VA Amish storage buildings
Amish have a small presence in Virginia in a handful of communities. Amish shed dealers, however, abound in VA, with over a dozen in the state. Whether you live in Richmond, northern VA & the DC area, Virginia Beach, Newport News, Norfolk, Charlottesville, Arlington, Chesapeake, Alexandria, or other Virginia cities, you can find an Amish shed outlet within a reasonable distance. See the listings below for more.
Alan’s Factory Outlet
643 West Main Street
Luray, VA 22835
Alan’s Factory Outlet provides an extensive choice of Amish-crafted garages, sheds, horse barns, and other storage buildings. Wood and vinyl sheds available, perfect for your garden, backyard or as an outdoor storage structure. Alan’s Factory products, including sheds, can be customized to any needs and delivered fully assembled to your home. Two-story sheds available as well.
8813 Jefferson Davis Highway
Fredericksburg, VA 22407
Capitol Sheds features Amish outdoor products for the backyard including a full line of storage sheds such as Gable, Quaker, Saltbox or Cape Cod. Amish sheds can be customized to any specifications and are made from high quality wood and vinyl materials.
Outdoor Home Center
11415 Mercury Drive
Manassas, VA 20112
Outdoor Home Center carries Amish custom-made sheds and storage buildings, available in common styles and with a full line of options such as floor, roof, door or window choices. A broad choice of other backyard items available as well.
Winchester’s Amish Connection
128 Cole Ln
Winchester, VA 22602
Winchester’s Amish Connection features sheds made by skilled Amish woodworkers, using fine the best woods and vinyl materials. Also sells outdoor furniture items such as poly furniture, along with a range of indoor furniture..
39469 John Mosby Highway
Aldie, VA 20105
Affordable Sheds and Garden Products
11750 Berlin Turnpike
Lovettsville, VA 20180
Affordable Sheds and Garden Products carries Quaker, A-frame, Dutch, Victorian, Hip roof or mini-barn style sheds, Options include additional or garage doors, flower boxes, cupolas, or gable vents. Amish-built sheds available in custom sizes as well.
544 Truslow Road
Fredericksburg, VA 22406
Stafford Nursery is one of the biggest Amish sheds suppliers in Virginia. They offer a full range of solid backyard structures, including sheds, available in common styles such as garden sheds, A-frame or Quaker sheds.
Absolutely Amish Structures
714 Truslow Rd.
Fredericksburg, VA 22406
Variety of structures, including storage sheds, gazebos, animal buildings, pergolas and more, built by the Kauffman family of the Lancaster County Amish community.
124 Pennsylvania Avenue
Virginia Beach, VA 23462
A broad selection of Amish-built garden sheds, made from solid wood and vinyl materials.
5525 Mechanicsville Turnpike
Mechanicsville, VA 23111
Pennsylvania-built Amish storage buildings and sheds, along with barns, playhouses, outdoor furniture.
Garden Traditions Inc
10501 Jefferson Davis Highway
North Chesterfield, VA 23237
Garden Traditions carries a vast array of Amish storage buildings, including sheds, available in a range of styles and options. Solid wood and vinyl construction for durability.
The Village Shed Store
5908 Boydton Plank Road
Petersburg, VA 23803
The Village Shed Store offers a vast array of Amish-crafted sheds. Options include shutter, trim, vinyl or shingles color selection. Windows, siding and floor options available.
Slow Ed’s Amish Sheds
2864 County Drive
Petersburg, VA 23803
18040 History Land Highway
Warsaw, VA 22572
Harper’s Building provides a broad choice of Quaker, A-frame, Cape, Dormer or Hip roof sheds styles, made from vinyl and wood by Lancaster County Amish woodworkers. Custom-build available.
Cedar Lane Storage Buildings
1025 Mortons Ferry Rd
Nathalie, VA 24577
An Amish-owned shed business in the small Halifax County, VA Amish settlement. Also sells quilts and handmade furniture.
VA residents note: Please verify business hours of Amish storage building dealers listed here. Locations and business hours can and do change. Amish-owned businesses will be closed on Sundays in accordance with Amish beliefs, though some non-Amish shed dealers may be open. Not responsible for changes to the above.
The Amish in the Old Dominion State
While the Amish are much more readily associated with states like Pennsylvania and Ohio, Virginia lays claim to its own small Amish presence. Communities can be found in the southern part of the state, in Halifax and Charlotte Counties. A third Amish settlement is located in the mountainous region near the Appalachian town of Pearisburg.
Each of these settlements numbers only a relative handful of families. While Amish have not settled in great number in the Old Dominion State, like their brethren elsewhere they have cultivated a raft of small businesses including woodworking shops and shed makers. More on the Amish in VA.
Amish businesses in VA
Amish home businesses have become an important part of the Plain economy for Amish in Virginia and elsewhere. In some areas they are superseding the traditional family farm. Amish have found entrepreneurship to be a good alternative to the prospect of purchasing high-priced land and making the large capital investment that the classic dairy farm requires. Small shops such as Amish shed businesses can be set up at a relatively low cost on the home property.
Amish business owners have a natural system of apprenticeship in place, by which youth (who finish school at around age 14-15) learn trades while working in workshops owned by family and fellow church members. Thanks to this hands-on training, Amish learn the necessary craftsmanship skills, and are exposed to real-world business experience, both of which help them run their own companies successfully later in life. Read more about Amish furniture stores in VA.
Where to buy an Amish storage building in Virginia?
Amish storage buildings can be found at multiple locations across VA. The best solution for many is to purchase an Amish shed or storage building from a dealer, many of which are located within a short drive of major Virginia population centers. Many dealers carry a range of Amish storage structures in stock, and some can also arrange custom orders with Amish craftsmen.
Buying direct from an Amish storage building business is another option. A number sell their products on a retail basis, though not all. Many Amish shed makers can also be found in neighboring states, such as Kentucky and Pennsylvania.
Finally, you may find that purchasing an Amish shed via the internet is the best option for you. This option typically allows you to browse and custom-order your selection from one of many numerous online Amish shed outlets. Delivery and set-up is often offered for a reasonable fee, or sometimes even for free when the order is within a local area.Enjoy this post? Subscribe by email to get updates from Amish America: