Everything’s bigger in Texas. The same is true for the weather in Dallas. For about 20 days per year, temperatures hover around 100 degrees – mainly during the month of August. Winters tend to be mild, although cold fronts known as “Blue Northers” may pass through the state bringing with lower temperatures.
Snowfall amounts are generally small; a few times a year, though, ice and freezing rain can occur. Spring and fall are the most pleasant, but the weather can still be unpredictable. Thunderstorms, rain, hail, lightning, and sometimes tornadoes, are a part of Dallas life.
Mobile Office Solutions for Dallas
Mobile solutions are available in the Dallas area for use in education, construction, retail, agriculture, manufacturing, and government, as well as for homeowner in need of extra space. In particular, for extra office space, storage, and new construction, top solutions include mobile offices, modular buildings, classroom trailers, and storage containers.
For bad weather, many mobile solutions companies offer features like
- weather-resistant facilities
- insurance and loss limitation options
- skirting to protect the underside of the structure from weather, animals, etc.
- awnings for rain and other inclement weather
- canopies to protect against sun and rain
- tie-downs to offer protection during high winds and storms
- air conditioning and heating
Building License and Permit Information
Dallas City Hall helps prospective buyers learn more about
- building inspections
- green building
- forms and applications
For information about Dallas-area construction and development information, check out their Permit Center website, with sections on online permits and Frequently Asked Questions.
Nearby Counties and Cities
- Collin County, with McKinney
- Denton County, with Denton
- Tarrant County, with Ft. Worth
- McLennan County, with Waco