Steve Dailey has been in the home building industry since 1979, beginning as a brick contractor then obtained his general contractors license in 1986. He has since built a reputation in his hometown of Salt Lake City, for building only the finest quality custom homes. Being a hands on builder, nine out of ten times you will find Steve on the job site working with subcontractors or answering homeowners questions.
Uniquely, we do all of our own finish work in each one of our homes. This and our superior customer service are what our reputation is built upon. Honesty, integrity, attention to detail, and adherence to promised timelines are always among our top priorities. We take pride in knowing we have built the home of our buyers' dreams. Quality not Quantity is our standard.
Steve Dailey is the President on the Board of Directors for the State of Utah Homebuilders Association in 2020.
All homes built by Steven Dailey Construction are custom builds from start to finish. The projects you see in these pages are a direct result of our client's dreams, wishes, designs, and personality. Although we are very proud of our work the credit goes to our clients and their designers. We are more than happy to answer any questions you may have but our clients privacy is our number one priority. We ask for your understanding in that there may be some questions we are unable to answer as per our clients request. We hope you enjoy our work as much as we do.
2019 Presidents Award, Stephanie Sharp. 2017 Salt Lake Home Builders Association Builder of the Year & 2017 Presidents Award, Steve Dailey. In the Salt Lake Parade of Homes Peoples Choice, Best of Show, Best of Category, Best Interior Design, Realtor’s Choice, Best Architecture, Excellent Work by Subcontractors, Sandy City Home Builder of the Year, Golden Hammer Award from Salt Lake Home Builders Association in 2001 and again in 2012 for Exemplary Community Service. Steve has also served as the Parade Chairman for the Salt Lake Parade of Homes (2012 & 2013) and the President of the Salt Lake Home Builders Association in 2016. Steve is 2nd Vice President for the Utah State Home Builders Association in 2018. In addition Steve serves on the Board of Directors for the Inn Between. The INN Between provides a safe and comfortable place where Utah's homeless can experience the end of life with dignity, and be surrounded by compassionate people who care.
Steven is a true professional, very hands on, and he takes the time to understand every detail of the home. The mutual clients we have had speak very highly of him. It's nice to work with talented peo...Read More
Steven Dailey Construction is always great to work with. Steve is a consistent returning customer with us, and we couldn't be more thankful. Steve's clients had many creative ideas for this home and, ...Read More
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Steven Dailey is an excellent builder. He can take care of all your construction needs from a remodel or new build. As an interior designer I appreciate his honesty, customer service, quality, desig...Read More
Steven Dailey Construction built my custom home in Pepperwood almost 9 years ago, and the excellent customer service has continued to this date. I also have called on their services for a restoration...Read More
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