As many people know, the popularity of modular homes in New Jersey has been increasing in recent years, in no small part due to Superstorm Sandy in October 2012. Modular homes have been a viable option for decades, but only in the past 5-10 years have we really noticed them becoming more mainstream. Years ago, as you may imagine, in terms of design, they were not much higher up the food chain than trailers. Today, however, it’s difficult for a … Read More
Complete Construction & Remodeling has had the pleasure of working with dozens of different NJ homeowners in the aftermath of Superstorm Sandy that swept through our shores in October, 2012. As many of you know, homeowners and business owners throughout New Jersey lost their homes and businesses during the massive storm. Homes that weren’t lost were later found to be damaged beyond repair.
Unfortunately, many of these homeowners did not receive enough compensation from insurance companies and state agencies to … Read More
Recently, Complete Construction & Remodeling set a custom modular home for a homeowner in Belmar NJ (Monmouth County) and we were fortunate enough to have a video crew on hand to chronicle the day’s events into this time-lapse video.
Now that the home is set, the Complete CR crews are busy putting on the finishing touches, which include everything from the kitchen appliances to the decks and porches. Many people don’t realize that, although NJ modular homes can sometimes be … Read More
One of the most frequently asked questions that we receive is, What will it cost to raise my NJ house? This article will outline several details that you need to be aware of and that will help you make a more informed decision about your raising and rebuilding process.
First, we understand that house lifting can be confusing. Whether you live in Monmouth County, Ocean County, or elsewhere at the Jersey Shore, chances are you have never had to raise … Read More
We understand that there are endless questions about the New Jersey Reconstruction, Rehabilitation, Elevation, and Mitigation (RREM) Program.
This is the federally-funded $600 Million program that provides up to $150,000 to eligible homeowners in the form of grants. The RREM program is intended to “fill the gap” between the cost of repairs and other funds the owner has received to repair the structure.
There have recently been a few very important changes in the RREM program for homeowners to … Read More