North Texas Basements to Present Seminar on Basement Design and Construction

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The seminar will take place in Arlington, TX on Tuesday, Nov. 4.

Tom Werling, president of North Texas Basements, in partnership with Halfmoon Education Inc., will be sharing his expertise and knowledge on basement design and construction at a continuing education seminar in Arlington, TX on Tuesday, Nov. 4.

Werling has more than 39 years of homebuilding experience and is the founder of North Texas Basements, a residential and commercial construction company that specializes in basement construction. Werling will be sharing his years of knowledge and experience with seminar attendees and presenting on the following topics:

  • The design benefits of basements
  • Common misconceptions for not having basements
  • Soil movement resistance
  • Basement construction techniques, as recommended by the American Concrete Institute

This seminar is open to the public and offers continuing education hours to Texas architects and professional engineers. North Texas Basements is inviting everyone interested in learning more about basements to come to the seminar. Werling is very excited to be sharing his knowledge and hopes that he will be able to help anyone with their basement problems.

For additional information or to register for the seminar, call (715) 835-5900 or log on to

About the company:
North Texas Basements is a total solutions residential and commercial concrete form work contractor specializing in basement construction, with expertise in building of columns, vertical walls, retaining walls, cistern and culvert construction. North Texas Basements is a member of the American Concrete Institute, the Concrete Foundation Association, the National and Texas Home Builders Associations, and The Greater Fort Worth Home Builders Associations. They have over 30 years of experience in residential and commercial construction. To learn more about the company, visit their website at

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