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Tech Spec: Clay Nation

If you've ever visited Texas, you know that the state?and everything in it?is really, really big. But did you know that Texas gets bigger? Every time it rains. More

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DIY Landscape Design App

A new iPhone/iPad app allows homeowners to design their own landscaping. More

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Exterior Treatments Does Wonders for Your Homes

A good inside starts with a good outside. More

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Snapped Edge Accents by Eldorado Stone

Snapped Edge products have irregular edge detail. More

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Design Details: Outdoor Spaces

Nothing like a little fresh air to make buyers fall in love with your property. It's worth the investment. Trust us. More

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Hold the Hardscape

A thoughtfully designed house may enhance the landscape at large, but the act of constructing it wreaks terrible havoc on the soil. More

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Pulte Offers to Repurchase Homes Damaged by Slope Failure

Builder will rebuild retaining wall that collapsed in this San Antonio community. More

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Vintage Details Lend Character to New Homes

Builders and architects turn to reclaimed materials and historic elements to build tradition into high-performance new homes and remodels. More

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San Antonio Takes a Harder Line With Builders After Last Month's Hillside Collapse

A “slope failure” at a Centex subdivision exposes lax enforcement of permitting procedures. More

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Order in the Courts

Stroll through any recent upscale suburban development and you're likely to see the same thing: houses in a random assortment of vaguely historical styles with no common design theme, each making a heroic effort to look stately while strenuously ignoring the houses at each side. to be fair, one can't control the tastes of one's neighbors, but the challenge for infill custom homes is clear. filling in is easy; fitting in is another matter entirely. More

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