Elgin Texas Foundation and Slab Repair Services
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Elgin, Texas, is well known for its heritage and wildlife. The elk are prevalent in the town. They come out after dark and can be seen as they wander through people’s yards looking for food. This small town has a strong sense of community where everyone knows everyone else.
Elgin has been home to many musicians, artists, writers, and inventors, including state troopers who had worked there since 1969 when the Highway Patrol first transferred from Groesbeck to Elgin. Many thousands of miles have been driven by these brave troopers in their patrol cars, chasing criminals on highways and patrolling back roads looking for suspicious activity. The old barracks in Elgin were built by the Civilian Conservation Corps (C.C.C.) in the 1930s and continue to house hundreds of troopers and their families.
Elgin Texas Slab Repair Company has an industrial park where many companies have been established, as well as small shops run by entrepreneurs with a flair for love of style and design. Finally, two restaurants are located in Elgin — Midway Restaurant (known for its ribs) and Bistro 47 (known for its seafood).
In winter,Elgin Texas Foundation Repair Company is a hub for cross-country and downhill skiers. Several large resorts are within a short drive, and great snow. About 300 families call Elgin home.
Elgin Texas Foundation Repair Company;This historic building was built in approximately 1900 as a general store that sold goods such as meat, produce, and candy, as well as groceries and groceries to turn around quickly. The owners at that time included a few Jewish families who lived upstairs in the back of the store along with the Chinese family inside. In those days, Chinese people were not permitted to own property outside of Chinatown, Los Angeles or San Francisco.
Elgin Texas Slab Repair Company
The building stopped being used during The Great Depression and was used for storage, military supplies, as a furniture store and as a beauty shop. It has stood empty since 2008 when the building was declared unsafe for habitation due to the potential for collapse of the upper story. Since then it has been fenced off from general access to prevent anyone from entering the building or going near the fence. The red brick wall along the west side is obviously an addition that was built sometime between 1900 and 1940 in order to expand storage space for local farmers. The original brick wall with its five windows on Main Street is still there as well as some original floor joists made of pine logs with their bark still intact.
If you are considering having your foundation slab repaired, it is important to speak with a professional contractor who has experience with this type of work, Schedule a slab repair service, we look forward to serving you!