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What to Do With Wet Framing

Not unusual to see a framing crew working in the rain in the Pacific Northwest. In Texas we call it a day and go home! First, if you see standing puddles and soaked framing, don’t move onto the next stage of construction! Next, pull out your moisture meter and map the house. Use a sharpie [...]

Once Flood Faters Subside What You Should Do

As a result of severe flooding in Houston, homeowners may find themselves dealing with damp, soggy homes and furnishings. The most important thing to consider before going into a house after a flood is safety. Once flood waters subside, your home must be dried out as quickly as possible. Various types of mold will start [...]

Incredible Renovations is Here to Help

Incredible Renovations is here to help you with your Hurricane Harvey issues and take the steps necessary to help you dry out things quickly to mitigate water damage and save your possessions. Drying out after water damage should top of your priority list.If you can dry items within 48 hours, you might salvage many goods, [...]

33rd Annual Mayor’s Proud Partner Award – Call for Entries!

Keep Houston Beautiful, the City of Houston's Clean City Commission, is now accepting award applications for the 33rd Annual Mayor's Proud Partner Awards. If your group has worked to support our city through volunteer beautification, neighborhood cleanups or conservation activities, the City of Houston would like to hear about it. Gather your organization's leaders together [...]

Mayor Turner’s Annual Acres Homes Juneteenth Parade

Mayor Sylvester Turner will host the 6th Annual Acres Homes Juneteenth Parade Saturday June 17, 2017. "I expect everyone in Acres Homes to be there," said Mayor Turner. The Parade will take place beginning at 10 a.m. It will start at the Acres Homes Multi-Service Center, 6719 W. Montgomery, head north on W. Montgomery, turn [...]

Houston Public Library’s Summer Reading Program

Even though school is out, it's still "GAME ON" for learning! Children of all ages can level up their summer fun with Houston Public Library's Summer Reading Program. Kids can earn reading and activity badges to beat summer boredom and capture awesome prizes! Starting this month, youth of all ages can register for the program [...]

Houston’s Plan for the Future

What issues should the City focus on next year? In 2015, Houston's City Council took the groundbreaking step of adopting the city's first general plan, Plan Houston. The Plan describes a vision and goals for our community and identifies twelve core strategies that represent the City’s approach for achieving the vision. The City of Houston [...]

5 Home Designs for Baby Boomers

The number of home buyers ages 55 and older is expected to grow over the next decade, and builders across the country are ramping up to serve them. At the International Builders' Show in Orlando, Fla., this week, the National Association of Home Builders is educating attendees about how to support the industry's efforts to [...]

Incredible Renovations, LLC of Houston, TX Awarded Best Of Houzz 2017

Thank you Houzz Over 40 Million Monthly Unique Users Nominated Best Home Building, Remodeling and Design Professionals in North America and Around the World Incredible Renovations, LLC of Houston, Texas has won “Best of Customer Service, on Houzz®, the leading platform for home remodeling and design. The design-build firm, Incredible Renovations was chosen [...]

Cement Industry World’s Most Polluting

The cement industry is one of the world's most polluting: it accounts for 5% of man-made carbon-dioxide emissions each year. About 4.3 billion tonnes of cement were consumed in 2014-China alone needed more than half of that. Cement firms have not attracted the ire of environmental campaigners in the way that oil firms have. For [...]