A geothermal heating system yields a highly energy-efficient 3,608-square foot home with hardwood flooring throughout the main level and an engineered wood floor in the lower level.
Traditional-frame construction with the intent of clean, simple lines and minimal maintenance throughout the interior and exterior allows for easy living. And, the 1,770-square foot garage has ample room for all the toys the homeowners need to play in Teton Valley.
“Kurt was recommended to us by a friend and we selected him over four local builders for several reasons. Of the builders we interviewed, he seemed the most willing to build a house that fit our needs and budget. He seemed most sincere and eager to adopt our vision. After our initial meeting, Kurt met with our architect and followed up by providing us with estimates and with suggestions on how to minimize costs. Kurt took us to inspect some homes he had built or remodeled. He called regularly to ask if we needed anything from him to help us with our early decision making. We were impressed that he did these things before we had even hired him.
Kurt’s communication skills and follow-through are constant and thorough; we never had any surprises. We give Kurt our highest recommendation for these reasons but mostly because he is a man of integrity. He built our home as though he was building it for himself–and he did it on a handshake! Where in this day and age can you do that? We feel fortunate to have had the opportunity to forge both a professional and personal relationship with Kurt, and are proud to call him our friend.”
Greg & Mary Stone