A new beach home in Seaside Park, NJ

This Seaside Park beach home was destroyed by Hurricane Sandy just a few months after being purchased. The new design is constructed 8′ above the ground on wood pilings in accordance with FEMA guidelines. Raising the floor height above flood levels will provide added protection to the home and this family’s investment for the future. Currently under construction, check back for updates.


 

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View of home, pre-Hurricane Sandy.

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Water levels rose 3′ on the interior of the home, requiring a complete demolition due to mold.

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Wood pilings driven over 20′ into the sand serve as the new foundation, raising the first floor 8′ above the sand.

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First floor framing and walls.

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Second floor framing

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Plywood sheathing – home is taking shape


 

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    • tallahassee seo
      8 years ago - Reply

      Howdy! I could have sworn I’ve been to your blog before but
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    • www.purevolume.com
      8 years ago - Reply

      Thanks for sharing your project. I really appreciate your efforts and interested in seeing the progress.