On A Positive Note…
Instead of the bloody facts of what’s happening to our nation, an analytical dissection of Obama’s inaugural speech or why the Establishment refuses to fight for our Second Amendment and resolve our debt crisis, let’s take a break this week and turn our attention locally.
If you were unable to attend both the Stafford and Katy home shows, you truly missed out on two exceptional events. It was exhilarating meeting so many Conservative small business owners who were passionate about a Second Amendment discussion while they understood what is coming straight at us.
At this critical juncture, consumers need to exercise sagacity.
Most vendors had so much to say in so little time, with one specific business concept present that I had literally just completed researching in depth, which will benefit all of us. It’s about our clay-ridden soil and resolving foundation issues. If one only goes to the length of pier placement under a foundation but doesn’t resolve one’s mature trees’ root system issue that is invasively compromising a foundation, then the result is short-lived and one has just wasted his $$$ outlay. A properly-constructed root barrier procedure, with hand-dug trenches, is crucial so that mature roots will not “jump” or circumvent the barrier wall and continue its destruction. Our home is our investment that we cannot afford to lose on.
Even worse, when trees are planted in close proximity between two homes, this escalates the issue to now both foundations while necessitating their urgent removal.
Delayed repair is costly in itself and can become cost prohibitive for the two-story homeowner. One all-too-common devastating story was a $30,000 bid when the problem could have been alleviated years earlier for pennies on the dollar. Construction has moved away from conventional (steel) slabs and gone to post-tension slabs, needing the homeowner to be even more discerning. Taking a proactive approach at the outset alleviates costly mistakes later on, and your neighbor will thank you.
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After a hurricane or torrential storm, would one simply replace the damaged carpet while leaving the roof’s gaping hole?
This lesson is a mere synopsis of what Conservative values embrace: Educating equally in order to seek the common good for all—not only a select few—and without private intrusion.
For comments, contact Barbara J. Carlson at Barbara@FortBendBusinessJournal.com.
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