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If you are looking for a quality Houston Commercial contractor, there is no one better to turn to than RJT Construction. We are Houston’s go-to commercial contractor company with more than a decade of experience. Choosing the right Commercial contractor is a big responsibility. There is a lot that goes into picking a commercial contractor. In today’s post, we will discuss four questions you should ask your commercial contractor. Read on to learn more and reach out today!

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If you are looking for a contractor to handle your roofing services, you’ve come to the right place. RJT Construction is Houston’s go-to company for roofing services. Whether you need roofing services for your home or business, we provide the best possible service and the highest quality of work. In today’s post, we will discuss four reasons to choose us for your roofing services. Read on to learn more and contact us today to get started!

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When you’re looking for a general contractor to help you bring your construction project vision to life, you don’t want to choose just anyone. From finding the team that has the right expertise to ensuring that you’re not liable if anything goes wrong with your project’s work, choosing the right general contractor can make a big difference in your construction experience. Here are four tips and things to consider when choosing a general contractor for your commercial construction project.

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At RJT Construction, we work to provide the best quality construction services to every client we work with. With both commercial and residential construction projects, we handle everything in-house, we are fully insured and we’re proud to have worked with well-known commercial companies in the past. Whether your team needs roofing, concrete, or a custom build, we’re your source for high-quality work. Read more about four of our commercial construction services here and contact us to get started today!

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When it comes to your commercial construction project, you want to be sure that you’re getting quality work from the ground up, and that means working with experts in dirt and site work to lay the best foundation (both literally and figuratively) for your project! At RJT Construction, we’re here to help with dirt and site work services, and we specialize in the following four. Learn more about dirt and site work from our team and get started by contacting us today!

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Choosing a commercial general contractor for your construction project is not always an easy task. With all kinds of companies out there to choose from, it can be overwhelming to figure out which company to choose and which team to trust with your construction project. At RJT Construction, we’re here to help clients like you with tips on how to choose the right commercial general contractor for your project!

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When it comes to successfully completing a residential or commercial construction project, the company you choose to partner with is of the utmost importance.

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Before you hire a general contractor, there are a few questions you should ask them. At RJT Construction, we wanted to provide some tips regarding what you should be asking contractors during the interview stage of starting a building project. Read on to learn more!

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When you’re considering who to hire to build your commercial space, it’s important to choose the right company. There are a few questions you can ask yourself and any potential companies, to make sure that you’re making the right choice. RJT Construction knows that it’s important to be reliable and skillful, but there are so many more qualities to look for.

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Home improvement can quickly ruin anyone’s budget, as things normally cost more than people think or the entire process takes much longer than planned. If you are planning to complete any home improvements around your house now or in the future, you are going to want to figure out what you need to do to save yourself money and time.

Here are 11 tips to save on home improvement:

1. Do Not Make Multiple Changes

The biggest tip that we can give you is to never make multiple changes while you are in the middle of a project. All of those, “while you are at it” or “maybe I should do this or use this material instead of that” statements can add hundreds if not thousands of dollars to your final bill. It can be difficult to stick to your original design or dream, especially as you are noticing other items that you think you will love even more, but it is the easiest, yet most difficult, way to save money.

2. Do the Demo Yourself

You can save quite a bit of money if you do the demolition work yourself and...

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Purchasing a home is one of the largest investments most families make. It can be the place we start a life together with our partners, raise a family in and where we grow old. For most of us, it is also the place we will leave to our children in our will. Which is exactly why we want our properties maintained to the highest possible standard. Our houston roof repair services can help you achieve those high standards.

It makes sense that our homes are the one area where we continue to spend most of our money on, whether through improvements or repairs. Extreme weather is not uncommon in the south, and when hurricanes strike, the intense wind and hail can cause untold damage to our houses, particularly the roofs. In the event of damage to your home, our Houston roofing repair service can rectify damage quickly and to a high standard. But repair should not be your only thought. By having work done right in the first place, you can reduce the amount you will spend on repair work in the future. Ernst Kiesling, a professor of civil engineering at Texas Tech University, has...

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