Frazier’s Ornamental and Architectural Concrete

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The name, Frazier’s By The Bay, says a lot about what the 60-year-old family business is developing in the Galveston Bay area. Being in size about half an acre on Hwy. 146 near the intersection of Hwy. 646 at Bacliff, this Frazier’s outlet is a highly concentrated offering of bay and nautical decor, along with their most popular home and garden designs selected from 14 acres of products in Hempstead. For any item not in stock locally, their “By The Bay” can assist customers with communication and delivery of the unparalleled selection in its Hempstead production location.

Frazier’s By The Bay, in the Bacliff/Kemah area, invites everyone to compare their quality and finishes with any other. Come see the amazing assortment of pelicans, flamingos, mermaids, lighthouses, tiki idols, religious and spiritual statuary, birdbaths, fountains, pet statues, benches, and gargoyles. For decades, Frazier’s has been a major supplier for churches , schools, universities and corporate developments. They are the “go to source” for many landscape designers, contractors and architects. Frazier’s is one of Texas’ best known resources for home and garden decor and commercial site furnishings.

In Hempstead, its lovely star-topped neo-Texas barn is surrounded with acres of ornamental and architectural concrete, pottery, bronzes, carved granite, aluminum lamps and furniture, memorials, wrought iron, one-time specialty offerings, commercial planters and site offerings. Frazier’s recent acquisition of Pavestone’s ornamental concrete division adds an exciting new dimension to its already extensive line of products, and expands and enhances its remarkable range of contemporary planters, park and campus furnishings, and elements to fulfill those perfect touches in corporate landscapes.

For over half a century, Frazier’s Ornamental and Architectural Concrete has built its reputation upon customer service and care, upon a truly broad and unique collection which is constantly evolving, and upon manufacturing quality concrete fountains, statuary, columns and balustrades, varied architectural elements, memorials with custom etching, and special finishes. Collaborating with family member, Charlene Todaro, they provide highly praised custom finishes, many of which can be found only through Frazier’s. Fernando Gomez, co-owner and general manager, graduated in the mid- nineties with an industrial engineering degree from Texas A&M. Fernando has many years of experience working with architects, builders and designers, and oversees the relationship with A&M for providing campus site furnishings.

Over the years, Frazier’s has been featured twice on “The Eyes of Texas,” and has made appearances on nearly all of the Houston network television stations. For over 15 years, they have sponsored A&M’s Weekend Gardener Show on KBTX in Bryan. Frazier’s is recognized for its long term support of firefighters across Texas and for its support of the military through the Watermelon Run For the Fallen fundraiser in August for Operation Military Embrace and the South Texas Honor Guard.

Situated in Hempstead (right at the intersection of Highway 290 and Highway 6, known as the Gulf Coast Gateway to The Bluebonnet Trail), Frazier’s Ornamental and Architectural Concrete’s unique blend of unsurpassed selection, (on-hand and by special order), establishes itself as a delightful destination for homeowners, trade professionals, and scores of curious tour bus participants annually. Visitors truly appreciate and enjoy the natural setting in which their products are displayed and experience a very pleasant and relaxing shopping setting.

Come and experience how just walking into either of Frazier’s two outlets in Bacliff and in Hempstead can lift your spirit and, perhaps, change your life for the better.

For more information, please visit www.fraziersconcrete.com or call (281) 339-1139 (Bacliff) or

(979) 921-2906 (Hempstead).

 

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