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Owning a mountain home near scenic attractions with unparalleled recreational opportunities creates the perfect getaway to escape the fast-paced world that often dominates every-day life. Imagine yourself relaxing on your deck, fishing in one of the many lakes or streams or taking your family on an ATV ride. Every year, more people are choosing to build mountain homes, whether it is a small rustic cabin in the woods or a luxurious home, in order to establish a retreat where they can leave their worries behind and enjoy nature for a while. When you are choosing a location to escape to, consider the beauty of southern Utah and the experts at Jacobs Construction.
Check out the plan portfolio page to view a sample of our most popular designs, and feel free to visit our new office, located at the junction of UT 14 and U.S. 89, to tour one of our completed projects in person.
Our photo gallery shows examples of the quality workmanship that years of satisfied customers have come to expect from Jacobs Construction . Please spend some time familiarizing yourself with what sets Jacobs Construction apart from the others by exploring our testimonial page.
See how we are doing on some of our current projects and learn about who we are and what we stand for on the about us page. Discover the special process of making a Jacobs Construction dream home a reality. Because we think it's important to continue to serve our clients long after the completion of your home we also offer additional services that make mountain home ownership that much simpler. Our various divisions, fire mitigation, home services, and snow removal, help ensure a worry-free ownership experience.
For nearly 30 years, Jacobs Construction has led the way in recreational and mountain home construction in Southern Utah. Located in the middle of the largest concentration of national parks in the nation, Southern Utah is an ideal spot to build a vacation home. The region boasts a wide variety of landscapes in close proximity to one another, from the quaint mountain village of Duck Creek to the alpine skiing and mountain biking mecca of Brian Head. Experience the towering stone monoliths of Zion National Park and the colorful rock spires of Bryce Canyon National Park. In addition to its abundance of scenic wonders, Utah’s Color Country is also a haven for outdoor recreation, including hiking, mountain biking, fishing, hunting, ATV riding, skiing and snowmobiling.