Additions in Morris Township

Home Additions Morris Township New Jersey

Additions, specialist and a custom home builder in Morris Township NJ ? Putting an addition on your home could be a pretty pricey investment. Having that money at stake, it is very important to be smart and spend some time researching before undertaking a large remodeling or home addition project. Do some researches on your local real estate market to get a good idea whether your project will profit your investment at the time of sale. All your research has to be specific to your area. By doing your research you will be able to find out what home addition investments recuperate the most. The best advice, depending on the situation, is to invest in a remodeling your home or doing an addition when you are planning to stay in your home for some time, giving you that time to enjoy your home improvements. Although in some cases the renovation is strictly done for resale value which is good too, but in that case it is typically better to make smaller renovations.

Additions in Morris Township
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Additions in Morris Township

Morris Township
50 Woodland Avenue
P.O. BOX 7603
Convent Station, NJ 07961-7603
973-326-7360

Morris Township was originally formed as of March 25, 1740. Portions of the township were taken on December 24, 1740, to form Roxbury Township, and on March 29, 1749, to form Mendham Township. Morris Township was incorporated as a township by an Act of the New Jersey Legislature on February 21, 1798. Portions of the township were taken to create Chatham Township (February 12, 1806), Passaic Township (now Long Hill Township, on March 23, 1866) and Morristown (April 6, 1865).

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