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I take great pride in the work our company does and its ability to be diversified. From building a new house from the ground up, completing different types of concrete projects, high volume subdivisions, to taking what most would consider teardown houses and turning them into incredible projects. It is really a great feeling to take an old house or a building of any age that is dilapidated and turn it into a project that looks like it was built just yesterday.

Yes, this does take a lot more foresight and experience because we're not simply building a new house, we're taking an old structure and restoring it into its beautiful original condition.

Some say this is my passion or my hobby. Perhaps this is true, but I think the biggest reason I take these projects on is because of the challenges that they possess and the level of satisfaction of being able to not only see the potential, but to turn what is a diamond in the rough into a beautiful, precious gem!

Yes like most builders we can build new houses, and excel to extreme levels, but taking what most would tear down and being able to see the great possibilities in that diamond in the rough, takes much more effort and anticipation that many simply just don't have.

Maybe for me there is more to this as well, and maybe some may be able to relate to this. When I was young, I worked side by side with my father and a large amount of the projects we worked on were old houses. As young as twelve I'd be under the ugliest, oldest, and sometimes the most disgusting houses that you could imagine. My father and I would set shoring and lift these houses off the ground, level these houses due to years settling and install new foundations under them. By doing this I gained a certain level of respect for these old houses. Seeing the level of original workmanship and pride that went into these houses when they were built is really something, compared to what you see these days. To me it is important to be able to have that history, level of workmanship and pride, and be able to enjoy it for years to come. So don’t be afraid to consider a house that others may turn down or may not be the latest and the greatest. Just as when a diamond is plucked out of the mine, and looks like a dirty piece of stone, your project may not be a shimmering gem at first, however with a little bit of elbow grease and hard work, your diamond in the rough can become that sparkler that will make all heads turn.

Happy Building,
Rick Young


# Bill
Thursday, August 25, 2011 11:55 AM
WOW, great job it looks good.
Thursday, June 20, 2013 10:24 PM
Thanks for your nice articles. I like it very much.

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