5 Utah Prefab Companies Ready to Build Your Next Home

From A-frames to ADUs, these prefab, modular, and kit homes are available for installation in Utah’s diverse landscape.
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From the mountains of Four Corners to deserts and high plateaus, Utah is known for its breathtaking terrain—and the state is also home to many design-forward prefab and kit house companies. Whether you’re looking for a primary residence or a second home to take advantage of some of the best skiing in the United States, we’ve rounded up some of the Utah’s top prefab purveyors.

Irontown Homes

With a 60,000-square-foot facility, Spanish Fork–based Irontown Homes designs and constructs quality modular homes. The custom designs can arrive nearly 95% complete, and they’re typically finished within a few weeks of landing on-site.

Zip Kit Homes, a division of Timberhawk Inc., designs and builds modular homes at a competitive price using efficient production processes. The Cedar City–based company offers two different types of prefab homes: small, 12' x 50' modular single-family units that can be joined together; and panelized kit homes which are precision-built in a factory and then quickly assembled on-site.

Bear River Country Log Homes produces kits composed of high-quality, pre-cut building materials that are stamped for easy assembly. They offer both stock and custom-designed log homes milled from seasoned western woods including local pine varieties, spruce, and Douglas fir. 

Salt Lake City–based Avrame is the U.S. outpost of a popular European A-frame kit home company. Their steeply angled roofs can be equipped with solar panels, making them ideal for off-grid sites. Although the homes aren’t pre-assembled or modular, each kit consists of parts that are pre-cut, drilled, and ready for construction.

Salt Lake City–based Modal’s prefabricated accessory dwelling units are built off-site and then delivered completely assembled and ready to install with nine-foot-high ceilings, built-in furniture, bed frames with integrated storage, and fully equipped kitchens. The homes are designed to comply with current residential building codes, and pricing starts at $98,000.


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