Archives: November 2012

The San Martino ~ New Model Home Under Construction in Grande Dunes!

The San Martino is our latest Mediterranean design, and addresses our growing requests for “one living space” home plans.

An elegant foyer with barrel ceiling, spacious master suite, a tremendous outdoor living space (including a “birdcage” over the pool area), as well as 3 guest rooms make this a very livable home in a compact footprint. The 3-car, angled garage is large and easy to get in and out of. Contact us for additional information on this home and to schedule a tour soon!

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Fall 2012 25th Anniversary Newsletter, Volume II

Carrell Group has now released its 25th Anniversary Newsletter, Volume II, for the Fall 2012. There is more information packed into this 16 page booklet than ever before. We hope anyone reading our Carrell Group Newsletter will find useful information in one or many of the articles.

The articles in our latest edition include many hot topics: Further Price per Sf discussion, Three new model homes under construction, Trends in Residential Construction, Trends in Brunswick, Horry, and Georgetown county, and an entertaining “Carrell-lina Lifestyle” section.

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IBHS Awards Pee Dee Nephrology FORTIFIED for Safer Business Designation

Florence, S.C. – (November 1, 2012) – The Insurance Institute for Business & Home Safety (IBHS) today awarded a FORTIFIED for Safer Business™ designation to the new Pee Dee Nephrology medical office in Florence, S.C.

The 9,700 sq. ft. Pee Dee Nephrology office is the first building in S.C. and the first medical office in the country to earn the FORTIFIED for Safer Business designation; it is the second FORTIFIED for Safer Business designated building in the U.S. The Pee Dee Nephrology building was designed and built by the Carrell Group, headquartered in Little River, S.C.

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SATISFIED CLIENT

Living on the waterfront in the NC coast is beautiful and has many advantages, but it is also a challenging environment for a house. With no buffer, the house is daily subjected to strong winds, salt air, and ocean noises. Then during any type of storm, the water and wind are fierce! The ICF concept is ideal for this environment. Its benefits are many, but I summarized them by saying "that the house is tight ...almost like sealed". Noise is minimal, water issues are of little concern because...

- Jerry Reynolds
Calabash, NC 2006

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