2221 Clayton Lane
Berthoud, CO 80513
Summit Crest Description:
"...For over 35 years, Summit Crest Homes has been a leader among area homebuilders. After completing our 20,000th home in 2004, we are proud of our achievements while meeting the challenges of an ever-changing market..."
Providing these building styles:
Providing modular homes and buildings in:
- Ranch modular homes
- Contemporary modular homes
AZ, CO, ID, MO, MT, NV, UT, WY
|How Long in Business||1969|
|Yearly Avg. Number of Homes (Est.)||Over 400
|Professional Organizations/Affiliations||Not provided|
(Architects & Draftsmen)
|Draftsmen on staff|
|Builder Network||Over 30 builders|
|Location of Factories||Berthoud, CO|
|How to Buy a Home||Available through network of home builders|
|Building Materials||Wooden home construction|
|Energy Efficiency||Fiberglass insulation|
|Construction Timeframe||6-8 weeks|
|Customization Flexibility||Customization is available|
|Amount of Floorplans||Over 60 prepared floorplans|
|Avg. Cost per Square Foot||$90-$130|
Pricing homes by the square foot is like pricing a truck by the pound. It’s not the best measurement. Your home price is based on many customized building specifications, finishes and customizatons.
|Avg. Transportation Costs||Varies by location|
|Avg. Placement Costs||Varies by location|
|Site Preparation||Handled by builder|
|Garage/Deck Availability||Available with some models|
|Possible to Addon to Existing Home||Not offered|
|Delivery Range||Rocky Mountain area|
|Number of Factory Inspections||Upon completion|
|Number of Building Site Inspections||Handled by builder|
|Information Package||Information available online|
|Editor's Rating ||
|Editorial Review||We have received reports that Summit Crest is no longer in operation. They provided average modular homes. Their building specifications were good and so was their energy efficiency options. That is very important since their homes needed to survive the harsh Rocky Mountain winters. They also provided customization options. One issue that we had with them is that they divide their attention between manufactured homes and modular homes. |
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Personal Reviews of Summit Crest
I purchased a Summit Crest home 2650 sq ft, in 2005. At the time we purchased several upgrades in the home. I absolutely love our house which we put on a full basement. We have lived in it for almost 7 years, no cracks everything still looks beautiful. I love my summit Creat Home. I wish I could post a picture. And like the person said above... you get what you pay for.
Milan Kotmel from Westminster Colorado
I am really surprise with all this negative comments. I purchased the house 5 years ago. Had minor problem I fixed myself. Some people are not in their right mind. They buy cheap house and are expecting to get all amenities and brand as in custom made house. Be real, the house for the price is perfect. Yes furnace had some early problems, but it was very easy and $0.00 later repair. I completed many upgrades in the house. Wood floor, granite kitche, now will install tiles floor. Also I am rebuilding master bedroom. Nothing wring with it, just want different style. The house is perfect. Only small not easy resolve problem is small crawling space. On other site it has bebefit that I am thinking twicw before I bring home some new junk. House is perfectly isolated, my highest el & gas bill was $150 before I installed photovoltiac el system. Now it runs $0.00 for electricity and in winter $40 for gas. You got what you pay for. I love house layout 4 bedrooms and 2 full baths with attached garage. I live in this house 6 years now.
Aneta Smith from Wayan, Idaho 83285
We purchased our home in 10/06. The linoleum flooring since then has started to get little yellow spots in all areas of the home. I don't know what the warranty is on this item but would like to know. Sincerely Aneta Smith
Kevin Lachance from Spruce Grove,Alberta
Hello I was just wondering the prople we purchased our home (Country hills homes in Spruce Grove told me that you guys have gone out of business. I have waited 2 years for warrenty work and all I get is lip service. Is this the type of people you want representing your product. I still kick myself for handing over the cheque because the customer service ende right then and there. I think what has happened is they think it's been this long maybe we will just right it off, but I have the right to have this fixed cause we over paid for this place to begin with as people were taking full advantage ot the boom here.
Melissa Morse from Idaho
Summit Crest is not the better built home. We have a 1999 16X70 that we bought new. The fixtures are plastic, the lighting is plastic, the house has cracks throughout. The watet facet in the second bathroom broke and we can not find pieces to fix it. Every where we have gone, and we have looked locally and farther, people shake their heads, some have even laughed, and say they have never seen such a thing. We did not buy the 'basic' home. Ours was the deluxe model. I would not recommend this home to other buyers.
Mark Stumbaugh from Strasburg, Colorado
Worst decision I have ever made. Good luck with any type of warranty or customer service, you will be lucky if you ever get a return phone call. Windows take a crane to open & close, House doesn't sit on the foundation correctly, and we get a breeze coming in the basement. Roof has leaked since day one, furnace has needed repairs every year. The duct work was crushed during setup, when we tried to get them to fix it, they halfway bent it back out. House was missing window coverings, took over a year to get them, by which time we had bought our own. The house overall is built with the cheapest materials available. Before this we owned a house that was built in the early 70's that was much less trouble, and better built.
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