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Why Choose Hibbs Homes to Build your Home in Provo, UT

Good Communication & Transparency

Building a custom home should be fun and exciting, which is why we have developed proven processes to ensure that the home building process is enjoyable for every client. At Hibbs Homes, we rely on transparency and clear communication with our clients to provide a smooth and stress-free experience throughout the home construction process. As a dedicated custom home builder in Provo, we provide expert assistance at every step of the custom home building process - from budgeting to floor plans to selections. Our highly experienced team of building professionals work closely with you to understand your goals so you can build a house that is a truly custom home. Let us help you turn your dream home into a reality when you decide to build a custom home in Provo.

Exceptional Standard of Quality in Every Custom Home

Hibbs Homes is the premier new home builder in Provo, and we are proud to have an A+ rating from the Better Business Bureau. From processes to  materials, every home we build is held to a higher standard and built above code with a tighter wall assembly that prevents air and water leaks and better indoor air quality. We measure our homes against the most rigorous standards to ensure we are always delivering on our promise of a Better-Built Custom Home.

Risk-Free Planning Process & Price Guarantee

Our risk-free planning process and guaranteed pricing set us apart from other custom home builders in Provo, Utah. Every Hibbs Homes client will benefit from the assistance from our professional custom builder team. We will help you find an architect if you do not yet have one and walk you through each aspect of the design process as we help you realize the vision for your custom home. While selecting a lot to build your new home on, we can provide you with a site analysis and advice in prepping the home site for construction. Finally, we establish an initial construction schedule and provide final pricing for your new home construction project.

Hibbs Homes is Your Partner at Every Stage of the New Home Construction Process

From budgeting to design to warranty - we rely on decades of experience and our proven custom building process to help you build a home that achieves your vision and suits your lifestyle. Throughout the construction project, you have access to an online dashboard to seamlessly communicate with any member of our design and build team, stay on track with your design and selection choices, and monitor the progress of your home and construction timeline.

Hibbs Homes is the builder in Provo, UT, and we are excited to help make your dream of a custom home a reality. Call us today. We can answer questions and help you find the resources you need to understand the new home construction process and start taking the first steps towards building a home. Let us help you build a truly custom home.

About Provo, Utah

Provo is a vibrant, family-friendly city in Northern Utah and was voted as one of the happiest places in the country and has earned the nickname of “Happy Valley.” Provo's affordable living, low crime rate, and booming economy have all contributed to the steady growth of this community year-by-year. In Provo, you will find a family-friendly community, amazing weather during summer and winter, and great access to a number of fun outdoor activities.


Two Franciscan friars by the name of Escalante and Dominguez led a group that became known as the first white visitors to enter Utah Valley. The priests kept a good record of their journey as well as the places they visited. They came from Santa Fe, New Mexico, via the Old Spanish Trail with the purpose of meeting the Ute Indians. The Franciscan monks developed a good trading relationship with the Ute Indians and, in their detailed records, often remarked on the beauty of the area, now known as Provo and Orem Valley. They left with plans to establish a settlement in Utah Valley. However, this was not realized, and all that was left of their visit to the area were their records.

Other frequent early visitors to the area were French-Canadian fur trappers. The Provo River and the City of Provo were both named in honor of a well-known early trapper and respected mountain man named Etienne Provost. Provost established trading posts on the shores of Utah Lake and the Great Salt Lake, the latter of which he is widely believed to have been the first non-Native to see.


Population Density (sq mi)2,7774091
Median Age23.630.337.7
Male/Female Ratio1.0:11.0:11.0:1
Married (15yrs & Older)48%60%55%
Families w/ Kids Under 1845%51%43%
Speak English80%85%79%
Speak Spanish15%10%13%

Provo, UT has a population of 115,718 and is the 243rd largest city in the United States. The population density is 2,777 per sq mi which is 6843% higher than the Utah average and 2965% higher than the national average. The median age in Provo is 24 which is approximately 22% lower than the Utah average of 30. In Provo, 48% of the population over 15 years of age are married, 80% speak English and 15% speak Spanish. 48% of Provo residents were born in Utah, 40% were born out of state, 2% were born outside of the United States and 11% were foreign born.

  • 88.55% of the population in Provo is Caucasian
  • 0.50% is African American
  • 2.50% is Asian

Cost of Living

Cost of Living Index99103100
Goods & Services Index10098100
Groceries Index9499100
Health Care Index9293100
Housing Index106114100
Transportation Index100104100
Utilities Index8693100

In the event that the cost of living data was unavailable for this city, estimates based upon nearby cities were used. Each cost of living index is based on a national average of 100. If the amount is below 100, it is lower than the national average. If the amount is above 100, it is higher than the national average.

Displayed above is a general overview of the Provo, UT cost of living index. The overall cost of living index in Provo, UT is 99, which is 3% lower than the Utah average and 1% lower than the national average. The cost of living index is formulated from the cost of goods/services (33%), groceries (13%), health care (5%), housing (30%), transportation (9%), and utilities (10%). As you can see, goods/services and housing account for most of the overall cost of living index. Everyday goods and services can be a good indicator of the general cost of goods in a given city. In this case, the goods and services in Provo, UT are 2% higher than the Utah average and equal to the national average.

Nearby Grocery Stores

  • Mercado Cinco De Mayo Market
  • Day’s Market
  • Macey’s
  • Walmart Neighborhood Market
  • Rancho Markets
  • Asian Market
  • Sprouts Farmers Market
  • El Centro
  • Fresh Market
  • Smith’s Food and Drug
  • South End Market
  • BYU Creamery Outlet
  • Trader Joe’s
  • BYU Wyview Creamery
  • BYU Creamery on Ninth
  • Target Grocery

Electrical Company

  • Provo Power

Gas Company

  • Questar Gas

Water Company

  • Provo City Public Works Department

Sewer Company

  • Provo City Public Works Department

Trash Service Company/Garbage Collector

  • Trash Unlimited
  • Country Garbage
  • Dumpster & Drywall
  • South UT Valley Solid Waste District
  • Waste Management Orem Hauling
  • Waste Connections
  • Mr. Dumpster
  • Bear Services
  • Waste Services LLC
  • Allservices Containers

Cable/Satellite Company

  • Google Fiber
  • Veracity Networks
  • CenturyLink
  • US Dish

Phone Company

  • T-Mobile
  • BYU Cell Phone Office
  • Hello Communications
  • AT&T Store
  • Boost Mobile
  • Sprint Store
  • Verizon Authorized Retailer


The city of Provo is home to one of the country’s biggest private Christian colleges, Brigham Young University. The undergraduate population alone is comprised of approximately 32,000 students and the college houses over 25% of the Provo's population. BYU is known for its topnotch degree programs in business, psychology, elementary education, and much more. Many of the students and staff at the Y live in Provo, Orem, and the surrounding communities in the valley.

The primary and secondary schools in Provo offer exceptional educational programs to their students, using the latest technology available to make lessons more interesting and engaging. The Provo School District provides public educational services to residents of Provo. The city has thirteen elementary schools, two middle schools, and three high schools. Provo High School has the distinction to be the first school in Utah County to be certified as an IB World School. The school also has the honor of holding 17 state basketball championships, more than any other school in the state of Utah. Timpview High School has the distinction of garnering 11 state football championships.

Places of Worship

One of the main places of worship in the city is the Provo City Center Temple. Situated at the corner of University Avenue and Center Street in Provo, it was built on the site of the Provo Tabernacle that was destroyed in a fire in 2010. The Provo Utah Temple is located at the base of Rock Canyon and is considered one of the busiest in the LDS church because of its proximity to Brigham Young University and the Missionary Training Center.


The city’s top employers are:

  • Brigham Young University
  • Utah Valley Regional Medical Center
  • Vivint
  • Operations
  • Revere Health
  • Chrysalis Utah
  • Citizens Telecommunications
  • NuSkin International
  • Qualtrics
  • RBD Acquisitions Sub

Restaurants & Nightlife

In Provo, you will find trendy food trucks that offer some of the best meals in the city, and every Thursday night at 6 pm Provo's food lovers meet at the Startup Building’s parking lot to enjoy the latest culinary creations. The Food Truck Roundup offers an array of food trucks that serve delectable dishes at super affordable prices. You will find gourmet waffles, grilled cheeses, and some amazing burritos, just to name a few.

Zupas - One of the best restaurants in the city, Zupas offers a good selection of soups and sandwiches. The delectable Wisconsin cheese cauliflower soup is a must-try menu item, while their Cuban sandwich is authentic and tastes almost like a traditional Cuban but instead used a different style of pork. The salads are fresh, and the lobster bisque is served piping hot and brimming with fresh lobster chunks. Zupas offers diners good value and fantastic flavor, as well as convenient ordering online or quick pick-up.

Brick Oven Restaurant – If pizza is what you are looking for, head over to the Brick Oven Restaurant. They offer a pizza buffet, and the servers circulate with different varieties of pizza if you'd like to try something new. If you brought your sweet tooth, enjoy their dessert pizzas and delicious homemade root beer. For those looking to keep their plates on the healthier side, their salad bar is always fully-stocked with a variety of fresh veggies. And the service is excellent.

Chuck-A-Rama – This homestyle buffet has been feeding generations of families in Northern Utah. With 200+ menu items made from scratch, there is a little something for even the pickiest eaters in your party.

Magleby's Fresh - A short walk from the Y, Magelby's is famous for the bottomless pancakes and french toast on their all-day breakfast menu. They also offer lunch and dinner menu items, and a range of sweet desserts like buttermilk and chocolate pie.

Fun Things to Do in Provo

Whether it be music, art, or religion, there is a lot to experience in Provo. For the art enthusiast, there is the monthly Downtown Provo Gallery Stroll where you can feast your eyes on some amazing paintings. If you prefer live performances, head on down to the Covey Center for the Arts.

Live Performance Shows – The city is home to many gifted performance artists that showcase their talents on a regular basis. Aside from shows at BYU, the Covey Center for the Arts, the Echo Theater, and the Velour Live Music Gallery are the spot in Provo to take in stellar live music and theater performances.

Beach Fun – While the nearest true beach is 10 hours away, you can get close to the real thing at the nearby Provo Beach resort. This 50,000 sq ft facility is a favorite for parties and family-friendly fun. It features a laser tag arena, ropes course, bowling alley, arcade, and their signature attraction - an indoor surfing simulator called Flowrider.

Dining Out – Provo is at no loss for destinations for the food lover. With a lengthy and continuously growing list of restaurants, Provo offers something for just about every palette. While it is hard to choose favorites in this culinary melting pot, some of the most popular foodie hotspots include Black Sheep Café, Station 22 Café, and Oregano - all conveniently located in downtown Provo.

Whether you prefer the great outdoors or tend towards the more culinary attractions Provo, Utah, is an exciting place to live. If you’d like to know more about our home builder services in Provo, give us a call. We can’t wait to meet you.

Relocating to Provo

The City of Provo, Utah, has approximately 120,000 residents and is composed mainly of families and young couples. Around 80% belong to the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints - a hugely influential religious community in the area. Provo is an excellent place to raise your kids because it is a community that, at its core, promotes the idea of family values, and virtually all neighborhoods in the City of Provo are well-kept and landscaped beautifully. Many communities host local events and activities that foster a connection between neighbors. Neighborhoods like Maeser, Windsor South, Provo Bay, and Pleasant View are among Provo's best neighborhoods to build a custom home.

Housing Market

The median value of a home in Provo is currently around $284,000, which is expected to go increase as the area grows. The cost of living in Provo remains very affordable and budget-friendly. The cost of living, factoring in utilities like gas and electricity, is about $40 less per month compared to the average city. Transportation costs, such as gasoline and local ride services, are also considerably lower compared to other cities.