Living in a Comfortable Home

Systems designed specifically for your home

Our houses are very comfortable houses to live in. When we're designing our houses, we pay attention to the heating and the cooling system. We don't use general rules of thumb to decide how big or how small heating and cooling should be. We design the system specifically for the house. We take into account the insulation, the windows, the solar exposure, all of these things to make sure that we're delivering the right amount of heat or cooling to each and every room. So, you can be in your bedroom and walk into the kitchen. You can be on the sunny side of the house or the shady side of your house, and it's going to be comfortable. It's going to be the right temperature that you set on your thermostat because it's important to us. We want you to enjoy your home.

We take additional steps during the construction process too. We use only the healthiest energy-saving construction processes. We use proven techniques to reduce harmful chemicals. We practice sustainable principles to create healthy, energy-efficient homes and buildings that provide a life and livelihood for our customers while saving money each month on utility costs. Read more about our energy-efficient homes and healthy construction.

Feeling comfortable in your own home.

DON’T TRUST YOUR DREAMS TO JUST ANYONE.

Booklet: What you need to know before hiring a home builder. A guide for home buyers.

You should feel confident and excited during your home-building process. After all, the builder you choose could mean the difference between a project that's done right, on time, and on budget and one that costs too much, takes too long, and is fraught with quality problems.

But with every builder claiming to be qualified, how can you be sure you’re picking the right one?

Download What You Need to Know Before Hiring a Home Builder, written by Choice Builders’ owner, Roger Thomas. This guide will help you choose a builder who is right for you.

In it, you'll find answers to questions like:

  • How do I make sure a contractor can build to my budget?
  • Why do some contractors appear to cost more than others do?
  • Should I ask for a “free” estimate?
  • How do I choose a good contractor, let alone the best one?
  • How should I compare prospective contractors?
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Our Affiliations and Professional Credentials:

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LEED certification
Passive House Institute U.S. Certified Builder
Certified Green Professional National Association of Home Builders credential
U.S. Green Building Council LEED certified
Houzz Best in Service
Cedar City Rotary Club
Better Business Bureau A+ Rating
Cedar City Chamber of Commerce
Certified Aging-In-Place Specialist. Houses for Living. Homes for Life.
RESNET Energy Smart Contractor
Iron County Home Builders Association

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