The borough of Florham Park in Morris County is an ideal place to live for its suburban environment, touted as “a community of volunteers.” The area is served by good schools and enjoys a lot of recreational activities such as Summer Gazebo Concerts and a lively Fourth of July Parade and Fireworks Display.

If you are building a home in this area, here is a list of some of the best general contractors in Florham Park, firms who bring many years of experience building throughout Morris County and nearby locations. Among these builders are National Association of Home Builders (NAHB) Certified Aging-in-Place Specialists (CAPS), Certified Graduate Associates (CGA), Certified Graduate Builders (CGB), Certified Green Professionals (CGP), Certified Graduate Remodelers (CGR), and Graduate Master Builders (GMB).


JCS Construction

39 Riverside Dr. Florham Park, NJ 07932

This luxury apartment in Maplewood was overhauled with a new modern kitchen and breakfast nook bookending the relaxing blue and white living room area. A light brown wooden pillar anchors the marble-top waterfall-edge center island which offers both eat-in and storage space along its perimeter. Glossy white cabinets line the wall around the gray backsplash. A royal blue couch provides great views of the city through the windows around the nook. The bathrooms get special treatment too, with gold and silver fixtures mounted on the textured shower walls.

Florham Park-based JCS Construction is the team behind this remodel. Third-generation builder Joe Seneca sits at the helm of the firm, continuing a 60-year family legacy. Serving New Jersey for over five years, JCS has brought the highest quality of craftsmanship to homes and commercial properties alike. The firm has also expanded to providing audio and video customization for home theaters and office systems.


Feury Construction, LLC

230 Brook Valley Road Towaco, NJ 07082

A cool gray and white motif unites this L-shaped kitchen in Chatham Township. Quartz countertops line the prep spaces and center island, which is surrounded by bar stools that match the stainless steel fridge, range, and drop lights. Gray tile backsplash also appears behind the range, while the white farmhouse sink is set against a broad window. Recessed lights further illuminate the space.

Robert Feury leads Feury Construction, the team behind this remodel. For over 20 years the firm has provided personal and dedicated service to homeowners across New Jersey. The team has often exceeded clients’ expectations with its professionalism, great communication, and project management as it delivers quality work, often completed ahead of schedule.


Charles Louis Custom Homes

319 Bay Lane, Mantoloking, NJ 08738 

What began in 1985 as a husband-and-wife team has grown into a partnership of family and friends building together throughout New Jersey. Owner and builder Charles Schaafsma has come to be known for the elegant trim that goes into his work, something his subcontractors have become familiar with in over 30 years of working together.

This can be clearly seen in the coffered ceilings, large mantel, and wainscoting across this Colonial home in Chatham Township. The classic gray exterior opens to a series of trimmed entryways leading from space to space on the first floor. A traditional fireplace warms the living room, which connects to the outdoor spaces through sliding French doors. Behind the space is the marble countertop kitchen, with a white wood range hood and cabinets lining its U-shape. Herringbone backsplash appears behind the range, while the undermount sink area looks out to the surrounding foliage through broad windows. The freestanding tub gets a similar view in the master bath, fronting a glass-doored rainshower and a double vanity. The carpeted and white-pillared basement also gets its own kitchenette. A wooden deck descends onto a sprawling yard at the back.


MS Warraich Associates

700 Kinderkamack Road, Suite 302 Oradell, NJ 07649

Named 2020 Remodeler of the Year by the Metropolitan Builders & Contractors Association of New Jersey, MS Warraich Associates has been building and remodeling homes across New Jersey since 2013. Owner Hasnain Nasar brings over 15 years of experience in construction and interior design to the firm, having established a construction company in Pakistan in 2005 as well. 

MS Warraich remodeled this home in Florham Park with a double-height coffered ceiling in the living room. White walls and black accents continue the motif of the modern exterior, along with the natural stone around the fireplace. A wooden dining set with bench seating sets off the large kitchen beneath the interior balcony. Gray and white marble countertops and backsplash line the prep spaces along the U-shape, as well as the 4-by-10-foot eat-in center island. An enclosed family room is coated in a royal blue, with built-in shelves flanking the fireplace mantel. Upstairs, the master bedroom sits beneath a soaring vaulted ceiling. The master bath features shiplap walls behind the white double vanity, a freestanding tub beneath full-height windows, and a glass-doored rainshower with subway tiles and pebble flooring.


JCL Contracting

657 Pompton Avenue, Cedar Grove, NJ 07009

An ornate glass chandelier lights up the gray motif living room of this home in Maplewood. Black-framed windows bring natural light into the first-floor spaces, most notably in the corner dining area. The kitchen features a waterfall-edge marble eat-in island lined with teal wire mesh bar stools. A gray backsplash lines the range and prep spaces behind a white hood and cabinets, as well as the black-cabinet bar.  

This remodel was completed by JCL Contracting. New Jersey Institute of Technology Concrete Engineering degree-holder President John Lehmann established the firm in 1975. JCL has since built both residential and commercial projects for home and business owners in the northern counties of New Jersey. The firm has been hailed New Jersey Contractor of the Year four times and the Northeastern United States Contractor of the Year six times by the National Association of the Remodeling Industry, as well as National Contractor of the Year in the Specialty Category.


Magnolia Home Remodeling

1640 Vauxhall Road, Union, NJ 07083 

Magnolia Home Remodeling reoriented the kitchen, dining, and living room spaces of this home in Verona into an open floor plan. A radiant ceiling brightens up the white-cabinet kitchen. The base of the center island follows the theme of the living room, where a black L-shaped couch sits at the center. A bar area extends behind it, where a round wooden dining table provides views of the lush greenery through a large window. Metal chandeliers further illuminate the space.

Owners Chris Fontana and Vic Fiore each bring over two decades of experience in residential remodeling to Magnolia Home Remodeling. The firm has been providing vinyl siding, roofing, and window installation to kitchen, bathroom, and basement remodeling to homeowners across New Jersey since 1996. Clients have come to trust the firm for its quality work and project management.


Archuleta Builders

45 S Park Place, #174, Morristown, NJ 07960 

2020 NAHB Remodeler of the Year Alan Archuleta, CAPS, CGA, CGB, CGP, CGR, GMB, brings over 25 years of experience to Archuleta Builders, which he started in Morristown in 2008. The Colorado State University Construction Management degree-holder has also served in the leadership of the NAHB, the Metropolitan Builders & Contractors Association of New Jersey, as well as Morris Habitat for Humanity. Archuleta Builders builds and remodels homes throughout the state.

Stone-clad steps lead up the sloped site to the Grecian pillars that frame the main entrance to this contemporary remodel by the firm in Madison. Classic details accentuate the flowing layout of the interior, coated in soft neutral tones. A traditional white wood fireplace warms the living room. Through a trimmed opening is the U-shaped kitchen, which features white wainscoted cabinets and a glass tile backsplash with a marble-top wood-base center island. A pull-out spice rack lines the left side of the stainless steel fridge, which fronts more storage space across the room. Custom built-in shelves also flank the bed frame in the master bedroom. The master bath features a claw-foot tub and a marble-top dual vanity interspersed with deep wood cabinets and drawers.


Monk’s Home Improvements

1095 Mount Kemble Avenue, Morristown, NJ 07960

What began as a painting company in 2007 has grown into a full-service home improvement firm trusted by clients throughout New Jersey. Founder Ty Monk has been maintaining and renovating firms since he was 14. His brother, Trevor, later joined Monk’s Home Improvements after transitioning out of the US Army and New Jersey National Guard. Today, their team maintains a family atmosphere as they work to meet their clients’ needs and even exceed their expectations with their great communication skills and commitment to staying within budget and schedule.

“The Gentleman’s Privy” is a full bath built by Monk’s for the Tyvan House in New Vernon as part of the Mansion in May. Transformed from an outdated black and brown bath, the space retains its masculinity even as it creates a peaceful respite in its gray walls, white wainscoting, and intricately patterned floor tiles. The freestanding tub matches the elegant tones of the walls. The wood base of the double vanity provides a great contrast to the overall motif. A glass door with a molded frame opens to the tiled alcove shower.


Jack Finn & Company Building Contractors LLC

Suite 2, Brassworks on Grove, 105 Grove St. Montclair, NJ 07042

The magic is in the little details of this renovation of a turn of the century home in Florham Park. Additions included a support kitchen, an exercise room, a full bathroom, and an executive home office, as well as a pool pavilion with a fireplace. They were all finished to match the existing exterior of slate roofing, pecky cypress trim and window, and French doors. The wood motif in the interior goes from a fresh white near the passage to the backyard to homey rustic grays and browns in the kitchen and dining areas, as well as the bathroom. The family room mixes warm red paisley and muted blue tones to match the accents. The sprawling backyard also houses an outdoor grill and dining area, while a gated, heated, motor court was also built for the three-car garage.

This renovation was provided by Jack Finn & Company, a residential builder that has been serving New Jersey since 1980. President Jack Finn leads a team of skilled project managers and carpenters in bringing this same attention to detail to every project, whether it’s a kitchen or bath remodel or a Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design (LEED)-certified renovation.


Geiss Custom Builders

327 Millburn Ave 2nd Floor, Millburn, NJ 07041

An elegant wrought iron and wooden staircase connects the spaces across this multi-level townhome in Florham Park. On the main floor is a coffered ceiling living room with a stone-clad fireplace wall flanked by dark custom woodwork shelves. A few steps up you’ll find the library/office, which also features built-in shelves behind the wooden work desk. Through white French doors are the glass chandeliered kitchen and dining room. White rustic cabinets line the U-shaped kitchen, with a dark wood island at its center, and continue along the dining room wall, which also features a custom wine rack below the stone backsplash. Upstairs, the master bedroom sits beneath a glazed molded vaulted ceiling. The spa-like master bath features a glass-doored tub shower and natural stone tiling on the walls and floors. There’s also a home gym on the property. More eclectic light fixtures appear across the different floors.

The name behind this townhome is Geiss Custom Builders. CEO Cliff Geissler, GMB, CGR, has led the firm while building over 150 luxury custom homes throughout 27 of Northern and Central New Jersey’s most prestigious communities since 1990. Geiss has received multiple Awards of Excellence from the Metropolitan Builder Contractor Association of New Jersey.

Author

  • Jake Gustafson

    Jake has served as Senior Editor at General Contractors and brings a wealth of experience rooted in his passion for building. Holding a degree in Construction Engineering Management from Oregon State University, he actively engaged in industry-related activities, including membership in the Associated General Contractors of America student chapter and participation in the Associated Schools in Construction student competition. Previously, Jake served as a project engineer for a prominent general contractor in Portland, where he played a pivotal role in various aspects of construction projects, from pre-construction to subcontractor management. His expertise extends to working on innovative projects, such as North America's largest CLT commercial building. Expertise: Commercial Construction, Commercial Remodeling, Home Design and Build Key Highlights: Editor at General Contractors, Project Engineer for Portland-based general contractor, Field Engineer for the largest CLT commercial building in North America Education: Oregon State University, Degree in Construction Engineering Management