Last updated on May 21st, 2024 at 02:44 am

Chatham is a small suburb in New York, coming in around 8,000 residents. It’s known to be one of the safest cities in New Jersey. Chatham is a town that’s perfect for raising a family: it’s filled with residential homes and the town has its own community of impressive builders.

This list presents the best general contractors providing work in Chatham. The firms on this list are veteran builders who have been servicing clients in the area for decades. In addition to a familiarity with the area and its building codes and regulations, these firms service referral and repeat clients for both new custom homes and remodeling projects. 

Zukswert Remodeling Co.

28 River Rd., Chatham, NJ 07928

Handling jobs that require expert craftsmanship is an easy feat for this firm thanks to its 50 years in the industry. With proficient skills in project management and in-depth knowledge of impeccable business practices, Zukswert Remodeling has been repeatedly hired to craft a range of home projects including new construction, remodeling, additions, and general home repair. Thanks to the team’s veteran expertise, 80% of the firm’s work comes from referrals and repeat customers.

London Construction

61 Woodland Rd., Madison, NJ 07940

London Construction is a trusted firm when it comes to high-quality design and construction. It has been providing custom remodeling, home improvements, and renovations for over 15 years, working closely with its clients from design concept to construction completion, London’s project managers ensure quality construction regardless of project type, their staff insists on quality materials to ensure they’re consistently delivering their clients’ needs and desires on time and on budget.

London Construction has developed strong relationships with many of its clients. The firm’s projects include custom-made kitchen cabinets, bespoke furniture, home additions, bathroom renovations, and kitchen remodels.

Charles Louis Custom Homes

319 Bay Lane, Mantoloking, NJ 08738

Charles Louis Custom Homes specializes in residential development in various communities. This firm’s talents and 36 years’ worth of expertise—combined with continuous communication with the client from start to finish—have made the firm a trustworthy name that thrives on referrals. The firm’s projects consist of custom residential homes, kitchen and bathroom renovations,  additions, and even finished basements. Many of these projects can be spotted in Chatham, Madison, Montclair, Glenn Ridge, even South Jersey in Mantoloking and Normandy Beach.

Iorio Contractors

597 River Rd., Chatham, NJ 07928

Iorio Contractors has a rich history steeped in tradition. So perhaps it comes as a surprise that the 66-year-old veteran firm deals with modern materials and methods to make classically designed homes livable in the 21st century. That design approach is evident in the firm’s additions/alterations, historic restorations, kitchens or baths, and new homes in a range of styles. Those styles include Georgian Colonial, Victorian, New England Farmhouse Cottage, and Federal, among many others. Iorio Contractors is also quite experienced in completing smaller projects, including hardscapes, waterproofing and drainage, libraries, porticos, and entryways.

Scandic Builders

55 South Finley Ave., Basking Ridge New, NJ 07920

Scandic Builders is a business run by a family with strong Scandanavian roots. After their permanent relocation to the states in the 1990s, the family took the opportunity to fuse their knowledge of American and Scandanavian building and renovation techniques. Under that experienced leadership, Scandic Builders has built a portfolio of high-quality structures that range from a 500-square-foot renovation to a 10,000 square foot new home designed to enhance the client’s lifestyle. Aside from beautiful craftsmanship, Scandic Builders also focuses on preserving the environment; the firm incorporates renewable energy sources, recycled and sustainable materials, and green technologies. 

All County Renovations

14 Pitt Rd., Springfield, NJ 07081

Since its establishment in 2008, All County Renovations has developed a strong reputation as one of the area’s most trusted builders. Thanks to its client-centric approach, All County Renovations is capable of providing quality workmanship. And that dedication to craft is evident in a wide variety of the firm’s projects. The firm’s portfolio showcases kitchen, bathroom, and basement remodels, as well as interior renovations and additions. That focus on quality extends to smaller projects; the firm provides decks, porches, windows, doors, trims, built-ins, and flooring. 

Classic Construction Services

2 Hickory Road, Summit, NJ 07901

Classic Construction Services has over 20 years of experience. During that time the firm has consistently demonstrated high-quality workmanship. Its portfolio includes a wide range of projects, many of which showcase its specialization in moderately-sized additions, bathrooms and kitchens, remodeling, and restoration work. The firm also provides smaller projects: masonry, painting, roofing, and stairs and tiling work. A full construction firm that has delivered outstanding results, the majority of Classic Construction Services’ business runs on word of mouth and referrals. Currently, the firm is managed by company principal Ian Woodcock. A master builder and carpenter, Woodcock specializes in design-build working in collaboration with many local architects. 

Primavera Builder

117 North Union Ave., Cranford, NJ 07016

Primavera Builder is a veteran firm with over 40 years of industry experience. Over the years, it has built new single-family homes, additions, and kitchens among many other projects. These projects can be spotted in Union County and the surrounding areas where clients have experienced the team’s outstanding work ethic and high attention to detail up close. One great example of the firm’s skills is this custom home renovation in Chatham. The project was an entire home renovation, but the bathroom’s transformation into a luxurious transitional space is especially interesting. Alongside its raised-panel cabinets, the bathroom also has grey marble patterned walls, an undermount sink, and an unhinged shower door.