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MCS is excited to announce our latest web-based software launch this month. This software program will integrate customer interaction with a real-time look at daily progress on each job. Clients will be able to view everything from project cost, change orders, daily logs from our on-site team, pictures, videos, work schedule, etc. It allows clients to electronically sign off on any selections or changes to scope as well as real-time messaging and notifications with our team. We are moving towards a seamless integration with our job site updates as well a paperless environment to eventually streamline the building process. Stay tuned for updates as we continue to strive for the best customer satisfaction!
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Modular construction is a great way to build an addition. You get the quality and price advantage that modern modular homes are known for along with faster build time. Speed is particularly beneficial when building modular additions since the construction will temporarily disrupt your family’s life, especially if you remain in your home while the work is being done.

Modular  additions come in two types. The most popular type is attached to the side of a home to create either a separate living unit, such as an in-law apartment, or additional rooms, such as a bedrooms new kitchen, dining room, and great room. Some customers build an in-law apartment at the same time that they build a new modular home. The second type of modular addition is set on top of a one-story home to make it into a Second Story Modular Additions.

  • When do modular home additions make sense and when do they not make sense?
  • Should you remodel your existing home when building a modular addition?
  • Does it make sense to complete other construction projects, such as building a deck, at the same time that you are building a modular addition?
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Before you spend too much time considering an addition, find out whether or not you can build one, and what will be required if you can. There is any number of issues that can prevent you from going forward. Not surprisingly, several of the issues that affect your ability to build an addition are the same as those that can restrict what you can do with a particular building lot. “Finding and Preparing a Building Lot“.

  • How can covenants and deed restrictions impact on your ability to build an addition?
  • Why can an easement or right of way prevent you from building an addition where you want to on your property?
  • How do zoning regulations affect your ability to build an addition?
  • Can you build a detached addition, that is, an addition that is not directly connected to your existing home?
  • Could the building inspector require you to update features in your existing home to bring it into compliance with current building codes?
  • How could having a septic system impact on what you are allowed to build as an addition?
  • What must be done to make it possible for the crane and set crew to set up in the proper location on your property?
Before entering into a contract to build an addition, determine how you will pay for it. If you intend to use a lender to finance the construction, you may have a choice of either an equity or a construction loan. To use an equity loan, you must have sufficient equity in your home, since the lender will only allow you to borrow against that equity. An appraiser hired by your lender will determine the amount of equity in your home. If you owe money on your home but the mortgage is small, the appraisal is less likely to matter, since the lender will have sufficient collateral even with a low appraisal.

If you have little equity in your home and need a construction loan, the lender may require a down payment. It will also want an appraisal of your home that includes the proposed addition. Before you spend too much time exploring modular home construction costs, speak with a couple of lenders to see what they can do for you.

Modular Addition Pricing, Specifications, and Plans

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If you are able to build an addition, you will need to work with each of your dealer candidates to determine modular home pricing and specifications. The steps will be essentially the same as for building a single-family modular home, except that you will probably need at least one of the dealers to help you create custom modular home  plans. 

Although most manufacturers build additions, few offer standard house addition plans. Many standard modular home plans, however, can do double duty as additions. For example, small ranch modular homes can serve as in-law apartments, and the second story of an appropriately sized two-story can work as a second-story addition. 

You must provide prospective dealers with photographs and approximate measurements of the inside and outside of your home. This will help them create a design that meets your needs and fits your existing home. When you sense that a particular dealer can help you, invite him to see your home and take his own measurements.

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When building a modular home, it is recommended that you hire a general contractor (GC) with modular-home-construction experience. In some respects, this advice is even more important when building custom modular additions. There are usually a number of surprises when building an addition, regardless of the type of construction. Most of them derive from the fact that you are connecting a new structure to an existing structure that was not specifically designed to accept it. Surprises are typically more frequent and complex with an older existing home. Construction surprises almost always cost money and time, and they can cause personal stress, especially if you remain in your home throughout the project. The best way to manage the challenges of building an addition is to have a professional GC directing the activities. 

The GC tasks will be similar to those in building new modular homes. For more information, The General Contractor’s Responsibilities,” in The Modular Home. These tasks include completing the site work, foundation, plumbing, electrical, heating, and interior and exterior carpentry. The GC will need to build any site-built structures you need, such as a deck. He will also be responsible for completing some construction tasks that are unique to building an addition. The following are examples of GC responsibilities that will be discussed in the full chapter of the book:

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  • What should the GC do with the electrical, phone, and cable TV wires that are connected to your existing home?
  • What must the GC do to make the electrical service and panel box in your existing homework with your modular addition?
  • What needs to be done so the GC can interconnect the smoke detectors in your existing home to those in your modular addition?
  • When should the GC tie the heating and cooling systems of your existing home into the systems for your modular addition?
  • Should you consider electric heat for your addition?
  • When should the GC tie the hot water system of your existing home into the system for your addition?
  • How might the topography of your property affect the construction of an attached modular addition?
  • How much damage should you expect to happen to your landscaping and driveway when you build a modular addition?

The electrician can use the existing electrical meter or add a second meter when connecting an addition to the electrical service.
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Building an Attached Modular  Addition

Attached custom modular are sometimes built to create a separate, additional living unit and sometimes to create more living space. Most zoning boards consider any addition with a separate kitchen to constitute a separate living unit, which requires that the wall between the two units serve as a “fire stop.” The full chapter of the book will explain how this can be done. It also discusses the following issues relating to building an attached modular addition::

  • What needs to be done to ensure that the intersecting roofs of the addition and existing home shed water and snow properly?
  • What steps might need to be taken to make the roofs from your existing home and the attached addition structurally sound?
  • What other steps do you need to take to attach a modular addition to your existing home?
  • What is an ECHO (Elder Cottage Housing Opportunity) addition?
  • Can you build an ECHO home for your parents or in-laws if your town’s zoning regulations don’t specifically allow you to do so?
  • What will you need to do to disassemble your modular addition, whether or not it is an ECHO home if you later choose to do so?

Building a Second Story Modular Addition

If you are building a second-story addition, you are most likely doing it to create more living space rather than a separate living unit. The GC will turn your one-story into a two-story by removing the roof from your home and immediately setting the new second story with its own built-in roof on top.

The speed of modular construction is a tremendous benefit when building a modular second story addition since the addition can be set in place within hours after the roof is removed from your existing home. Once the addition is in place, the inside of your home is protected from a sudden storm. A site builder cannot really protect your home as quickly. Another advantage is that the second story can be finished faster. This means your family can use the upstairs more quickly, even if it must wait to enjoy the downstairs until the remodeling is completed. The full chapter of the book discusses the following issues relating to building a modular second-story addition:

  • What size and style of existing homework best if you want to build a modular second-story addition?
  • Why should you hire a structural engineer before designing second-story  home additions plans, and what must he do?
  • How do you get the electrical power, water, sewer, and heat to the second floor of a second-story modular addition?
  • How do you coordinate the exterior appearance of a second-story modular addition to your existing home?
  • What do you do when building a second-story modular addition if you have a chimney?
  • What else do you need to do when building a second-story modular addition?

When a ranch is made into a two-story, it can look like a brand-new home.

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Designing your dream space does not have to be daunting; while the choices and options may seem overwhelming, we have a few tricks up our sleeves to turn your fantasy into a reality. We will walk you thru your dreams, helping you to envision all the possibilities, and make the most of your expanding space without expanding your budget. 

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Over our 30 years helping homeowners to build their dreams, we have assembled a team that works seamlessly to take your from zoning and permits to the final CO. From architects and surveyors to electricians and masons; from excavators to erectors, we put your team in place to maximize your budget, minimize the process time, and most importantly, to reduce your stress. Our pre and post set managers handle coordinating and communicating with all the various parties involved in making your dream a reality. So sit back, and let us build your dream space. 

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Remodeling a home is a big undertaking, but a well-planned home addition will pay for itself time and time again. Boost your home's value and extend its square footage with an impactful home addition. Maximize your investment by selecting the perfect materials and details to enhance your home's value and character. Whether you are planning a one-room  addition, a second-story add-on, or an outdoor room, check out our photos of additions for inspiring ideas to implement in your own home addition. Ensure that your new home add-on is a success with our helpful home remodeling ideas, inspiration, and expert advice. 
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We offer two-story, cape, ranch, and raised ranch floor plans as well as custom designed and tailored floor plans that meet your most demanding requirements. Additional expertise includes fabricating estate homes, multi-family residences, apartment complexes, and housing developments. Large projects include custom hotels and motels, assisted living facilities, townhouses, and 55 plus senior communities.
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Finding a custom home contractor to build your new home or add to your existing home might seem overwhelming. Rely on our exclusive team of professionals to finish every custom home building project with superior craftsmanship. We also estimates and consultations throughout the process to keep you thoroughly informed and satisfied with your new or renovated home.
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Prefabricated homes, often referred to as prefab homes or simply prefabs, are specialist dwelling types of  prefabricated  building, which are manufactured off-site in advance, usually in standard sections that can be easily shipped and assembled.

We are New Jersey’s premier modular home builder.  We offer many design choices or can manufacture any home from your own plans.  Modular home construction offers accelerated construction, exceptional quality, and affordability.​

At NJ Modular Construction Service, we can take care of the demolition of your existing home as well.  We can build you a home and have it completed in as little as 6 weeks from time of order.  Our modular homes are manufactured with Energy Star rating making them energy efficient.  All walls are 2” x 6” construction with R-21 insulation as a standard and not an option.

Our design and build capabilities encompass the full realm of construction from the smallest ranch to the largest two-story condo complex or townhouse.  Our design team will help design your new home to accommodate your lifestyle, fulfill your dreams and exceed your expectations.  Our attention to detail at NJ Modular Construction Service and commitment to quality provides the foundation for each home, commercial structure and the multi-family unit we build.

Please visit our Floor Plans Page to select from one of our many designs, including two-story traditional colonials, classic Cape Cods, stylish ranch homes, as well as modern architecturally appointed designs.  Let our team assist in the design and construction of your new home, from custom floor plans, beautiful kitchens, spacious bathrooms, and a wide variety of floor coverings.  Let us make your dreams and affordable reality on your next NJ modular home.
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How much do Modular buildings cost

The average national cost of adding a room or building an addition is $41,664, with most homeowners spending between $21,006 and $64,668. This data is based on actual project costs as reported by HomeAdvisor members.

Many homeowners eventually come to that daunting dilemma: whether to buy their dream house or transform their current home into that dream. Once you make the commitment to build an addition, you've probably decided to go down the latter road. This decision might be something you've long considered, or it may have been thrust upon you by an expanding family. In either case, recognize that this will be a profound investment of time and money, but one that, if done properly, will enhance the value of your most important investment: your home.

Do You Know The Difference Between Prefab Homes Construction And Manufactured Homes?

Modular Building

This picture shows a module being lowered in place by a crane. With modular building, the house is constructed in separate box-like modules which are then secured together to form a whole. Since the modules have to be transported on the backs of flatbed trucks over highways, they generally have to be no longer than the truck and no wider than 16’. This traditionally meant that every room in the house had to be less than 16’ wide, but with new technology, old barriers in a modular building are breaking down and houses are becoming infinitely customizable.

Modular building usually doesn’t allow for additional structures like garages or porches to be built in the factory, but by combining panel building and modern modular building techniques, modular home factories are able to deliver your home up to 90% complete.
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While built in a factory like prefabs, there is no construction that happens on site. Manufactured homes are constructed on a steel frame, shipped on its own wheels, and then laid on a crawl space, or a slab of concrete. In some cases, the wheels that got the house to the build site aren’t even removed, just covered up with side skirting. The picture on the right has had to skirt added to try to conceal that it is a manufactured home.

Manufactured homes don’t tend to age well, are prone to maintenance issues, and are generally considered to be the worst type of home to live in.

The Difference Between The Two

Building Codes

Prefabricated houses of all kinds must adhere to state and federal building codes and undergo regular inspections, just like any site-built home. This ensures that prefab homes are at least as safe as their site-built counterparts, though there is evidence that a well-built modular home is even more sturdy than a similar site-built home. Manufactured homes on the other hand only have to adhere to HUD standards(Department of Housing and Urban Development) which has much more lenient rules and regulations.

Resale Value

Unlike prefabricated homes which are considered real estate and so maintain or increase in value over time like a site-built home, manufactured homes are considered personal property and so lose value as soon as it’s driven off the lot, just like a car. Their value will continue to decrease for the full life of the home.

Building Limitations

While prefabricated housing used to be limited to very basic designs, modern building techniques have allowed prefabs to become just easily customizable as site-built homes. Unfortunately, manufactured homes are still very much constrained, and have extremely limited options. Most manufactured homes dealers will have the home pre-built and then just sell their available stock. This means that any customizations made would be done by the owner.


Prefab homes are traditionally wood framed, but the push toward modern styles and sustainable living has forced the industry to adopt steel-frame construction for some projects. This allows modular and panel built homes a flexibility in design that allows for custom architecture. Some manufactured homes still have the tin-can look of years gone by and some have been modernized to look almost like a standard home, but there is little to no room for exterior alterations or creativity.


Perhaps the largest difference between prefab homes and manufactured homes is the quality of the final product. Modular homes are built with factory precision using 25% more material on average than either site-built or manufactured homes. According to FEMA, they stand up better in extreme weather, and they require comparatively little maintenance.

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When talking about different kinds of homes, there may be some confusion in regards to the terms used to discuss what kind of house is being built. Prefab, Modular, Panel Built, and Manufactured are sometimes mistakenly used interchangeably, but they all mean different things.


Short for Prefabricated housing, “Prefab” is a broad term that encompasses several different types of building. Technically, any home that has sections of the structure built in a factory and then assembled on site can fall under the “prefab” designation. Both Modular and Panel Built fall under the umbrella term of prefab, but just as different types of dogs are all canines but differ from each other, 
Modular and Panel Built both qualify as a prefab, but are still different.
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As you can see in the video to the right, panel building is accomplished by laying down the floor and then lowering each section of wall in to place one at a time.

This type of construction can be useful in building houses that don’t work neatly as modules and it can be just as structurally sound as other types of prefabricated building. The commercial prefabricated building is often done this way as it allows for wide open spaces and high ceilings. It is also much less expensive to transport a building in panels than in modules if it is large enough.

In the video, you will notice that both the first and second story floors are bare when they are lifted in. This is not always the case. Sometimes manufacturers will already have placed anything that can be bolted down. Toilets, sinks, dishwashers, and anything else that can be properly secured during travel can be pre-attached to the floor and cabinets and light fixtures can be pre-attached to walls. This means less work for the builder and saved time and money for you

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  1. Home Addition & Remodel Cost Guides

    ​​These major Building projects can be scary and expensive. But doing homework on the front end can help you develop a firm budget, a clear vision and a more fruitful relationship with your contractors. It might also lessen the fear factor. Start with the biggest, broadest questions - What do you hope to accomplish with the project and how much do you have to spend? Then your contractors can help you work your way to the smaller questions about specific materials, etc. That kind of strategic planning should bring clarity to the project, which could be the most valuable asset you bring to the table

    ​Size and Complexity of the Addition or Remodel

    Some cost factors here are obvious, such as the size of a porch or extra room. But the nature of each project carries levels of complexity that might not be immediately apparent. Early on, you'll want to get a handle on how many general contractors, electricians, plumbers, carpenters or decorators you'll need to complete the project. You'll also want to consider the cost of permits and inspections. Then, budget at least some extra cushion for the unexpected. An example: Perhaps you have an older home, and when your contractors tear up your carpet, they discover structural problems with the flooring or maybe the plumbers find old pipes that need to be replaced. Hope for the best, but plan for at least a bit of the worst.   Continue Reading -->
  2. Because the interior for an addition can be so involved, it's easy to forget or discount the effort needed to make the exterior shine. You will need to consider the siding and roofing materials you would like to use to finish this space. And you might weigh the quality of exterior materials against their visibility. Also in the cost of the addition, be careful to factor in the permits needed and the work needed to prepare the foundation.
    The Value of Your Remodel or Addition
    Yes, these big projects can be daunting undertakings. But driving the project’s moment must be your goal to reap the benefits once it's done. You will have a more beautiful and functional home. And if you execute your project strategically, you'll find that its worth considerably more than when you started. Kind of makes all the sawdust and fear worth it.

    Workers for an Addition or Remodel

    Depending on how your size-and-complexity plans work out, you may find you need one general contractor, or you may find you need a team of specialized professionals. For example, if you are doing a remodel, you may want to start by consulting an interior decorator. But, as with hiring any home professionals, you want to be cautious about whom you choose. For instance, watch out for decorators who offer free services - these can actually be a manufacturer's representative pushing certain products. Besides narrowing your options, you may pay more in the long run. A flat-fee decorator might look like a great bargain at the outset, but make sure that this person won't insist on acting as your exclusive buyer agent. You don't want decorators who will steer you toward marked-up products that carry larger commissions for them. Always check prices you get from your decorator against retail.
    You may also need to hire people that you didn't even think about - such as a structural engineer. The structural engineer inspects the foundation, infrastructure, curtain wall, insulation and building envelope. Through careful inspection and comparison to the approved building plans, the engineer can ensure that the actual building meets the drawings provided and that any necessary corrections are made. While this might be an extra cost that you didn’t initially anticipate, the safety of your structure is paramount, and this simple exercise can save you money and legal hassles down the road.

    Budget for an Addition or Remodel

    Once you have your plans in place, remember that you can always make changes that modify your budget as you go. For example, maybe get a mid-grade carpet instead of the highest grade available. Wait for a sale to purchase items like paint, appliances or new windows. Use coupons. Look for rebates. If you have the time, plan your remodel or addition as early as possible and start purchasing items you know you'll need early. This way you are incurring a slight cost over time and not a large cost all at once. You may also be able to afford a higher end product that you would normally not be able to afford if you tried to purchase everything at one time.

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Since the beginning, Modular Construction Services has been committed to helping homeowners throughout the region have a stress-free experience throughout the addition process. Beginning with our free, on-site consultations, we will provide you with an accurate estimate of what it will take to turn your dreams into reality.

Customer care and quality construction are the first priorities at our New Jersey mod construction services, and this philosophy shines through in each step of the building process. Regardless of the size or complexity of your addition, we have the expertise that you need to ensure a seamless process.

As the most trusted name for  Additions to Homes in the region, MCS provides exceptional benefits to all of our customers, including home additions, prefab additions, plans, modular pricing.
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While we pride ourselves in our 45-day setting up period, we never let any detail slip. Our reliable on-site management controls the time spent on each project, which means your custom home is ready in less time. 

Thanks to our Systems Built Technology, 80% of our units arrive completed at the construction site and come pre-inspected. This eliminates delay times caused by failed inspections and unexpected costs to your custom home. In addition, the custom homes we build are more eco-friendly due to their quick turnaround times, which reduce the amount of waste created from construction. We also use 20% more wood than traditional structures, which equates to 20% more energy efficiency in your home.
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The first step for home remodeling is to schedule an appointment at your home with a member of our staff and our licensed architect. We will take measurements and determine the best use of the space. Whether you are adding square footage, removing walls to create an open floor plan, or finding ways to bring in more natural light the possibilities are endless.

Presentation of your Architectural plan and Cost Estimate

We will then schedule an appointment at our office to meet with our staff to go over your plan and cost estimate. Assuming we meet all of your expectations we will begin the permit process.

Plan Completion/Construction

A typical renovation or addition requires building, electrical, and plumbing permits. We handle this entire process. Having a licensed builder, licensed plumber, and licensed electrician will ensure that your project is done safely and will meet all the municipalities' requirements. Once we obtain the permits, the remodeling process will begin and you will soon be enjoying your dream home.

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I'll personally work with you to design the patio you desire for your home. Whether you have your own vision or need some ideas, I help you determine how to transform your outdoor space into exactly what you envision... and then work with my team to make it happen for you. 
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Working with a fast, effective Modular Home Construction method is our expertise, but we still recognize traditional protocol. We never work without first consulting with our engineering team, who determines how your project will be affected by zoning requirements, availability of utility, and the existing structure of your home (if applicable). When plans and budget have been determined, our modular building contractor then secures the proper permits. 

Only after these necessary steps have been completed do we break ground on the project. It sounds extensive, but taking these measures ensures the quality of your home for years to come.
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