Aspen, Vail and Telluride are just three of the many Colorado resort towns where the demand for building a luxury modular home continues to rise.
Unfortunately, options for having a modular home constructed in state have disappeared leaving modular home buyers and retailers with few options for where to get a modular home built.
However, at Irontown Homes, with our factory in Spanish Fork, Utah, we’re meeting the demand left by recent factory closures in Colorado. Our state of the art, 60,000 sq. ft. factory is less than 400 miles from Aspen, Vail, Telluride and other popular Colorado modular home sites compared to other factories servicing the area from more than 1,000 miles away.
We specialize in building custom modular homes in our factory and then ship them in modules to metro areas, resort towns and remote home sites throughout the Western United States.
How can Irontown Homes help you if you’re planning to build a modular home in Colorado?
Building modular involves shipping the modules to the home site which means the farther the factory is from that site, the more customers pay to get the home where they want it to be. And the cost adds up quickly for each module. We can help limit those costs and save you thousands of dollars compared to other factories servicing Colorado.
With All American Homes selling its Milliken, CO factory recently and Wardcraft Housing closing its Greeley factory last summer, our proximity to popular Colorado towns with rising modular home demands means you can build a modular home without the shipping costs going through the roof while still getting your home built exactly the way you want it.
Irontown Homes focuses on building luxury, custom-designed modular homes with unlimited design capabilities. We build each home utilizing cutting-edge building technology in an energy-efficient construction process that reduces waste while helping homebuilders move in faster.
Through extensive quality control and quality assurance procedures, we ensure each home we build exceeds the Colorado life, health and safety standards administered and enforced by the Housing Technology and Standards section administrators of the Colorado Division of Housing.
If you’re ready to build modular in Colorado, we can help. We also service California, Idaho, Nevada, Montana, Utah and Wyoming. Contact us today to get your home started.