Flower Mound, TX Home and Commercial Remodeling

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No tear out stone remodeling for every situation!

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Residential Remodeling in Flower Mound

Every man’s home is his castle – but that doesn’t mean it has to look old and worn. In fact, it means the exact opposite!

At Cre8stone, we like to think of homes as canvases. When you combine your unique vision and personality with our proprietary limestone and quartz stone overlays, your home is transformed.

Kennedale house with accents on front exterior
white limestone single story home after remodel

Flower Mound Home Fronts

With the focus on preserving the natural beauty of Flower Mound, traditional renovation methods can seem out of place.

Luckily, Cre8stone has a unique approach to renovations. Instead of tearing down the existing structure, we simply work over them!

This no tear out technique has made our services very popular with homeowners looking to renovate their home fronts without creating a big mess.

Interior Design

A lot of people confuse interior design with interior decorating. While we can’t help you with the latter, we have 40 years of expertise in the former!

Perhaps you’re finding your fireplace and walls are looking a little shabby? Or maybe you’re tired of having a bathroom full of white tiles and would like to introduce some personality with stone overlays?

Cre8stone can even help you with the heart of your home – the kitchen. Take a look at our thoughts on why quartz counter-tops are the best kitchen design choice.

interior columns resurfaced
grey stone poolside remodel

Outdoor Applications

If you’re lucky enough to have a view of the mound of wildflowers that gives Flower Mound its name, you probably enjoy spending time outdoors.

Cre8stone understands the appeal of spending time in your garden. We can help compliment your landscaping with beautiful stone walkways and pool remodeling.

You’ll also appreciate these ideas for a summer patio to help cement your reputation as the BBQ King (or Queen) of Flower Mound!

Commercial Remodeling in Flower Mound

When the Dallas/Fort Worth International Airport opened its landing strip in 1974, Flower Mound’s population increased rather rapidly. It was just the type of boost needed, with the planned community project already failing.

With the influx of new residents came an economic boom to match, despite the 1973-1975 recession.

Today, the Denton Creek District and Lakeside Business District remain the two biggest areas of economic development in Flower Mound.

But wherever your commercial property is situated, you can stand out from the competition with Cre8stone’s unique take on commercial applications!

School Front
grimsley entrance yellow limestone

Surface Reconstruction

It’s a sad fact that Flower Mound doesn’t have many historic landmarks. But that doesn’t mean you can’t bring a historical flavor to your commercial property!

All it takes is the right vision matched with Cre8stone’s expertise. Take a peek at some of the amazing work we’ve done with limestone and quartz to get some inspiration for your business’s new look.

Flower Mound Storefront Impact

Crushed granite is a fantastic material for remodeling. There’s a wide variety of colors and patterns you can choose from to create an eye-catching new storefront!

Office Perfection

What good is a beautiful exterior if the inside is as drab as can be?

Cre8stone is challenging the idea of the office as a forgettable space by turning them into living works of art with our proprietary resurfacing materials. Never dread a day in the office again!

long low office exterior resurfacing

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Are you a homeowner looking to transform your homefront, interior, kitchen, bath, or outdoor living space?  Perhaps you have a commercial location you would like to spruce up.  You've come to the right place.

Please fill out the the form here and we will get back to you as soon as possible to discuss your exciting ideas.

flower mound texas

Flower Mound, Texas, has a curious history dating back to the 1840s.

Around the same time Republic of Texas Commissioners were signing a peace treaty with the Native Indian Nations at what later became the city-suburb Grapevine, Presbyterian settlers were establishing a religious camp on a prominent 12.5-acre mound on the northern side of Grapevine Lake.

These camps only lasted 2 to 3 weeks at a time, until the Flower Mound Presbyterian Church was built around 1854

Today, Flower Mound is an incorporated town, almost entirely situated in Denton County but extending into Tarrant County as well.

Conservation construction projects, like the Cross Timbers Conservation Development District, help balance growth with the preservation of Flower Mound’s existing natural habitats.

It’s this celebration of natural beauty that makes Flower Mound such a wonderful town to live in. And it’s that same ethos that Cre8tstone brings forward in all our residential and commercial renovation and restoration projects.