Letter To My Clients

Letter To My Clients

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To my clients,

It was the 1970’s when I remember watching my divorced grandmother run her real estate business in Lewisville, Texas. She was a Realtor and broker, my father a homebuilder and Realtor, and my mother a Realtor, all working out of the same white office building just off Stemmons Freeway. When my parents bought our house in Lake Dallas, it was the original farm house on many acres that were sold to a developer. I spent that decade watching homes pop up all over our neighborhood. As kids, we loved playing in these stick homes – 2x4 framed walls became our life-sized play houses. Some of my earliest memories are with my brother, sister, and neighborhood friends setting up schools, offices, shopping malls, and restaurants all within these stick walls and with a little imagination. Even at a very young age, I remember pondering how these homes would look finished, which rooms would be the bathrooms, bedrooms, and kitchen based on the location of plumbing and windows. As each home was dried-in with locked doors and windows, we’d move on to the next one springing up. After-hours and on weekends, we’d scour the ground for left-behind nails, end cuts of lumber, and other discarded building supplies. It was with these materials that my brother built our tree house, where we spent many nights in sleeping bags lying under the stars. I was surrounded by the building process, and it fascinated me.

Fast forward 30 years, and it just seemed natural to my husband and I that we would remodel our 1940’s ranch house to bring it up to the 21st century and make it a better fit for our family. He earned his residential contractor’s license and we tackled many projects together, always leaving the homes better than we found them. When he changed careers, I wasn’t ready to be done remodeling and finishing out homes.

That’s when I dove into interior design!

I have over 20 years of experience taking apart homes and putting them back together again – and I’m so excited to bring that experience to your project! I still get excited when I can visualize the finished spaces in my head and bring them to life.

I always tell my clients, “Construction is an imperfect trade.” And while that is true, I would like to add that it’s “beautifully imperfect.” Things will go wrong in new builds and remodels, mistakes will be made, but through the process something beautiful will emerge – and you will love it!

So let’s get started making something beautiful, and imperfect. Because in the end, it will be so worth it!

Ginger Granath


I am Hellix Architecture

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Brooklyn Simmons

CEO - Createx Construction Bureau


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