Spectrum Construction is a well-respected custom home builder with a history of quality craftsmanship & attention to detail. Since 1982, Spectrum Construction has dedicated itself to working closely with their clients to create awe-inspiring custom homes. With decades of experience comes a wealth of knowledge, vision, and expertise. Whether Log, Timber Frame, Traditional, or SIP construction; Spectrum Construction’s highly-skilled team has the resources to bring your dream into reality.
The Spectrum Service
Spectrum Construction is a full-service custom home builder. The team provides a variety of breathtaking build scenarios that ensure your project is built to your specific expectations. Through supervision of every detail our team will ensure the highest quality of craftsmanship.
Spectrum Construction values each client and offers detailed service that is unmatched. This unique experience starts with on-site evaluations, continues with design consultations, executed timely build schedules, and finishes with handing over the keys to your new home.
What We Do
When you build with Spectrum Construction, the team offers a wide array of construction methods including Log, Timber Frame, Traditional Frame, or Structural Insulated Panels (SIP); allowing for almost any design imaginable.
Have you always dreamed of having an authentic log home in the incredible Rocky Mountains? Spectrum is known for its log building expertise. They partner with only the highest quality log manufacturers which enables them to both ensure excellent craftsmanship and match the best manufacturer for your style & design needs.
Structural insulated panels
Structural Insulated Panels (SIPs), are a high-performance building system designed to maximize insulating properties. SIPs are most commonly made of OSB panels sandwiched around a foam core made of expanded polystyrene (EPS), extruded polystyrene (XPS) or rigid polyurethane foam. A well-built home using SIPs will have a tighter building envelope and the walls will have higher insulating properties, which leads to fewer drafts and a decrease in heating and cooling costs. SIPS can be used in both walls and the roof. They can be used on their own or in conjunction with log, traditional, and timber framing.
Traditional Frame Construction
Traditional ‘Stick Framing’ (2x4s, 2x6s, etc) has many advantages. It is highly versatile which allows it to be used to build many different style homes. From a more traditional mountain home look to a modern contemporary design. It can also be a more economical choice than some other building materials. In addition, stick framing can be used in combination with other materials like Timber Framing to keep costs under control while still accomplishing the look and style you are looking for.