September 1, 2017


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Rebuilding After Harvey

In the wake of what is now a record-smashing hurricane in terms of rainfall and cost to the area impacted, Hurricane Harvey which hit Houston late August of 2017, has left Southeast Texas to pick up the pieces. We are proud to be a part of the solution as we work to help our neighbors and friends here in the Houston area.

As Texans we tend to see the silver lining in everything no matter how devastating. It is one of those things that makes us a unique people. While many have lost their homes and have been displaced due the storm, there is one thing that is on all of our minds, when can we start rebuilding?!?!

As the waters recede and our neighbors begin to assess the damages many folks will begin to plan for reconstruction projects. For some, these plans might have come a little earlier than expected, for others it might take a hurricane for them to even consider a remodeling project. Either way, RC Home Services is ready to meet all of your construction and remodeling needs. With over 20 years in the construction business and some of the most elaborate workmanship in our industry, you’ll be glad that you called us.

At RC Home Services we understand what it takes to recover from a disaster like Harvey, having been through many hurricanes in our day, we know what it takes to get your home or office back in to pristine condition, looking better than ever before! Our expert construction specialists will consult with you directly and help you put a plan of action into place, design your project, and provide you with a detailed cost analysis before beginning. In most cases, RC Home Services can come in under budget for both time and dollars.

We thank you in advance for considering RC Home Services and look forward to serving you. From the first nail to the last, RC Home Services is at YOUR SERVICE!

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