Steve Cederquist

Steve Cederquist was born and raised in Southern California. The Arcadia native spent his teen years working weekends and holidays with his dad in the custom cabinetry business before being indoctrinated full time into the family business after college. Since then, the sought-after contractor – who first rose to stardom working on many celebrity homes in the late 80’s to current and now on the hit HGTV show Flip or Flop for 3 seasons and 15 episodes – has become a savvy businessman who built his flourishing company from the ground up.

His approach to remodeling is equally straightforward and refreshing. Rather than walk into a home with his own agenda, Steve prefers to connect with his clients on a personal level.

Steve has owned and operated several construction companies over the years and has remodeled over 500 homes. He personally handpicks every project, whether it’s a multi-million-dollar mansion, a multi-family home or a run-down home in desperate need of some TLC.

Now, with the launch of his new business “Steve Cederquist Designs”, he’s at the top of his game. With three seasons of a hit TV show under his belt, a pilot in the works and his company being sought after by both celebrities and folks around the country – Steve remains one of the hardest working men in the business.

Steve Cederquist has achieved success as a Hollywood reality TV personality (Flip or Flop), founder of a renovation design company, and award-nominated philanthropist. But before he got here, he took dangerous detours through alcohol, drugs, criminality, and destructive relationships. The trauma of child protective services moving his kids into foster care drove Steve to reform. Against all odds, Steve Cederquist turned his world around. In Get Out Alive: Surviving and Thriving After Drugs, Guns, Gangs, Dysfunction, and Crazy, he shares his story. Between chapters you’ll meet a cast of characters who go through Steve’s self-growth exercises. The responses of these characters are visceral and, throughout the book, you’ll see their progress. We’ve all made an error here and there; that’s how we learn. The natural path from there is to apply what we’ve learned and move on. Can you picture an imaginary dumpster? Prepare to deposit into that dumpster the things that are keeping you too close to risk, in harm’s way, threatening your survival. Grab a pencil and open this book. It’s all designed to inspire you to positively transform your life by applying Steve’s dynamic approach. You’ll make massive shifts-even when you feel hopeless about some of the stuff going down in your life. Especially then.

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