Liberty Homes

We are a family-owned company committed to creating beautiful Utah communities. We take pride in our trade, crafting each home as if it were our own. Our quality, affordable homes are energy smart, structurally sound, and thoughtfully personalized for your active Utah lifestyle. Show more

We are a family-owned company committed to creating beautiful Utah communities. We take pride in our trade, crafting each home as if it were our own. Our quality, affordable homes are energy smart, structurally sound, and thoughtfully personalized for your active Utah lifestyle.

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Lynn A.

Review of Champion Windows of Salt Lake City by

· Orem

We've been very satisfied with the windows and doors that they have provided for us. They have cut out street noises and are very secure in terms of weather and intruders.

Julie D.

Review of RoofTek by

· Taylorsville

Our salesman was excellent. But the crew that worked on our home was lacking in professionalism. I realize there were some brand new workers. My understanding was that each employee was trained to be professional. Not our experience! The work was started in April and finally in June we were sat... more

Dixie M.

Review of Nilson Homes by

· Clinton

The quality of the building is poor, the painting is sloppy so many promises to fix things but only some taken care of

CAMILA W.

Review of USI All Purpose Windows and Doors by

· SANDY

I felt like the USI team was extremely friendly and efficient. They were very easy to work with and accommodating.

Best way to caulk the seam between our backsplash and kitchen counter?
Jan 27, 2016
First, clean out the existing caulk the best you can with a utility knife, flat razor or a putty knife.  To get it extra clean and depending on what type of caulk was there before, you can use baking ... read more

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