Pier And Beam

Foundation Issues Are a Given, But Here’s What You Need to Look Out For

By Joanna England / October 17, 2019 / 4 Comments

Every week, the detail-oriented folks at Green Scene Home Inspections will give CandysDirt.com readers an education in inspection. Want to see what they see? Tune in  for “Upon Closer Inspection.” When you’re buying a home, we advise people that the major areas of consideration are the roof, plumbing, electricity, HVAC, and the foundation. These are […]

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Grab a Martini, Shades: Northwest Dallas Midcentury Feels Like Palm Springs Oasis

By Leah Shafer / April 7, 2015 / 1 Comment

Our spring days are warming up in North Texas, the perfect time to dream of lazy days lounging in the sunshine. Today’s Tuesday Two Hundred is a gem in Northwest Dallas, a retro updated ranch at 3251 Royal Ln., just east of Webb Chapel Lane in the Webster Grove neighborhood. With its carefully curated midcentury look […]

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Sit Down. Grab Smelling Salts. You Are Going to LOVE LOVE LOVE This PERFECT Dallas Real Estate — Candy’ Sale of the Week

By Candy Evans / September 21, 2011 / 0 Comments

If it were possible to kidnap a house, I’d be down in North Oak Cliff in a heartbeat with a truck. Actually, I want the fireplace and I want it NOW! When I first saw the listing, which is new, I about died. I emailed the agent feverishly and asked who the interior designers were […]

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Slab Versus Pier & Beam: Which is Warmer?

By Candy Evans / February 3, 2011 / 12 Comments

OK, it is really cold in Texas tonight. 20 degrees right now. Supposed to go down to 14. It is my opinion that most homes in Texas are not built for this kind of weather unless they have basements and theromopane windows. Home with old single pane windows are frozen over. I had a pier […]

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