Sea Pointe Construction In The Media
To create a healthy home you need to stay on top of your home’s maintenance. Living in Southern California, we’re spoiled though – we don’t find ourselves having to shovel snow, worry about ice dams or stressing over super-sized hurricanes. However, many homeowners are still neglect important annual maintenance around their home. Dedicating time to your most valuable investment will save you money, agony and inconvenience in the long run.
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Planning a Re-Design? Sea Pointe Construction’s President, Andrew Shore suggests remodeling projects that will increase the value of your home resulting in the most bang for your buck. Keeping the homeowner in mind, he put together a list of five remodeling projects for the readers of Coto de Caza Quarterly and the Ladera Ranch Magazine such as expanding a bathroom, replacing your garage door and more.
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In the July edition of Qualified Remodeler Andrew Shore, president and owner of Sea Pointe Construction, admits that just like 80 percent of his clientele, he too is a baby boomer and that as his generation ages they need to be prepared to modify their home to help ensure they can stay there as long as possible. After having multiple Sea Pointe staff members became Certified Aging In Place Specialists the design/build firm has seen a 50 percent increase in Universal Design projects establishing them as an Aging-In-Place leader in the Orange County area.
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Andrew Shore, president and owner of Sea Pointe Construction, was featured in the OC Metro’s July cover story discussing the growing number of baby boomers in Orange County and how they can prepare their home for what’s ahead. “Nobody wants to admit they’re getting older, even though they may find they need simple changes to their homes to make getting around easier,” says Shore. He gives examples for those that are committed to aging in place suggesting that single story homes work best when achy knee joints make stair climbing painful and multifunctional designs like microwaves built into a drawer that slide in and out can lower the risk of scalds and burns.
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Senior Editor, Mark Newman, of Remodeling Magazine reached out to Andrew Shore, president and owner of Sea Pointe Construction, to get his insight on Universal Design in today’s marketplace and the best ways to incorporate Aging In Place concepts into residential remodeling projects. Andy goes on to discuss the importance of planning while in the design stage and making each project individualized.
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Sea Pointe Construction has established partnerships to help the remodeling firm promote lifelong clients and vendors. President and owner, Andrew Shore, was interviewed by QualifiedÂ Remodeler magazine to get his takes on the advantages of these partnerships and his advice for other contractors who are trying to create lasting relationships.
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Andrew Shore was quoted in Qualified Remodeler and For Residential Pros.com commenting on the remodeling design workshops Sea Pointe Construction organizes and hosts throughout the year. Each month the design/build firm holds a Remodeling 101 educational seminar in a different city within Orange County, Calif. The workshops help homeowners to understand key design and construction basics before starting their dream kitchen remodel, bathroom remodel, room addition or whole home refresh.
Andrew Shore, President of Sea Pointe Construction a design + build firm, discusses how Sea Pointe Construction boosts referrals and the significance of customer satisfaction in the January edition of Qualified Remodeler Magazine. Andrew also talks about the importance of developing lasting relationships and servicing loyal clients.
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