A South Bay Custom Home Builder Comes Home- Joe La Monica Custom Builders is Back in Town

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Joe La Monica and La Monica Custom Builders are back in the South Bay area of Los Angeles, Ca. Building state of the art, high quality custom homes and offering helpful and valuable tips and insight from a nearly 30 year career in the construction industry.

 Palos Verdes Estates, Ca.- July 13.2014 (PressReleasePoint) - Aspiring home owners looking to build custom homes on the Palos Verdes Peninsula or the South Bay of Los Angeles, Ca. have a new builder and his blog to aid them.
La Monica Custom Builders is a premier builder of high-end, custom homes with close to 30 years of experience. With over ten years in the Southern California area and just back from a very successful sixteen years in the Lake Tahoe area Joe has returned to the South Bay with fresh ideas and a new blog.
The owner of La Monica Custom Builders. Joe La Monica has worked in construction for most of his adult life and now specializes in unique, high-quality custom homes, especially on cliff sides and other abnormal lot topography. LaMonica Custom Builders focuses on quality in all aspects of the building process, but especially the unique finishes customized for each individual owner.
With his practical experience, website and blog Joe LaMonica, http://www.lamonicacustombuilders.com, offers his site visitors and clients the best information, highest quality materials and workmanship for making that perfect custom home.
In his blog postings Mr. La Monica will focuses on information and personal antidotes that include solid advice for anyone considering building a custom home.
The site is an asset for aspiring homeowners and even brokers and real estate agents can glean new insights into the details that separate the truly custom home from the rest.
The goal is to eliminate the need to research multiple websites to gather the information needed to make an informed decision.
Joe has outstanding expertise and materials knowledge well suited to the needs of the discerning Palos Verdes Peninsula home market and all of the neighborhoods and cities in the South Bay including Manhatten Beach and El Segundo.
Joe LaMonica’s background and experience uniquely qualifies him to build your custom home.
Before becoming a licensed contractor, Joe was a carpenter and then a project superintendent for many years.
Before moving to Southern California Joe actually started out in Massachusetts, then after obtaining his license in 1984 he was involved in several high-end, custom homes and commercial projects in the Palos Verdes and South Bay Beach areas.
After that fate and opportunity converged and Joe became one of the premier builders in the Lake Tahoe area, owned and operated his own custom millwork shop, and earned the respect of his fellow custom home builders.
In 2002 Joe was awarded the Award of Distinction from the Washoe County Design Commission for a home built in Incline Village, NV. This home and others inspired the architectural magazine, Builder/Architect, to write a Cover Story on Joe and his company.
For almost 30 years now Joe LaMonica has been providing extraordinary service with integrity, honesty and a commitment to excellence for his clients.
To learn more about Joe LaMonica and his many project, and to read his most current postings
Visit http://www.lamonicacustombuilders.com/
As 2014 moves into 2015, Joe LaMonica will continue to evolve and add to his site with more blog posts and articles of interest. 

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