Private Community Homes

Our Expertise is Based in Truly High-End Residential Projects

At New Star General Contractors, we strive to stand at the forefront of innovation and design in Utah’s custom home builders market. Whether you’re building a new custom home or remodeling your current home – we provide superior quality work that is complemented with personal service that can’t be found anywhere else in the area.

Why should you use New Star General Contractors? Simply put –  we’re good! From majestic mountain splendor, to quaint historic charm –  we are experts at crafting beauty. Every facet of our company, whether it’s estimating, in-house custom millwork, or the actual constructing phase – we execute to the highest standards of perfection.

The New Star team lives and breathes hospitality resort quality, making the utmost level of craftsmanship the standard for all projects. Our expertise is based in truly high-end residential projects, along with the structure and discipline found only in larger community construction projects. When you’re ready to build, please consider our track record of excellence.

Smaller Service and Inspection Division

We are dedicated to bringing our world-class professionalism to smaller remodels, repair jobs, and inspections. We offer the same efficient processes and outstanding quality that our larger clients have come to rely on. All this combined with friendly, attentive service – that come with very reasonable rates.

  • Electrical
  • Plumbing
  • Heating & Cooling
  • Painting
  • Roofing Repairs
  • Remodels / Additions
  • Custom Mill-work

Here are some of New Star General Contractor’s top
remodeling trends to give you some ideas:

Less is More

Simplicity in building is one of the biggest trends in custom and vacation home design today. Many owners are opting away from the extravagant splurges of theater rooms and saloons, choosing instead to focus on open, simplified plans that work to bring families closer together.

The Modern Approach

The cabin is an American icon – a place of retreat, relaxation and respite. In the past, cabins and mountain vacation homes have been of rough construction and bulky timber. Today, these iconic structures are being given a modern, more contemporary twist.

Bringing the Indoors Out

Custom and vacation homes provide a retreat from bustling modern life, so using features that put us in touch with the outdoors and each other is the best approach. At the top of the list is the expanded use of outdoor rooms. Cabin dwellers have long known that an outdoor room creates low-cost living and entertaining space, and the idea has really caught fire and become a hot trend.

The Geothermal Route

Geothermal and its capacity to dramatically reduce heating and cooling bills is increasingly becoming the “it” factor in building in Summit County. With today’s geothermal systems operating better than ever, it’s getting the reputation of being both renewable and inexpensive to operate – as its fuel source is simply heat from the ground. Over recent years, government-backed energy programs have pushed the geothermal industry to greater efficiencies. Other advancements have made geothermal a reality for the remote crowd. Previously, installing geothermal was difficult or downright prohibitive on tight lake lots, for retrofits, or in difficult soil conditions often found in mountainous areas. Now the industry is employing more maneuverable machines that can squeeze through narrow openings and accommodate low clearances.

Going Natural

Often the joy of owning a custom or vacation home is building it in a location off the beaten path, where power from the grid is not available or is too expensive. Incorporating solar and wind power is becoming increasingly popular for this reason and for the obvious benefits of sustainability. Varying solar and wind cabin kits can provide enough power to run everything from small, simple lighting systems, to all major appliances.

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Less is More

Less is More

Simplicity in building is one of the biggest trends in custom and vacation home design today. Many owners are opting away from the extravagant splurges of theater rooms and saloons, choosing instead to focus on open, simplified plans that work to bring families closer together.

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The Modern Approach

The Modern Approach

The cabin is an American icon – a place of retreat, relaxation and respite. In the past, cabins and mountain vacation homes have been of rough construction and bulky timber. Today, these iconic structures are being given a modern, more contemporary twist.

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Bringing the Indoors Out

Bringing the Indoors Out

Custom and vacation homes provide a retreat from bustling modern life, so using features that put us in touch with the outdoors and each other is the best approach. At the top of the list is the expanded use of outdoor rooms. Cabin dwellers have long known that an outdoor room creates low-cost living and entertaining space, and the idea has really caught fire and become a hot trend.

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The Geothermal Route

The Geothermal Route

Geothermal and its capacity to dramatically reduce heating and cooling bills is increasingly becoming the “it” factor in building in Summit County. With today’s geothermal systems operating better than ever, it’s getting the reputation of being both renewable and inexpensive to operate – as its fuel source is simply heat from the ground. Over recent years, government-backed energy programs have pushed the geothermal industry to greater efficiencies. Other advancements have made geothermal a reality for the remote crowd. Previously, installing geothermal was difficult or downright prohibitive on tight lake lots, for retrofits, or in difficult soil conditions often found in mountainous areas. Now the industry is employing more maneuverable machines that can squeeze through narrow openings and accommodate low clearances.

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Going Natural

Going Natural

Often the joy of owning a custom or vacation home is building it in a location off the beaten path, where power from the grid is not available or is too expensive. Incorporating solar and wind power is becoming increasingly popular for this reason and for the obvious benefits of sustainability. Varying solar and wind cabin kits can provide enough power to run everything from small, simple lighting systems, to all major appliances.

Salt Lake City Phone:  801.972.6227 | Park City Phone:  435.615.7127
Salt Lake City Phone:
 801.972.6227
Park City Phone:
 435.615.7127
2610 West 2590 South Salt Lake City, UT 84119
2610 West 2590 South
Salt Lake City, UT 84119