Sein Construction Makes Outdoor Kitchens and Fireplaces Affordable To The Public in Dallas

August 23, 2019 - /PressAdvantage/ - Sein Construction is offering game-changing savings on custom stone outdoor kitchens and custom outdoor fireplaces and other stone work to homeowners in the DFW Metroplex. For years Sein Construction has a long history of working directly with builders and contractors on new construction stonework, stack stone, fireplaces and outdoor living areas.

In order to make these types of projects more affordable to the general public they have adjusted their business strategy and are now offering their stone work and masonry services direct to the public. Because Sein Construction has long been providing their brickwork and custom stone services at a wholesale price for markup by contractors and builders, they have decided to adjust their pitch to provide contractor prices direct to homeowners. It is their belief that this change will make outdoor kitchens and fireplaces much more common in the Dallas area as more homeowners can afford them.

"We are taking our services direct to the public and allowing homeowners significant savings on custom outdoor kitchens, customer outdoor fireplaces, indoor stone fireplaces, stack stone, masonry, concrete, patios, stone and brick walls and our other construction services. Our goal is to make these projects more affordable for homeowners in Dallas and the DFW Metroplex. Homeowners are advised to call us for a free estimate on their projects," says Eymahn Garza of Sein Construction.

SEIN Construction specializes in custom stone work, building custom indoor and outdoor fireplaces and kitchens, custom stack stone, concrete work, flagstone, pavers, custom brickwork, fences, walls and tile installation. From contemporary residential and commercial building stone facings to rustic, hand-cut fireplaces and walls SEIN Construction can handle any job with professional artisan skill. With over 20 years custom stonework experience Eymahn Garza, owner of Sein Construction, has been doing professional custom stonework for over twenty years. His passion for detail and quality shine through his work. Those interested can call today and find out how Sein Construction can provide them with custom signature style stone work.

For more information about significant savings on custom outdoor kitchens in Garland, Texas and custom outdoor fireplaces call (469) 684-8310. Sein Construction has offices located at Sein Construction 308 Bryan Dr, Garland, Texas 75042 and services Garland, Dallas, Rowlett, Rockwall, Murphy, Wylie, Parker, Sachse, Sunnyvale, Plano, Mesquite, North Dallas, Lake Highlands, University Park, Highland Park, Preston Hollow, Northwest Dallas, Casa View, Casa Linda, Lucas, Allen and all over the DFW Metroplex.

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For more information about Sein Construction, contact the company here:

Sein Construction
Eyemahn Garza
469-684-8310
contact@seinconstruction.com
Sein Construction 308 Bryan Dr Garland, TX 75042

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