Salado Home Remodeling

Salado Home Remodeling | Tex Tile Construction

salado home remodelingSalado Texas is an excellent place to shop for really cool unique items. they have antiques and much more. They also have a need for Salado Home Remodeling.  With so many small businesses and such an influx of visitors that the need for Salado Home Remodeling is always in need. Tex Tile Construction is composed of a team of professional craftsmen that are trained to handle all of your Salado Home Remodeling needs. Tex Tile Construction has been providing reliable Salado Home Remodeling to Central Texas for over twelve years and they have an excellent reputation for delivering quality with great customer service. Tex Tile Construction provides Salado Home Remodeling to both residential properties and commercial properties. Tex Tile are experts in the Salado Home Remodeling field and specialize in wooden floors, new construction, framing, fencing and decks, interior and exterior painting, stucco, roofing, stone, block and brick, drywall and more. So when you have a need for Salado Home Remodeling think of the company that has been delivering quality for over twelve years.


Central Texas Home Remodeling Services | Salado Texas

salado home remodelingSalado (pron.: /səˈld/) is a village in Bell CountyTexasUnited States. Salado was first incorporated in 1867 for the sole purpose of building a bridge across the Salado Creek. It was not until 2000, that the citizens of Salado voted in favor of re-incorporation, when faced with a looming threat of annexation by their neighbor to the north Belton, before which point it was a census-designated place (CDP). The population of the CDP was 4,033 at the 2010 census. It is part of the KilleenTempleFort Hood Metropolitan Statistical Area.

The town is home to the Stagecoach Inn, the oldest continuously running hotel in Texas.

George Washington Baines, a prominent Baptist clergyman in three states and the maternal great-grandfather of U.S. President Lyndon B. Johnson, lived in Salado in his last years. The George Washington Baines House is on the National Register of Historic Places. (Read More)