The new garage holds eight cars, whereas the last location held only two, according to C. Scott Goldy, CEO of Shore Customs. He expects to do more business with the additional space.
“I have five installers,” Goldy said, “and three of them had to work outside. They started working outside in 2002.”
The extra interior space allows for extended projects, like installing certain stereo systems, that weren’t possible previously.
Shore Customs’ last location was leased, but has purchased the new garage, which gives the company more independence.