Feb
05

Raising History: Breaking Ground on a Historic Project on Sullivan's Island

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Sea Island Builders is thrilled to officially announce our newest project, a historical renovation and addition on Sullivan's Island we are calling project Raising History. This historic home with a storied past has undergone various renovations over the years, with the original structure dating back to ...
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Jan
05

Happy New Year from Sea Island Builders

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Out with the old and in with the new! It is safe to say that 2020 was an interesting year. Regardless of the challenges we all faced, individually and collectively, we made the best of this unusual year. During 2020, we completed four major renovations, one new build, and broke ground on two new residential construction projects. We ...
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Dec
06

4th Annual Food Drive Benefitting The Lowcountry Food Bank

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Join us for our 4th Annual Holiday Food Drive Benefitting The Lowcountry Food Bank. You can safely drop off non-perishable canned food items as well as new/unused baby and hygiene items to the collection boxes located at the Sea Island Builders office, Sullivan's Island Town Hall, the Poe Library and The Island Club beginning Monday, December ...
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Dec
01

Meet the Architect: A Conversation with Charleston Architect Anita King

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Anita King knew she was going to become an architect at the ripe old age of 12 years old. "My dad is a surveyor, so I was introduced to architecture plans and drafting at an early age," she recalls. She never wavered from her goal and went on to earn her Architecture Design degree from Clemson University. Fresh out of college, she worked at DP3 Arc...
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Sep
16

Preventing Cost Overruns in Residential Construction Projects: How Proper Planning Can Help Keep Your Project on Budget

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A cost overrun is a term commonly used throughout the construction industry. But what does it mean for the average homeowner looking to begin a residential construction project? Simply put, a cost or budget overrun is an unexpected cost, mostly due to an underestimation or excluded item during the budgeting process. Keeping a project on budget is o...
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Mar
11

Breaking Ground on a Hidden Treasure

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On a sunny day in early March, the Sea Island Builders team, along with some of our key partners, gathered with our clients to break ground on their future forever home located on a quiet spot with picturesque views of Hobcaw Creek. This was a special day for our clients as it was a celebration and culmination of nearly four years of planning for t...
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Feb
17

Sea Island Builders Awarded Best Of Houzz 2020

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The Annual People's Choice Award from the Houzz Community Highlights Home Remodeling and Design Professionals with Most Popular Designs and Top Ratings Sea Island Builders is proud to announce that it has won a "Best Of Houzz" award for Design on Houzz®, the leading platform for home renovation and design. Sea Island Builders has been pro...
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Jan
29

Best Windows for Coastal Homes

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 It's all about the view! Many people choose to live on the southeastern coast for its temperate climate and variety of amazing settings.  Whether marsh, ocean-front, deep-water, or small tidal-creek, each unique location provides different but equally beautiful views. Among the many considerations must be ma...
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Jun
13

Charleston Flood Maps

Sea Island Builders uses state-of-the-art technology to assess and provide studies of current and future Charleston flood maps and offers flood risk management studies​   The 2019 Atlantic hurricane season is officially upon us. Beginning June 1 and running until November 30, potential storms are almost always a running topic of conversat...
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