Sound Harbor Development, LLC
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Sound Harbor Development (SHD) is a design/build/consulting company for custom building and remodeling with a stellar reputation for integrity, quality craftsmanship and excellence in product delivery in a timely fashion.

The company's owner; Gerard Lavelle, personally consults, assists and designs all homeowners regardless of the size or value of their home's project. Each of SHD's projects are distinct and always built on our reputation. We pride ourselves on our "in-house" design services and "on-site" building and installation of our woodworking and cabinetry. This process facilitates the greatest customer's vision for their home.

Services Provided
Custom Homes, Green Building, Historic Building Conservation, Home Additions, Home Extensions, Home Remodeling, New Home Construction, Sustainable Design, Universal Design

Areas Served
Long Island, The Hamptons, New York City, Westchester County

Certifications and Awards
Nassau License HO 440920000
Suffolk License 53081-H
Long Beach License 12086
Southampton License L001666
East Hampton License 8394-2014
NYC Home Improv License 2028039-DCA
NYC Sales Person License 2028040-DCA
Westchester License WC-27969-H15
Long Island & The Hamptons Custom Builder & Remodeler | Best of Houzz

Contact: Gerard Lavelle
Location: 199 Brower Avenue
Rockville Centre, NY 11570
License Number: HO440920000
Commented: Backsplash info please It's white handmade Mexican tile in a 2 x 4 size installed in a herringbone pattern that was purchased from Portico Tile.
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Commented: Back splash It's white handmade Mexican tile in a 2 x 4 size that was purchased at Portico Tile.
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Commented: beautiful stone...can i ask where is that from? and what type? Yes, it is very nice. It is Westchester Stone. It is available in most larger stone yards. One locally is State Material in Westbury.
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Commented: What is the color of the hardi plank siding shown ? The color is Navajo Beige. Another color that is a little less yellow and very nice is Cobble Stone.
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Commented: wall paint It's Benjamin Moore Historical Collection's Wickham Gray.
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