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R2R Meeting 13 pdf

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May 15, 2008

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  • 1. Mark your calendar for upcoming Roadmap to Recovery meetings… Thursday, May 15, 2008: Rebuild Options – A variety of contractors present their approaches to rebuilding Wednesday, May 28th: Special Mixer, Music and Evening with Marjorie & Ken Blanchard (6:30 pm on patio for hors d'oeuvres & refreshments) Thursday, June 5th, 2008: Fund Control, Special rebuild vendor offerings and concept of Owner/Builder Thursday, June 29th, 2008: Post-Disaster Legal Issues Revisited, including overview of current status of Ins. Code Sec. 2051.5(c)
  • 2. R2R Presentations Available On-Line RBCPC Firestorm Recovery Plan The mission is simple: To befriend Survivors of Firestorm 2007 and help restore lives and homes by ministering to physical, emotional, and spiritual needs Click: www.rbcpc.org Firestorm Road to Recovery Series - PDFs - Powerpoints
  • 3. SoCal 2007 Wildfire SoCal 2007 Wildfire Roadmap to Recovery: Roadmap to Recovery: Rebuilding Options: 4 Contractors Rebuilding Options: 4 Contractors Present Their Rebuild Strategies Present Their Rebuild Strategies May 15, 2008 May 15, 2008 Rancho Bernardo Community Presbyterian Church Rancho Bernardo Community Presbyterian Church www.unitedpolicyholders.org
  • 4. Insurance Survey A leading insurer recently told a national television news audience that 97% of its claims from the 2007 Wildfires have been satisfactorily settled; The California Department of Insurance has reported receiving only 29 underinsurance complaints from San Diego County relating to the 2007 Wildfires. WHAT ARE THE FACTS? If you suffered property damage (total or partial) in the 2007 Wildfires, please fill out the insurance survey at http://www.zoomerang.com/Survey/?p=WEB227QRCRB2FZ (This web address is also printed on the front page of tonight’s handout) *Survey is confidential. No personal information about individual participants will be disclosed. Participants can be anonymous. Survey sponsored by three nonprofit organizations doing recovery work in areas affected by the ’07 Firestorm: RB United, United Policyholders and Rebuilding Mountain Hearts and Lives
  • 5. United Policyholders announces: “Ask An Expert” On-Line Forum A new information resource for ’07 Firestorm Survivors On the Forum, you can pose a question to: A Lawyer A Claims Handling Professional A Previous Catastrophic Loss Survivor “Ask An Expert” is restricted by invitation only. If you are a 2007 Firestorm Survivor and wish to receive an “invitation”, send an e-mail to: Emily@unitedpolicyholders.org Please put: “Ask An Expert Invite” in the subject line of your e-mail.
  • 6. Mark your calendar for upcoming Roadmap to Recovery meetings… Thursday, May 15, 2008: Rebuild Options – A variety of contractors present their approaches to rebuilding Wednesday, May 28th: Special Mixer, Music and Evening with Marjorie & Ken Blanchard (6:30 pm on patio for hors d'oeuvres & refreshments) Thursday, June 5th, 2008: Fund Control, Special rebuild vendor offerings and concept of Owner/Builder Thursday, June 29th, 2008: Post-Disaster Legal Issues Revisited, including overview of current status of Ins. Code Sec. 2051.5(c)
  • 7. The Fine Print… The information provided in this program is intended for general educational purposes only. It should not be construed as legal advice The speakers at today’s program are volunteering their time as educators Neither United Policyholders nor the Rancho Bernardo Community Presbyterian Church endorse or warrant the quality or services of any volunteer speakers
  • 8. Special Thank You’s Angelica Quiroz and the RBCPC Food Service Ministry
  • 9. Going home one step at a time Celebrating along the Road Home: Ideas and Encouragement from Cedar Fire Survivors, United Policyholders, and RBCPC
  • 10. Remember where you started Celebrating along the Road Home: Ideas and Encouragement from Cedar Fire Survivors, United Policyholders, and RBCPC
  • 11. How long it takes … Shalinsky Family 2/2005 March – November 2nd Floor framed Hoping & Praying: Ground Breaking 9/18/04 12/2003 Foundation 11/2004 Site cleared Poured 1st Floor framed 10/26/03 6/14/04 12/2004 8/14/05 Firestorm Nov - May Blessing Land Leave of Home Dealing with change, change, change… Absence Paying off old home loan Choosing architect/builders Choosing paints, decorations, Designing home/ HOAs, Permit process furniture, decisions, decisions! Securing home loan {Planning your move – Ordering Furniture, 2 – 4 month lag} Don’t forget the landscaping - 6 mo!
  • 12. And where you’re going Celebrating along the Road Home: Ideas and Encouragement from Cedar Fire Survivors, United Policyholders, and RBCPC
  • 13. This too will pass … Celebrating along the Road Home: Ideas and Encouragement from Cedar Fire Survivors, United Policyholders, and RBCPC
  • 14. Unique Opportunity This Evening Four builders Homeowners with these builders HOA feedback (Whispering Ridge for Stonefield) Introductions
  • 15. Points to consider wrt your new home What features are most important to you? What must you keep? What can you live without? How much of yourself do you want to invest in the construction phase? What can you afford? Back-up financial plan? What do you expect of your builder? Attention-to-detail? Big picture? Makes thing right? Project planning? Done well but running late – OR – On time and done Perfection? Done Well? Just get me home? How does your communication style meld with your builder? How will you handle inevitable delays?
  • 16. Dale Andersen DE Andersen Construction
  • 17. Overview of DE Andersen
  • 18. Examples of homes built
  • 19. Examples of Construction
  • 20. Examples of Construction
  • 21. Thank you References available upon request Tour of DE Andersen homes available as well G. Scott Harper Design Consultant / Project Management (714) 865-2039
  • 22. ED SMITH Envision Homes, LLC Envision Land & Development License # 470995
  • 23. Our Company Building Quality Homes in California Since 1984 Single Family Homes Custom and Semi-Custom Member of the Better Business Bureau Member of the San Diego Building Industry Association Member of the San Diego North Chamber of Commerce
  • 24. A Complete Process for Fire Survivors Insurance- Guidance through the maze. Design- Designing your home the way you want it. Cost Clarification- All fees and construction costs are reviewed thoroughly prior to contract signing. Community- Neighborhood Build Program.
  • 25. A Complete Process (continued) Construction- Building the highest quality homes within a 120 day construction schedule. (Some home sizes may require additional time.) Warranty- Upon completion of construction, homeowner receives a 2-10 Warranty - protection on structural issues for 10 years.
  • 26. Our Commitment Maximize Your Insurance Claim Custom Home Designed for You 120 Day Construction Schedule Direct Access to Building Progress Weekly Conference Updates Warranty Service Private Home Builders 2-10 Warranty
  • 27. We’re Here for You! Ed Smith 858.332.2080 Bob Bourdette 858.332.2081 16835 West Bernardo Drive, Suite 209 Rancho Bernardo, CA
  • 28. Thank you.
  • 29. Gaitaud Construction Design & Development Corp. Office 858-451-8280 Cell 858-518-9020 email: philgaitaud@hotmail.com
  • 30. • Phillip and Karen Gaitaud have been RB residents for 10 yrs. – Primarily a single family and custom home builder – Have built housing tracts and multi-unit projects. – Largest project was 132 units. • Each home is unique with regards to the owners needs (no. of bedrooms and bathrooms). – We provide a simple breakdown for cost per square foot and plug-in costs to suit your rebuild needs. • We have provided custom production costing upon request • Production costing is available to any family requiring assistance for rebuild.
  • 31. • For families with Insurance difficulties, we can suggest alternate finishes to reduce construction costs. • Homes will be completed and ready for move-in in a timely manner. • Additional cost of $8,000 to $10,000 for grading, soils report, sewer hook ups and utility tie-ins. • All other items required for final and move-in are included in the cost. • No retaining walls are included.
  • 32. • After the Cedar fire our Company Rebuilt 20 custom homes for fire survivors. • Our company was established in 1984. – Company is Licensed with the State of California Contractors Board – Members of the Better Business Bureau – We carry Commercial General Liability: $1,000,000, Personal Injury: $1,000,000, General Aggregate: $2,000,000, and Workmen’s Compensation Insurance. – The Company is bonded with the State of California. – We require that all funds be distributed by Dixieline Builders Fund Control.
  • 33. • My Subcontractors are all local Licensed Contractors who have worked for my company for many years. – I consider us a Family. • Resume and a list of References and homes that are open to view are available upon request.
  • 34. WITCH CREEK FIRE REBUILD 2007 Gaitaud Construction Design & Development Corp. Rebuild Specifications and Pricing
  • 35. Pricing Specifications are based on a 3 to 5 bedroom, 2 bath, with 2 car garage , including a set of Architectural & Structural building plans designed to your liking. Your Customized Home would include: •All Homes Built to suit All Updated Codes: Building; Fire; Electrical; Mechanical; Plumbing and Title 24 Energy & Envirornmental. •Granite slab kitchen counters, •Stone bath counters •Flooring includes Stone Travertine tiles or Porcelain Tile floors through out
  • 36. •Kitchen amenities include GE Profile Appliances— Double Oven; Built-in Microwave; Gas Cooktop w/ Hood Vent; Dishwasher & Double Sink with Widespread Upgrade Faucets & Garbage Disposal •Bathroom Amenities include: Upgrade Faucets with 8” widespread; Spa Tub; Tiled Showers •42” Fireplace •Milgard Vinyl Windows w/Lifetime Warranty •Six Selections of molded 8’ Tall Doors with Upgraded 2-7/8” Door Casing and Upgraded 5-1/4” Baseboard .
  • 37. •Pre-Wired for Security system; CATV; Phone & 7.1 Surround Sound System •Smooth Hand-Applied Exterior Plaster Finish •Custom paint with selected colors at Ceiling , Walls , Doors and Trim •Garage door opener •Driveways, Exterior Walkways and Patios include Ackerstone concrete pavers.
  • 38. All items are fixed cost. • Select carpet , Sheet vinyl Flooring and Tile at Bathroom and Kitchen Counters Price reductions of $7,000 to $12,900. • 3250 Square Foot Home and 480 Square Foot Garage; Total Area 3,730 SqFt. Total cost $529,660 Price per Sq. Ft. $142. Select carpet and tile, discount $12,900 • 2000 Square Foot Home and 480 Square Foot Garage; Total Area 2480 SqFt. Total cost $376,000 Price per Sq. Ft. $152. Select carpet ant tile, discount $8,300
  • 39. Additional add-ins Include: •Add each additional Powder bath $ 2,500. •Add each additional Bathroom with Shower or Tub $6,500. •Add each additional Fireplace $3850 •Add Veggie Sink $1,600 •Add for Single Garage Door with Operator $800. •Meet with Our Representative and Receive an Itemized Cost Estimate to Customize your New Home.
  • 40. Gaitaud Construction Design & Development Corp. I personally want to thank all of you for attending this “Roadmap to Recovery” Meeting and the Rancho Bernardo Community Presbyterian Church for providing the location and United Policyholders for inviting builders to present our building options and philosophies. I will be available to answer any questions and setup meetings if you so desire. Sincerely, Phil Gaitaud
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  • 42. 1) Full name of construction company and speakers for 5/15 (for introductory slide); Stonefield Development. Patty and Dennis Moser, Consultants representing Stonefield Rebuilding San Diego. 2) Does the company build custom homes, merchant program or both? Is a mid-size, family owned, custom home builder. Stonefield Development has become one of Southern California’s leading builders of custom homes by adhering to the industry’s highest standards of quality craftsmanship, by providing its customers with nothing less than the utmost in satisfaction and by carrying on a tradition of timeless elegance.
  • 43. 3) What year was the company established in its current business form? (How long has the company been in business?) 1986. 20 years. 4) Has the company built homes in a post-catastrophic situation before? If so, when/where and how many homes? Yes! After the 2003 Cedar Fires Stonefield successfully rebuilt 81 homes in the Whispering Ridge area of Scripps Ranch. This resulted in a lower cost per square foot, additional amenities and customization, and in some cases larger homes. The Scripps Ranch Rebuild was the most gratifying project we have ever worked on. We were the pioneers and became the national blue print for group rebuilding following a natural disaster.
  • 44. 5) What type of pricing does the company use? Fixed Price Contracts only. QUALITY CUSTOM HOMES from $140.00/SF including: • CUSTOM DESIGN SERVICES by award winning Architects to your specifications • IN-HOUSE INTERIOR DESIGN SHOWROOM SERVICES • COMPLETE PRICING WITH A FIXED FEE CONSTRUCTION CONTRACT– no surprises • GREEN CONSTRUCTION – Title 24 + 35% compliance with a $4000 rebate from SDG&E • 2-10 HOME BUYERS WARRANTY INSURANCE that transfers with the sale of your home
  • 45. 6) Is the company licensed by the CA Dept. of Insurance? (What is their contractor license number?) California Contractors License #497376 7) Is the company a member of the BIA (Building Industry Association)? Yes. Building Industry Association of San Diego County, Building Industry Association of Orange County, Building Industry Association, Desert Chapter. 8) What type of insurance coverage(s), and in what amounts, does the company carry? (E.g., workman's comp., liability, etc.) •$1 Million Liability Insurance Coverage (Each occurrence will cover up to $1 million) •General Aggregate- limit is $2 Million •$1 Million limit for -workman’s comp •Course of Construction (Same as Homeowners Insurance-covers fire and theft up to the value of the loss. Advantage for fire survivor is double coverage). exuâ|Äw|Çz gÉzxà{xÜA Tzt|ÇA
  • 46. Break Out Sessions for Fire Survivors Open to 9:30 pm: Firm Stop time Upstairs: State Farm : Dormer West Farmers : Skylight West Allstate : Upper Courtside East USAA: Small room off lobby Other Companies: Fellowship Hall
  • 47. Mark your calendar for upcoming Roadmap to Recovery meetings… Thursday, May 15, 2008: Rebuild Options – A variety of contractors present their approaches to rebuilding Wednesday, May 28th: Special Mixer, Music and Evening with Marjorie & Ken Blanchard (6:30 pm on patio for hors d'oeuvres & refreshments) Thursday, June 5th, 2008: Fund Control, Special rebuild vendor offerings and concept of Owner/Builder Thursday, June 29th, 2008: Post-Disaster Legal Issues Revisited, including overview of current status of Ins. Code Sec. 2051.5(c)
  • 48. Gaitaud Construction Design & Development Corp. Additional slides
  • 49. All items are fixed cost. • Select carpet , Sheet vinyl Flooring and Tile at Bathroom and Kitchen Counters Price reductions of $7,000 to $12,900. • 3250 Square Foot Home and 480 Square Foot Garage; Total Area 3,730 SqFt. Total cost $529,660 Price per Sq. Ft. $142. Select carpet and tile, discount $12,900 • 2000 Square Foot Home and 480 Square Foot Garage; Total Area 2480 SqFt. Total cost $376,000 Price per Sq. Ft. $152. Select carpet ant tile, discount $8,300
  • 50. All items are fixed cost. •Select carpet , Sheet vinyl Flooring and Tile at Bathroom and Kitchen Counters Price reductions of $7,000 to $12,900. •3250 Square Foot Home and 480 Square Foot Garage; Total Area 3,730 SqFt. Total cost $529,660 Price per Sq. Ft. $142. Select carpet and tile, discount $12,900 •3000 Square Foot Home and 480 Square Foot Garage; Total Area 3,480 SqFt. Total cost $501,120 Price per Sq. Ft. $144. Select carpet and tile, discount $11,900
  • 51. •2750 Square Foot Home and 480 Square Foot Garage; Total Area 3,230 SqFt. Total cost $471,588 Price per Sq. Ft. $146. Select carpet ant tile, discount $10,700 •2500 Square Foot Home and 480 Square Foot Garage; Total Area 2980 SqFt. Total cost $441,040 Price per Sq. Ft. $148. Select carpet ant tile, discount $9,900 •2250 Square Foot Home and 480 Square Foot Garage; Total Area 2730 SqFt. Total cost $409,500 Price per Sq. Ft. $150. Select carpet ant tile, discount $8,900
  • 52. •2000 Square Foot Home and 480 Square Foot Garage; Total Area 2480 SqFt. Total cost $376,000 Price per Sq. Ft. $152. Select carpet ant tile, discount $8,300 •1750 Square Foot Home and 480 Square Foot Garage; Total Area 2230 SqFt. Total cost $343,420 Price per Sq. Ft. $154 . Select carpet ant tile, discount $7,000
  • 53. Travertine Stone Floor
  • 54. Some of the Styles of Granite Countertops that are available to you are seen here
  • 55. Some of the Styles of Porcelain Floor Tiles that are available to you are seen here
  • 56. Standard Plumbing Fixtures are shown below Moen Kitchen Faucet Master Tubs Kitchen Sinks Merich Madison II Houzer stainless steel Bath 2 Tubs American Standard Bath 2 Faucet Water Closets Moen Kingsley T6025 American Standard Cadet 3 Powder Room Faucet Tub-Shower Faucet Set Moen Kingsley T6125 Moen Kingsley 2113 Bath Sinks
  • 57. Standard Door Styles & Trim are shown below S810 Fiberglass entry door Colonist interior door Cremona interior door 2 7/8” 119M Colonial Casing 5 ¼” 188M-5 Colonial base Schlage Plymouth handleset
  • 58. Some of the Lighting Styles Available Others may be viewed in a brochure with our representative ENTRY #1 MEDITERRANEAN MISSION:

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