Parker County Today April 2018 - Page 72

our professionals: HOME ENHANCEMENT HEROES Chris Moore — Floor To Ceiling Designs C hris Moore may look young, but he is no new kid on the block when it comes to designs. With design and construction running in his family for generations, the F2C president has been designing projects for almost 20 years.  “I’ve been in the industry since 1998. I was a partner in a flooring store in Fort Worth for a few years and decided to start my own compa- ny here in Weatherford in 2013. It was closer to home and the people are more laid-back, and this area is growing rapidly, so I wanted to be part of the growth.” F2C specializes in simple or elaborate residential renovation. This family-owned-and-operated business has been designing and remodeling tired homes since 1994. Moore’s mother is an interior designer and his father is a project manager and a Texas Licensed Home Builder. 70 Moore himself helps design and put together projects with customers and arrange installations of differ- ent types of jobs with their certified installers. He and his team love taking on the challenge of taking a tired home and either restoring or remodeling the space to better fit the customer’s needs.  F2C Designs can help spruce up any part of your home, including flooring, kitchen and bath remodels, outdoor living spaces and whole house expansions and renova- tions. Whether you are updating the flooring in an area of your home or are considering a major home remod- el, F2C Designs has the products and services to meet your needs. They are a full service Design Center provid- ing a one-stop shopping experience for most products needed in your project. For Moore, the best part of his job is working with homeowners on a one-on-one basis and putting together a project. With spring now upon us, Moore and his team are ready to tackle the most intricate projects from Vintage Classic to Modern Design for your home. Pulliam Pools (continued from page 61) The outside displays include an actual pool with many various types of rock, tile and decking samples for custom- ers to choose from. An outdoor entertainment area holds a BBQ, granite countertops, artificial turf and more samples of items. The area is enclosed into types of fencing, both wood and wrought iron. Pulliam is well-diversified through sales for new pool construction, renovations, outdoor structures, fountains, slides and BBQ areas. If you can dream it, Pulliam can make it a reality. In 2017, Pool & Spa News Magazine entered Pulliam Pools into their Hall of Fame and named the company a Top 50 Superstar for being ranked in the Top 50 pool companies nationwide for 15 consecutive years since its inception. Most importantly, Pulliam works hard in our tight-knit community with various charities. It has held an annual golf tournament for 10 years raising money for various Parker County charities, with the Careity Foundation being the primary beneficiary of the tournament. In 2017, Careity named Pulliam Pools its “Volunteer Company of the Year.” In 2017, Smith was awarded the “James Doss Award” by the Weatherford Chamber of Commerce. Pulliam also cares about the safety of their little swim- mers by providing $9,000 worth of life vests for children. The company works with Drowning Prevention to save lives, and works to educate clients on water safety.  From pool renovation to custom pools with a water- fall and outdoor amenities with a show-stopping kitchen, Pulliam Pools can help you make your dream pool a real- ity. Airtite Foam Insulation (continued from page 67) Other benefits are that the foam becomes a weather barrier, keeping your home comfortable in both extreme heat and extreme cold. It also reduces sound from outside noises by absorbing sound vibrations. “We do new construction installation for commer- cial customers, but on the residential side we do existing homes,” said Easley. “Usually when you talk about rein- sulating walls with batting sheets of insulation, you would have to remove the sheet rock inside the walls and start all over. You don’t have to do that with the foam. It can be injected right inside the walls without removing any inte- rior sheet rock,” she continued. “I would have to say if you want to save on your elec- tric bill, call us. The weather in Texas is so extreme that if you want to be more comfortable in the hot summer and the cold winter, we can help, and with the electricity savings you can earn your money back. You can actually see the savings,” said Easley.