Beach House

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The Star-Ledger photograph by Andrew Mills – February 6, 2013. Hurricane Sandy destroyed this home pictured on the right of both photos before and after the water receded.
The Star-Ledger photograph by Andrew Mills – February 6, 2013. Hurricane Sandy destroyed this home pictured on the right of both photos before and after the water receded.
Hurricane Sandy destroyed this family beach house and buried the pool in sand. Watch as our Princeton Design Build team builds a new home for this family to cherish for the next generations.
The house has been demolished and we start with an empty lot.
Batter boards set the new corners of the house to position the pilings.
40’ pilings are vibrated down into the sand.
51 pilings installed at 6.5 feet high.
The floor beams and joists construction begins.
First floor framing for 2000 square feet of living space.
Second floor framing for the 1500 square feet of living space.
Roof framing in place.
Whole house wood sheathing installation.
Whole house wood sheathing continues.
Whole house wood sheathing continues.
Asphalt shingle roof complete.
Anderson windows are installed.
Faux cedar shake vinyl siding and Azek trim finish the exterior.
Faux cedar shake vinyl siding and Azek trim finish the exterior.
The second floor balconies are installed and this gorgeous house simply awaits lattice to cover the pilings for our Princeton Construction team to finish.
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Hurricane Sandy battered this oceanside home which was condemned and had to be rebuilt. Watch as our Princeton Design Build team builds a new home for this family to begin summer life at the beach once again.
Hurricane Sandy battered this oceanside home which was condemned and had to be rebuilt. Watch as our Princeton Design Build team builds a new home for this family to begin summer life at the beach once again.
The house has been demolished and we start with an empty lot.
Batter boards set the new corners of the house to position the pilings and 40’ pilings are vibrated down into the sand.
51 pilings installed at 6.5 feet high.
The floor beams and joists construction begins.
First floor framing for 2000 square feet of living space.
Second floor framing for the 1500 square feet of living space.
Stair turret framing begins.
The roof framing and the wood sheathing installation is in process.
Wood sheathing installation continues.
Wood sheathing and asphalt shingle roof is complete.
Anderson window installation begins.
Windows are complete.
Faux cedar shake vinyl siding and Azek trim are added to the main house.
The three season porch windows are installed and the garage/pool house foundation is set.
Faux cedar shake vinyl siding and Azek trim finish the exterior. Garage/pool house is complete.
Eight pilings are added to create the front staircase.
The front stairs are trimmed, railings installed and lattice covers the pilings. Our Princeton Construction team completes this beautiful home.
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