Extreme Restoration

This house was a total loss, burnt down from a fire around Thanksgiving of 2014. Less than one year later, the owners were able to enjoy their new home with greater energy efficiency and a more cohesive design than the original home. Caribou Creek Log Works provided the stalwart trusses and logs.

Built Green Custom Home

This luxury home on a great view property was built with gridwall recycled product blocks and geothermal hydronic heating.

Ranch Property Home

This energy efficient home outside Colville was built on a beautiful equine property with pasture and southern exposure. Features include geothermal heating, energy-heal scissor trusses, and special custom features designed just for this customer.

 Riverfront Home

This rustic yet modern custom home was built with hydronic-heated concrete floors and above requirement dense-pack insulation in the walls and ceiling. Extraordinary features include a custom-made spiral log staircase that leads to a loft with a secret room behind a hidden-door bookcase and a bar with a solid log bar top.

Mountain Home

A classic in the Tri-County region, this home’s simplicity speaks for itself. Overlooking a grand view of the Kettle River, this hiddenaway
home features efficient usage of space with an attic loft harboring a bedroom, bathroom and media room.

Pole Buildings

We also build custom pole structures. Here is
a custom-made shop we built, featuring a classic
clerestory roof system. Pictured next is
the Swine Barn built for the Stevens County
Fairgrounds. Below that is a Classic American Barn style shop.

Universal Design Home

This Universal Design home is slab on grade which maintains a step-free entrance. Features include wider doorways, low or no threshold showers and putting all of the components necessary to live in on a single story:  sleeping quarters, a bathroom, laundry room and a kitchen all on one floor for greater mobility. 

Read more on Wilder Construction's expertise in Universal Design building  on our

In The News page, where Keith is interviewed by Building Insight magazine.