About Kothmann Builders

This is our family business, it’s not just work for us. We know that choosing your builder isn’t a light decision. We want you to feel comfortable and confident every step of the way.

We, Wylen and Haley, have been married for fifteen years and are both graduates of Texas A&M University. We have two awesome kiddos and love to spend our time as a family skiing, hiking, biking, and enjoying Utah's great outdoors.  Wylen has been building since 2005 and has built beautiful custom homes and commercial properties, renovated great spaces, and added-on to some amazing properties in both the residential and commercial fields. Before settling in the Wasatch Back, Wylen was traveling across North America directing detailed large scale construction projects, valued up to $175 million. He knows what he's doing, he loves building and it shows.  Haley decided to go for it, start this business, and is proud that Kothmann Builders is a Woman Owned Business.  She is passionate about people and relationships. She makes sure that each person is taken care of and comfortable throughout the building process, and keeps things on track. Her favorite part of the process is working with clients and subcontractors.

Our satisfaction at the end of a project comes when you as our client are beyond happy with your build and you feel that the way we guided you through the process made you comfortable and confident in all aspects. We want you to feel so good about your project that we would be your first call should you decide to build again. 

Kothmann is a family name. It is synonymous with good, honest, hard working people. It's a tribute to Wylen’s Mom and the family business Wylen’s great grandfather started long ago. Wylen’s parent’s joined his grandparents and aunt and uncle in running their feedlot, mill, and store when Wylen was young. He spent his younger years working with his family, learning firsthand about good, honest, hard work- it is important to us to honor that.  The Kothmann name also played a big part in the way Wylen and Haley met, you’ll have to ask us about that story sometime.

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