Michael Frank

Modular Homes and Prefab Homes Companies in Colorado

Michael Frank
Modular Homes and Prefab Homes Companies in Colorado

Colorado’s inclement weather, cold temperatures, and competitive construction market make it an excellent fit for prefab and modular housing. The durability and energy savings in the snowy weather and faster construction time are particularly well suited to the rockies. Here is our evolving list of the the leading prefab and modular housing companies building and delivering houses in Denver, Boulder, and the rest of Colorado.


Rocky Mountain Home Builders

  • Makes 6 standard home plans as well as 3 small cabins and custom homes

  • All-in-cost: $200 - $250



Method Homes

  • Has 8 collections of predesigned residential plans, varying from standard looking cabins to ultra modern looking contemporary houses and ranging in size from small 600+ sf studios to 3,500+ square foot luxury houses

  • All-in-cost: $300-$400 per sqft



Deltec Homes

  • Has 10 models in two collections including their notable circular hurricane proof homes

  • All-in-cost: $175 - $300 per sqft



Proto Homes

  • Has 120 floor plans from 2,000 to 4,000 sqft, all of which have a modern rectangular look

  • All-in-cost: $200 - $300 per sqft



ZipKit Homes

  • Has 8 models ranging from 400 to 2400 sqft

  • All-in cost: $150 - $250 per sqft



LivingHomes (Plant Prefab)

  • Makes 11 largely high design standard home designs created internally and be designer partners as well as custom prefab homes. All homes are made at their factory, Plant Prefab

  • All-in-cost; $300 - $400+ per sqft




Connect Homes

  • Has 13 models ranging from 640 sq ft to 3200 sq ft, all of which highly aesthetic and boxy

  • All-in-cost: $250-$400 per sqft



Liscott Custom Homes

  • Tens of plans of mostly traditional looking homes, each of which come with a one-year warranty

  • All-in-cost: $150 - $300 per sqft




  • New, luxury homemaker with 9 models, all of which are passive, modern, and boxy, with sizes ranging from small adu’s to large 4000 sqft luxury homes

  • All-in-cost: $300 - $450+ per sqft



Stillwater Dwellings

  • Has 26 floor plans, most of which have stylistic, inwardly slanted roofs

  • All-in-cost $350 - $450 per sqft