Want the recipe for a stunning home? Blend new ideas with timeless and elegant architecture and choose a site that takes your breath away. That’s the recipe Brian Geer uses in his work every day. He has earned his reputation for building quality homes by being upfront, honest, transparent and trustworthy.

Geer’s homes intentionally celebrate the breathtaking beauty of each setting, optimize views and drawing inspiration from natural landscapes. “Let your natural surroundings inspire every element of your design,” says Geer. “Every detail—from how the home is situated on a carefully chosen lot to the layout, design and materials—should showcase and reflect the spectacular landscapes that make southwest Utah so special.”

A master builder of custom luxury homes, Geer creates stunning, welcoming and personal spaces. Every detail reflects the cooperative vision of the homeowner and builder, and is backed by more than 45 years of highly respected quality craftsmanship. Just a few reasons Home Builder Digest voted him the second best Custom Home Builder in Utah in 2017.

2295 Santa Clara Dr., Ste A, Santa Clara



“It’s important to trust who you choose to build your custom home. You’re not just building a home; you’re building a relationship. Make the right choice from the start by finding a person you get along with.”

– Brian Geer, Owner and Builder

Ask the Expert

Three words that best describe your business:

Personality. Honesty. Quality.

What are you best known for?

Building homes that are in harmony with the natural environment. We make the most of the lot and create homes that offer expansive window spaces, inspiring sightlines and a seamless flow from interior to outdoor living spaces.

What sets your work apart?

Quality, quality, quality. We build upper-end custom homes, not spec homes. So, each home is built precisely for the client. I give people what they spend their money on—a place that meets their needs and exceeds their expectations.

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