Our factory is located at 1375 South Blackhawk Blvd, Mt Pleasant UT. It’s about a 2-hour drive south of Salt Lake City UT in a small town in central Utah.
We do not offer larger homes. We focus on smaller, more energy-efficient homes. We also do not build custom homes. However, we do make modifications to our plans. If you are looking for multiple homes or a multi-family housing project, we can customize the homes to fit your specific circumstances and land. Contact us to discuss your specific project needs.
Yes, within reason. There is some flexibility with the interior walls and the window and door locations. We will try our best to adapt our floor plans to meet your specific building lot and needs.
Following are examples of changes we can make:
We currently sell direct to you to keep the cost as low as possible. However, if you are interested in working with us as a dealer or reselling our homes please contact us.
There are many financing options available. Send us the details of the home you are interested in and we’ll help you get financing.
NO. Manufactured homes are built to a less stringent building code (HUD Code). Timberhawk Homes are built to the same building code as any other site built home. We follow the International Residential Code (IRC) and the Uniform Building Code (UBC), depending on the type of construction and the area. These are the same building codes as most site built homes in the United States and are built to the highest construction standard. Because the homes are built to these building codes, appraisers and banks recognize them no differently then any standard built home. This allows you to qualify for FHA and USDA financing at low interest rates. This also ensures a higher resale value of your home.
Inspections for Timberhawk Homes are no different then any other site-built homes.
We can ship the kit of materials just about anywhere. We’ve shipped as far away as Hawaii. However, the further you are from our factory in Mt Pleasant UT 84078, the more expensive it will be.
Yes. Our homes generate about 80% less waste then standard site built homes. In addition, because we focus on extreme energy efficiency, your home will require much less energy and natural resources to maintain and enjoy.
Yes. However there are some added costs associated with additional inspections, tests and planning.
It depends on the size of the home. The cost of shipping a legal load is about $3 per mile.
Yes, A shell is defined as bare stud walls on the inside with the roofing and exterior done and “dried in” on the outside. However, on the inside the wiring, plumbing, insulation and finishes are not completed yet.
From 2 to 6 months depending on our workload, home size, location, etc.
Sometimes we do and other times we don’t. Contact us to find out if we do at the time.
Over 15 years as a general contractor. We’ve built over 500 homes.
We work with most banks and construction lenders and are paid based on a percentage of completion.
We offer a full warranty against manufactures defects.
Yes, send us an email explaining your location and plan for selling and we’ll talk.
As long as any other site-built home with proper maintenance – 50 years +.