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Sea-Dar takes the stress out of home maintenance


Left and top right: Photos by Brian Vanden Brink. Bottom right: Photo by Rania Matar.

The property services provided by Sea-Dar Construction safeguard primary residences and vacation properties while freeing homeowners from the worry and time commitment needed to administer regular home maintenance throughout the year.

Sea-Dar Construction created the Property Services division to meet the demands of homeowners who require a variety of services to maintain their home and keep it operating at peak performance. These services are customized to meet the individual and sometimes unique needs of a property. Seasonal startups and maintenance, winterization, security check-ins, interior and exterior inspections, and preventative system maintenance and/or repair are just some of the services Sea-Dar’s Property Services division offers.

Additionally, Sea-Dar offers peace of mind with 24/7 emergency response. Whether your property has a sudden leak, damage from a fallen tree, or power outage, Sea-Dar’s team of professionals is ready to respond and start repairs immediately, any day of the week. And if a storm is imminent, Sea-Dar can prepare your property for the inclement weather.

Sea-Dar also provides property expansions and renovations. The 25-year-old firm has earned multiple awards from Boston Magazine, the Builders and Remodelers Association of Greater Boston, the Home Builders & Remodelers Association of Cape Cod, and the Boston Preservation Alliance. 

Sea-Dar Construction • 508-419-7372 •

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