Amish Builders – Pennsylvania

Hire an Amish Construction Crew in PA

Amish Contractor PAThe sight of an Amish construction crew at work is a common one throughout Pennsylvania.  Residential and commercial construction are among the specialties of Amish building companies.  Amish crews do remodeling, roofing, and deck work as well.

While Amish themselves do not use public electricity in their homes, on the jobsite they are able to utilize available power sources, and most Amish crews do use power tools.  In addition, most Amish construction crews employ a non-Amish driver, permitting them a substantial working range.  Philadelphia, Pittsburgh, and other areas of Pennsylvania are well within the range of Amish builders in the state.  Find an Amish construction company near you in the list below.

Amish Construction – Pennsylvania

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Lancaster County

Decks R Us
10 N Vintage Rd
Paradise, PA 17562
This is Amish owned and operated business, specializes in deck building, re-decking and deck restorations. They provide service at Lancaster, York, Harrisburg, Chester, Delaware, Montgomery Counties in PA. Western Jersey, Northern Maryland and Northern Delaware as well.

Stoltzfus Structures
5075 Lower Valley Rd.
Atglen, PA
Offers vast array of hand-built Amish structures including A-frame workshop shed, built on site sheds, dormer, firewood, garden, hip roof sheds, hy wall wall sheds, mini barns, cabanas, pavilions, pergolas and many more. Delivery service available.

Amish Designers
1321 Georgetown Road
Quarryville, PA
Amish Designers is Amish owned business, selling hand built structures such as gazebos, large gazebos, pavilions, pergolas, custom and commercial structures all made by Amish workers. Both Amish and non-Amish installation crew available.

Amish Built
1390 Columbia Avenue
Lancaster, PA
Specializes in custom built garages, by skilled Amish contractors. Their service include free estimate, custom match siding and roofing, concrete/block foundation, unlimited sizes and designs, Amish crew. Amish Built company serve New York, New Jersey, Delaware, Pennsylvania, Maryland, Connecticut and parts of Virginia.

Chief Osceola Builders
1576 Main St.
PO Box 175
Goodville, PA
Amish owned and operated business. Specializes in new construction, roofing, siding, remodeling, additions, deck and patios building. They provide service to Eastern Pennsylvania, New Jersey, Delaware and Maryland.

Deck Craft
1063 Compass Road
Honey Brook, PA
Amish made decks, rails, deck accessories, porches, pergolas, gazebos. Re-decking service available as well.

Stoltzfus & Sons Builders
5621 Meadville Road
Gap, PA
Amish roofing including asphalt, rubber or cedar, installation service

Forest Ridge Builders
John Smucker
512 Meetinghouse Road
Gap , PA 17527
Specializes in custom-built homes, additions, decks, remodeling, barns, garages, and more.

Central PA

The Amish Builders
Turbotville, PA
Features Amish crafted pole barns, decks, siding, roofing, repair works.

Western PA

Absolute Amish Home Improvement
342 Stonepile Road
Mercer, PA 16137
Absolute Amish Home Improvement provides replacement, repairing roofs, garages, windows replacement, siding, masonry, stone work, additions, pole buildings, custom wood, composite decks and more. All employees are Amish craftsmen.

Check with builders directly to verify services.  Business information can change.  To find an Amish builder in another state, try the Amish Construction main directory.  Looking for a different Amish business or product?  Try the Amish Business Directory main page.

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