CHC Mountain Structures
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Vail Valley's Expert & Experienced Team of Custom Home Builders
Located in the Vail Valley of Colorado, CHC Mountain Structures is a team of experienced professionals building handcrafted new custom homes of uncompromising quality. CHC has a passion for building, with over thirty years of experience managing the unique construction challenges, resources and opportunities inherent in our incomparable Rocky Mountain setting.
Custom Homes, Home Additions, Home Remodeling, Home Restoration, New Home Construction, Remodeling
Eagle, Edwards, Wolcott, Vail, Beaver Creek, Cordillera, Avon
6 Projects for CHC Mountain Structures
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more than $100,000
For over fifteen years I have had the pleasure of working with Lori & Kevin of CHC Mountain Structures. We have worked as a team (contractor & architect) with a number of Owners on many successful projects. I have enjoyed their honest approach, professionalism and attention to detail throughout the projects we have worked on together. I would recommend CHC to anyone looking for a great General Contractor to head up their new project!
January 25, 2016
Commented: love the stair rail. source?Keith, Thank you for your interest in our picture. This railing was a custom fabrication completed by our local iron worker. If you are in the Eagle/Vail Valley I can make the introduction. Lori
November 10, 2018
Commented: The wood wallMike - we used quarter sawn ash siding and worked on a custom stain to give us the appearance of concrete. Thank you for your question. Lori
February 12, 2018
Commented: PostersThe two posters on the back wall are approximately 24"x36". Please let me know if you need any additional information. Thank you.
January 18, 2016
Commented: Love the roof. What brand/type is this. Thank you!This roof was completed using the DaVinci Classic Shake in Mountain Blend color and in a staggered pattern. Thank you.
June 10, 2014
Commented: Fireplace stoneThe stone used on this fireplace is called Farmers Rock and is from Oklahoma. We had set in a drystack manner to achieve this look.
March 10, 2014