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T&T Construction is Proudly Rolling Out a New Look!

If you’ve taken a look around our website — and, considering this blog is part of that website, you probably have — you might have noticed a pretty big change. T&T Construction recently unveiled a new look and feel, and our online home is the first place you’ll see it! Why the change? We’re happy to fill you in.

Our company is fortunate enough to have a long and respected history in Texas. We’ve grown and thrived since C.A. Taylor first opened in 1969, but we wanted to firm up the branding around the family-owned business we love. After putting our heads together, we decided it was time to lay out a bit more clearly exactly who we are and what we strive to offer our friends and clients. That’s where our new tagline, “On Solid Ground,” comes from.

At T&T, our goal is to do all that we can to keep you, your company and its projects on solid ground — always. We take pride in serving as your support system, offering solid advice and putting in quality work for you, every step of the way. Our team has been doing what we do for years. We aren’t afraid to dig in and get a little dirty if that’s what it takes to get the job done right. That tagline is also a nod to the machine foundations our company specializes in, solid bases that protect companies’ prize investments and help keep them up and operating successfully.

We’re lucky to work in a field that is as visual as it is interesting. You’ll find big, eye-catching images of our work throughout our various marketing pieces. Our Projects page is a great example. Not only is it gratifying to see finished work in all its glory, but it also stimulates inspiration for future projects.

We look forward to this next chapter in our company’s story, and to continuing to serve our treasured clients throughout the Houston area. After all, we might have undergone a bit of a facelift, but we’re still the same T&T Construction you’ve known and worked with all along.


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