top of page


Accessory Dwelling Units (ADU’s) are an additional, self-contained housing unit that are secondary to a main residence. ADU’s are sometimes referred to as “mother-in-law” apartments or “Tiny Homes,” since their origins were to provide space for extended family members. ADU’s can take many forms such as attachments or additions to the main home, use of basement areas, a second-story over a detached garage, or separate backyard building.

Benefits of ADU

The intent or use of ADU’s is often to provide places for the elderly to be taken care of by family members, places for newly married or return of adult children, or even perhaps to supplement a mortgage payment. ADU’s are typically used in singe-family areas when the following conditions exist:

  • Excess space within the primary dwelling or above a garage exists that can be conveniently converted into living quarters.

  •  An under-utilized or odd lot exists and further division of land is not feasible or is prohibited.

  •  The housing stock is located near a college or educational institution.

  •  A shortage and/or demand for affordable housing exists in a particular area.

Scene 1b.png


We have the flexibility to construct an Accessory Dwelling Unit (ADU) that complements your existing home, whether it's attached or detached. Each ADU we create is unique, tailored to your specific requirements rather than following a standard design. Our approach ensures a perfect fit for your needs and can be accommodated in various locations across Salt Lake County and Utah. Feel free to reach out today to explore the options and pricing for building Accessory Dwelling Units.

  • Facebook
  • Instagram
bottom of page