Strong values, proven expertise
While growing up, Legacy Home Builders president and founder Ben Bergen spent his summers and weekends working for a few different men learning how to do everything from building fence, building garages, to moving complete houses. Ben learned from each of them but especially his grandfather; who instilled a strong sense of integrity and commitment to be the best. He also inspired in Ben an early and lasting passion to build.
Those values and that passion have driven Ben and everyone on his team at Legacy Home Builders to spend years mastering the art and craftsmanship required to build and renovate fine mountain homes.
But don’t take our word for it. Gastineau Log Homes, Honest Abe Log Homes and Honka—three of the foremost log home manufacturers in the world—consider Legacy a preferred builder. That means we’ve completed their intensive training programs and our homes have passed their inspection with high marks. And we only work with the very best in the business.
It takes an average of 30,000 components to build one house. We have the proven training, experience and commitment that ensure your home will exceed the standard to the smallest detail, including the latest technologies, materials and techniques to boost energy efficiency and reduce environmental impact.
Few builders have this kind of tenacity.
Three basic tenets
On every project we handle—whether it’s building a new home or renovating an existing one—we keep three basic tenets in mind that go back to our values:
- The finished product must be worthy of being passed down from generation to generation.
- It must stand up to being the seat of family traditions, holiday visits, vacation memories and happy retirements.
- It must be the realization of your vision and dreams.
It all adds up to the quintessential mountain home, and a positive experience every step of the way—with Legacy Home Builders.
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