Porches ~ Pergolas ~ Arbors ~ Decks
OUTDOOR LIVING FEATURED BUILD
Outdoor Living solutions provided by Rogers & Smith is a licensed general contractor, dedicated to serving both the commercial and residential communities. Our philosophy is Simplicity.
To us, simplicity means time with your family, not with subcontractors; simplicity means enjoying your backyard for a lifetime, not orchestrating annual repairs; simplicity mean translating your sense of style into a sophisticated design, not selecting from cookie-cutter plans.
At Rogers & Smith Construction, we hire and train all our own craftsmen. Our in-house values mean we are in complete control of your job's quality and timing. We start when scheduled and finish when scheduled, all on budget and with superior quality. From concept to completion-simple.
Outdoor Living Previous Builds
Whether you're renovating your home or building a new commercial structure, you'll need to apply for a building permit to comply with state legal and safety standards. This is especially important if you ever think about trying to sell your home.
Permits allow local governments to keep communities safe and comply with state construction code law.
A permit is required for numerous different building projects. Our team understands these codes and complete the necessary requirements to get your project finished.
- Texas Industrialized Housing and Buildings Program
- One- and two-family dwellings of the Texas Industrialized Housing and Buildings Program
- Plumbing Code of the Texas Industrialized Housing and Buildings Program
A building permit is required for, but not limited to, the following:
- New construction - commercial and residential
- Swimming pools
- Utility or storage building
Texas Building Permits
Building permits must be considered if you wish to have a county legal addition to enhance your living area. The processes keep you safe, the neighborhood residents safe, and it is a requirement to be approved if you ever need to sell your home. "Rogers & Smith Outdoor Living" handles all the necessary permits and requirements.
Read for yourself.
Don't just take our word for it, even though you can. We encourage you to research on your own if you are at all hesitant. We're confident that you'll trust us even more if you do.