NJ Home Builder partners with NJ’s premier builder and dedicated to quality and customer service like no other company can. We can offer a complete turnkey project solution for NJ House Raising, Demolition, New Custom Homes, or Modular Homes.
If you trust your project with NJ Home Builder you will be assigned a dedicated project manager to lead your job from planning to permits to completion. We want to make sure you under why you should raise your house and how we do it.
Attention to our customers needs is our greatest asset we can offer, which results in a quality project which stays on budget and a timely schedule.
Raising your NJ home is a very demanding, complex and necessary at times. You should choose a company with the knowledge and experienced crew to get the project done right. We are local, licensed, insured and highly professional NJ house raising company.
NJ House Raising Serving the Jersey Shore from Mantaloking To LBI.
Hurricane Sandy changed the way we look at New Jersey for ever, House-raising / Lifting is very important in storm damage prevention and provides a major improvement to your living space. We have the expertise in house-raising to help preserve the beautiful homes all along the Jersey Shore.
Each year there is a 1% chance of another similar storm hitting the Jersey Coast. Do you want to take that chance? Raising your home greatly increases the likelihood of still having a house after the next big storm hits our area.
Many factors are required for firm pricing, which include, FEMA elevation and zone. This will let us know what type of foundation is required. For example a V zone requires pilings, so a block foundation will not work in this situation. To raise a NJ house on to pilings we need to be able to temporarily store your home out of the way to allow a crane to come in to pound in wood pilings. If that is not possible due to space being limited, your home can still be raised, but the process get’s a little more complicated and costly. In this case we would need to use helical piles in lieu of conventional wood pilings. Learn more about the cost to raise a house in NJ.