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C APE GAZETTE, Friday, October 9 - October 15, 1998 - 51 ! --- - Rehoboth.Dewey Chamber nominates officers, &rectors The Rehoboth Beach-Dewey Nominated to the Chamber of dent; Chip Hearn of the Starboard, Beach Chamber of Commerce has Commerce's Executive Board Peppers and Ice Cream Store for a list of nominees for its Board of are: Lana O'Hollaren of the Re- secretary/treasurer. Directors and will announce the hoboth Outlets for president; Jen- election results at the chamber s nifer Zerby of Boardwalk Plaza Nominated to the Board are: next monthly meeting on Hotel for first vice-president; Sue Krick of the Summerhouse Wednesday, Nov. 4. Scott Swingle of PNC Bank, Saloon; Dayna Quillen of Grand The slate is as follows: Delaware for second vice-presi- Rental Station; Rob Marshall of ]ACK LINGO Lou Cristaldi , 227-3883 REALTOR 227-2988 Home A trademark of Apex Homes, a modular housing producer, is its blend of modular construction with panelized and stick built construction. The Apex technique is illustrated in homes such as this one, located at 308 Dutch Rd. in Rehoboth Beach. the Atlantic Oceanside Motel; Wendy Baker of Property Man- agement Professsionals; Katie Doherty Cahill of the Atlantic Sands. New nominees to the board are: Marvin Carney of Grotto Piz- za; John Wolfle of the Thunder- bird Shop; Roberta Wuttke of Rocky Mountain Chocolate Fac- tory; Dottie Beane of L.L. Bean Store; Marshall Jackson of the VF Factory Store. The official ballot will be mailed to the full chamber mem bership on Monday, Oct. 12. The ballots will then be counted and Boines Continued from page 49 nological advancements of both panelized and modulars. Apex homes are built at the Pennsylvania factory and trans- ported to the actual construction site. The completed home con- sists of a series of pieces designed to be transported easily to the building site and assembled on the foundation. Boines said he takes customers step-by-step through the entire process, first sitting down with them and working out their re- quirements and then designing the floor plan on a high-tech program called "Computer Aided Design." Once the floor plan is set, Boines sends it via e-mail to Apex who then designs and builds the home to the customer's exact specifications in an environment where it is not exposed to exces- sive heat or moisture. All of the homes are built so they comply with the Sussex County Housing Code, he said, a law that mirrors the Council of American Building Officials code for stick-built homes. Boines said the decision to go , with the Apex Homes line was easy. "We were interviewing and seeking out the best modular sup- pliers and we knew that Apex had done some homes in the area," he said. "We interviewed and select- ed Apex because of its capability and selectiveness." Modular construction, as con- structed by Apex Homes, offers the client the opportunity to cus- tom design their home in many different ways. For example, the home buyer can modify or up- grade their general construction specifications, custom design their floor plan to meet their spe- cific needs, design their own ele- vations, change windows, roof pitch and style, increasethe size of their rooms and add Jacuzzis and skylights. Many of the fea- tures of an Apex home are actual- ly built to commercial specs, he said, which make them even more unique. A turn-key operation Boines said one of the most at- tractive features of modular hous- ing is its "turu-key" feature. He said the hassle-free opera- tion of modular housing with Boines Beach Homes takes the pressure of setting the house, Site preparation, acquisition of the necessary permits, sewer and wa- ter hookups and the completion of work required to obtain a certifi- cate of occupancy off the home buyer. Boines Beach Homes even works with different mortgage companies to provide full service for their clients. "That way the home buyer doesn't have to worry about any- thing except picking out a home," said Dan Boines. Although pricing of the individ- ual home depends on the specifi- cations and requirements of the individual home buyer, Boines Beach Homes features line-item proposals that gives the customer the all-inclusive information up- front before any construction ever begins. Once the "base house" in- formation is presented to the client, they can decide what to add or deduct from the equation. He said this allows him to "lock in" on a price quote for a client. Qualified professionals Boines Beach Homes carefully selects subcontractors from a hand-picked pool of professionals for each home, said Boines. Working with such a network of professionals allows Boines Beach Homes to schedule the sub- contractors so that the homes are built in a timely manner and en- sure quality craftsmanship. "We have a blend of people we work with," said Dan Boines. "The qualities we look for are de- pendability and excellent work- manship." For more information about Boines Beach Homes, call 227- 3400 or 800-669-6263. results announced. I ] The 3 L's in Real Estatet. ] List with Lou at .... Llngo's GREAT GET-A,WAY Enjoy the panoramic view of Rehoboth Bay in this charming 3 bedroom, 2 bath, bay cottage with fire- place and 2 screen porches all for $205,000. ( Order a student subscription todayl Cape Gazette: 64-7700 ) S of Eagles Landing DAY EurOpe Comes To Rehoboth Beach Luxury located two and one-half bath townhomes Swimming pool, tennis courts, clubhouse, unity close to shopping outlets and beaches. 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