court, the Tribal Council, and the Office of the Vice Chair and the Chair. The administration office for the American Indian tribe is located in the City of Elk Grove, in the County of Sacramento, California.
In 2017, the median age of a person living in Wilton was 46.9 years old. The population of Wilton was some 5,100 people. The median income for a household in Wilton was some $87,847. From early 2016 through late 2017, the population of Wilton increased to some 5,097 people from some 4,995 people, which represents a 2.04% increase. During that same time period, median income for a household increased to some $87,847 from some $86,856, which represents 1.14% increase. Of the population in Wilton, some 98.4% are American citizens. Some 2.43% are Asian Alone, some 21.9% are Latino or Hispanic, and some 71% are White Alone.
The homeownership rate in Wilton is some 78.9% and the median value of property in Wilton is some $517,800, Most people in Wilton drive alone to commute to work. Some 37,4 minutes is the average commute time to work. Wilton employs some 2,340 people. The largest industries in Wilton are construction employing some 265 residents; Retail Trade employing some 274 residents, and; Public Administration employing some 352 residents. The highest paying industries include Utilities at an employment cost of some $83,889; Insurance and Finance at an employment cost of some $85,132, and; Information Management for an employment cost of some $130,313.
The median income for a household in Wilton is some $87,847. In Wilton, Males have a median income that is some 1.26 times higher than the median income of females, which is some $57,252. This income inequality in Wilton is some 0.5, which is higher than the national average. The median annual income for households in Wilton is some $87,847, which is more than the median annual income across the entire United States of some $60,335. This is in comparison to a median income in 2016 of some $86,856. which represents 1.14% of the annual growth.