Under Construction Builders Serves Region From New Ship Bottom Office

Sep 08, 2017

Under Construction Builders has been serving Long Beach Island and the Manahawkin area since 2010. The company recently moved from its Brant Beach location to a new office at 256 West Ninth St. in Ship Bottom, opposite the Southern Ocean County Chamber of Commerce.

“Our General Manager, Jay Stack, has been coming to his home on the island since he was a young boy and was thrilled to expand Under Construction Builders’ business beyond the Camden County and Burlington County areas to include Ocean County,” company representatives said in a press release for HomeFront.

UCB has been specializing in design/build, remodeling and new construction for over 25 years with a team having combined experience of more than 100 years.

Under Construction Builders specializes in updating existing LBI homes to increase functionality to suit a change in either lifestyle or family size.

“Whether modernizing a bath or kitchen or adding on additional living space, a remodel to your treasured beach house may be the perfect solution to updating your home.”


Materials for Shore

“A coastal environment, like Long Beach Island, poses unique challenges when it comes to remodeling and new construction. UCB offers many maintenance-free suggestions that are ideal when renovating a beach home,” the company advises. “Some of those include using a composite decking material to eliminate the maintenance of staining and sealing a deck, and vinyl replacement windows that require no painting or scraping.”

Another beach-friendly option is LVT (luxury vinyl) flooring, which replicates hard wood but is easy to maintain and is water resistant.

Also, fiber cement siding is a material that is resistant to wind, rain, termites and rot.

“The process of remodeling a beach home can be daunting, especially if you are tackling the project from your primary residence in the off-season,” noted company operators. “Under Construction Builders will help manage the long-distance remodel and keep the process stress-free.”

The phone number is 856-354-0831 and the fax number is 856-354-0835. —M.S.

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