07:44AM | 03/28/07
Member Since: 03/27/07
1 lifetime posts
I live in central NJ and would like to have a modular home built. I would like some help finding a reputable builder.


05:47PM | 01/29/08
Member Since: 01/28/08
4 lifetime posts
Let me know if you want to look at our modular homes. We design/build them and can ship them anywhere in the U.S. I can be reached at

We are currently bidding a project in Philadelphia, PA.


10:33AM | 07/19/08
Member Since: 07/17/08
3 lifetime posts
Whatever you do don't go with this company. I had nothing but problems in getting this very simple 4 box colonial completed at enormous cost overruns, legal fees and 1.5 years vs the 3 months promised.

here are some of the challenges the owner had during that time:

1. The mother of his formen died

2. he had 4 secretaries in that time

3. his daughter had a major car accident

4. his new foreman stole from him and was subsequently arrested

5. his second ex wife had a brain tumor

6. he had his own multiple health issues.

7. I had to settle $$$ as it would have cost more to sue and tehn would probably have never collected


12:57PM | 10/30/08
Member Since: 10/29/08
1 lifetime posts
Hi: I live in Central NJ and am looking to do a 2 level modular addition. How did your project go and if you went modular, who did you use and how has the modular unit been performing?


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