Price Home Group641 Mill Creek Rd
Manahawkin, NJ 08050
- (609) 225-9573
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“When you want the right home, built for the right Price at the New Jersey Shore…choose PHG”
The Price Home Group (PHG) team is comprised of area experts who can answer all of your questions and provide information on remediation, home elevation and new home construction. Flood Elevation is one way to prevent further loss and to keep the cost of FEMA flood insurance as low as possible. They also stay up-to-date on all of the various government grant programs and can help you with the Increased Cost of Compliance (ICC) process.
As an exclusive distributor of Ritz-Craft Homes for this region, their team of experts has access to the resources necessary to quickly and efficiently rebuild your coastal home. By utilizing modular construction, they can ensure that you are back in your home in a quicker and more affordable fashion. By choosing to build with PHG, you can rest assured that they will always work their hardest to save you money, limit your tax liability and maximize your financing options and flood insurance benefits.
Led by: Jeremy Price
Why They’re Unique: Unlike others who flocked to the shore after Sandy, PHG is proud to be from the beautiful Garden State. They understand the devastation that Hurricane Sandy caused in areas such as Beach Haven West, Ortley Beach, Mantoloking, Seaside Heights and other barrier islands. As a New Jersey registered General Home Contractor and New Home Builder, they offer a one-stop solution for elevating your current home or building a new, modular home.
When selecting a builder it’s smart to ask for references and bonding capacity. Bonding capacity is an important indicator of a contractors experience and success. For example the Price Home Group is bonded for 5 million dollars of residential construction projects.
They Can Answer Questions Relating to:
1. How do i know how much i need to raise my home?
2. Whats the difference between a modular home and stick home?
3. What is the turnaround time for a modular home