11 responses to Amish Furniture – Ohio
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    Diane Koneffko
    Comment on Do you know any amish house framers who work in PA? (August 15th, 2012 at 11:56)

    Do you know any amish house framers who work in PA?

    I live in Stockdale , PA and would love to use an amish house framer to erect my home.
    Can anyone help me out? I am ready to start framing around the end of August, 2012.

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    Diane Koneffko
    Comment on Know any amish house framers that would work in PA? (August 15th, 2012 at 11:58)

    Know any amish house framers that would work in PA?

    Ready to start framing the end of August.
    Live in Stockdale PA

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    Larry Canale
    Comment on Amish Dealer (July 5th, 2013 at 09:17)

    Amish Dealer

    Our store is located in Columbiana Ohio, would like to know if we can be a rep. for Amish furniture we currently have an Antiques Sore Ann’s Attic on 8 S Main St. approx. 4500 sq ft. an used furniture part around 800 sq feet and have approx. 900 sg. fee we would like to carry Amish furniture because of the quality and name it brings. We have been in business since 2008. Please let us know if interested. Thank You Larry & Ann Canale

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    Wood Products Source
    Comment on Wood products manufacturing in conjunction with an Amish community (March 26th, 2014 at 11:57)

    Wood products manufacturing in conjunction with an Amish community

    Eric, or anyone else,
    We are looking for a new site to manufacture wood products, likely in PA or Ohio, in proximity to small to mid sized hardwood sawmills, and amongst an Amish community, where we could build a win/win situation for all involved. Currently some longer established communities are rather fully employed with the improving economy. The most conservative have issues with working in an electrified building, and will not operate a forklift, etc.

    Desirable attributes in order of importance;

    An Amish community welcoming employment, or even partnership
    An existing building with possibility of expansion
    Favorable zoning, local municipal relations
    Three phase electric
    Natural gas
    Workforce having some woodworking experience
    Existing, or closeby lumber dry kiln
    Sawmills nearby
    Private hauler transportation options to other major Amish settlements.

    We are willing to be flexible in organizing a situation which is non-threatening, and genuinely beneficial to the local Amish community. If anyone knows of a community which could benefit, please contact us at woodproductsource@gmail.com to begin discussion.

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    Kim Hershey/ Amish Connection
    Comment on Get a listing (January 26th, 2015 at 16:52)

    Get a listing

    Hello I own the Amish Connection furniture store in Eastlake Ohio could you please tell me what I need to do to be a part of your listings.

    Thank you very much,
    Kim Hershey

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      Comment on Amish Furniture – Ohio (January 27th, 2015 at 12:22)

      Hi Kim, just email your info to me at ewesner(at)gmail.com. Name, address, contact, and a short 2-3 sentence unique (ie, not copied from other sales copy) description explaining what you sell and something about your store.

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    Comment on poly furniture (January 14th, 2017 at 22:50)

    poly furniture

    Hi i own a business that is looking on adding poly furniture to the things i sell i have sheds, playsets, gazebos and much i also retail mulch plants and more any way I am looking for a Amish company that i can buy wholesale poly furniture from thanks

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      Amish Connection
      Comment on Contact for poly furniture (January 15th, 2017 at 14:42)

      Contact for poly furniture

      Hello Eric ,
      I do have access to poly furniture. Where are you located ?

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        Comment on Poly furniture (January 17th, 2017 at 21:52)

        Poly furniture

        I’m located in Marion Ohio 43302

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    Comment on Live More Simply! (January 9th, 2018 at 12:34)

    Live More Simply!

    Hi Erik!

    My name is Kacey and I am the travel blogger behind The Drifter Collective. I am also a Pennsylvania native, which brought me to your site!

    I have always been interested in learning about the people behind the names of cities and towns that I visit, one of them being The Amish! I find it to be a culture that not many people know about, but should, mainly because there are a lot of lifestyle factors and trends they follow that I believe individuals could benefit from!

    I originally wanted to reach out to see if I would be able to write an article for you to publish and share with your readers, but before I send you some ideas of titles and topics, I wanted to simply offer you a resource to add to your site! 🙂

    Here it is: https://www.amishoutletstore.com/blog/17-amish-secrets-make-life-easier/

    If interested, I thought you might like this site that offers helpful information about the background of their culture, tips for living more simply, handcrafted products they make, and more! Since they make handcrafted furniture, I thought it might be beneficial to add to this page of yours: http://amishamerica.com/amish-furniture-ohio/

    I am just looking for ways to bond with like-minded individuals, bloggers and travelers who are interested in the same things as I am!

    Thanks Erik. I hope you enjoy!

    Kacey Bradley

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