Welcome to Spring Time in Texas!
It is with great pleasure that we showcase our client, San Marcos Iron Doors and Cantera on our March/April cover! This family owned business is focused on quality, elegant designs and service.
Marco Soto, the third generation owner and the current CEO is a trained mechanical engineer who specializes in materials analysis and structuring engineering. Although he is very hands-on, he works with the best artisans in the business to ensure customers have access to their unique creative styles.
Their focus is on having quality craftsmanship with commitment and passion for service!
Well known for their iron doors, most are not aware of their cantera stone designs that follow the same high standards the business is known for. On a recent visit to the Stone Oak showroom, I was blown away to see their garage doors and various beautiful work displayed in images of very high-end homes. The images were not just iron doors, but fences, gates, light fixtures, wall art, and wine cellars as well. I encourage you to stop in to one of their three showrooms for your next builder, design or remodel project!
Spring is a good time to update, add and give your home a new look! Check out Songa Designs International, the home décor company with a mission to help women globally, as you decorate your home with a unique product that is sure to be a conversation piece. If you are considering moving, Homestead Community near Cibolo/Schertz and Headwaters near Austin and Dripping Springs focuses on healthy living and fitness. Read the articles included for your pleasure and get more details.
We would like to officially say “Thank You” to our preferred restaurant for dining and hosting our business networking mixers! J. Prime Steakhouse is certainly the fine dining restaurant that keeps our target market coming back for great food and concierge service! Make your next romantic or large group reservations there to experience it for yourself.
NHOME advertisers and readers, thank you for your continued support.
Sincerely In Much Appreciation,
Adaku Okoro, publisher