Copper Project 2019 Poster
Apr 17, 2019


Copper Falls Custom Homes is very proud to launch their 2nd "Copper Project". Together with our suppliers and trades the net proceeds from the sale of this home, in the newest phase of Aberdeen Glen, will be donated to Spirit of the North Healthcare Foundation. The funds from this project support healthcare right here at home in the North, where we live, work, and play. Please contact us for current pricing on this 2525 sq ft home and help pass on information about The Copper Project.



  • " I have had the extreme pleasure of working with Jeff and Brent on some of their projects. They bring a sense of reliability and calm to all that they do. The clients have been more than satisfied with the end results. The build goes smoothly and the finishes are flawless. I have been in the business for almost 39 years and have a huge respect for them and their work. I would highly recommend them for your next build. "
    —Valerie - Retail Lending Manager

  • " I couldn't wait to start our new home! They were courteous & listened to all our concerns. Our house is everything we wanted! "

  • " A huge thank you to Copper Falls for making a long time dream come true; renovating our home. Jeff and Brent brought everything together, on time within our budget and surpassing all of our expectations. "
    —Clyde and Trish

  • " On time, on budget, and as discussed. A quality builder with integrity who made our home and our experience a dream come true. "
    — Scott

  • " We absolutely love our new home built by Copper Falls Custom Homes. Brent, Jeff and their whole team were fantastic to work with thru the building process and the follow up stage of having a new home. The quality of workmanship and detail are above none. "
    —Kevin & Trish

  • " A big thank you for taking on my home, you were a pleasure to have build my home and every detail reflects you and your company, I love my new home "
    — Jodi


Warranty 2-5-10 Year Pacific Home Warranty Spirit of the North Healthcare Foundation Tim Prentice