Ohio Amish roofing contractors

Amish Roofing OHAmish roofing contractors provide services throughout the Buckeye State, including roof repair, re-roofing, new roof installation, shingle repair and replacement, metal roofing, and more.  Check the directory below to find an Amish roofer in Ohio.

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Please note: Many of the following companies are Amish-owned and operated.  Some are owned by non-Amish roofing contractors who employ Amish workers.  Policies and services may change, please double-check with the roofer for current information and details on getting a roofing estimate.  View the main directory of Amish roofers including companies in states such as PA and IN.


Quite a few Amish roofing contractors provide services in the greater Cleveland area, including Lake and Cuyahoga Counties.  Ohio’s second biggest Amish population is centered in nearby Geauga County, home to a number of Amish roofers.

Hershberger Roofing & Siding
Middlefield, OH
(440) 638-1206
Hershberger Roofing & Siding is an Amish-owned and operated business, and has been providing roofing services for the past 10 years. Amish craftsmen perform high quality work including roof installation, roof repair, roof inspections, as well as energy-efficient and eco-friendly roofing solutions. Roofs can be customized to fit any specifications.

Amish Roofing
1306 Moore Rd
Orwell, OH 44076
This company provides a broad range of services including home remodeling, residential roofing, commercial roofing and more.

Amish Owned Roofing Specialist
Chardon, OH 44024

Able Amish Roofing
Akron, OH 44312
(330) 899-9710

Amish Roofing & Construction
5504 Adams Ave
Ashtabula, OH 44004
(440) 319-4594

Kline Roofing
1202 Medina Road
Medina, OH 44256
(330) 347-3601
Amish-owned Kline Roofing offers complete roofing services including new roofing, roof restoration, roof repair after wind and hail damage, siding, windows, gutter, gutter guards and other exterior products. This business employs experienced Amish workers on its crews.  Fully insured.

Amish Builders
11722 Akron Canfield Rd
North Jackson, OH 44451

Jacob Yoder – Amish Carpentry
125 County Rd 30A
Jeromesville, OH 44840

Northcoast Housewrights
PO Box 279
Madison, OH 44057
Non-Amish company employing Amish roofers. Does work in the following areas: Lake, Cuyahoga, Geauga, and Ashtabula County.

Roof Replacement Ohio

Amish workers do roof replacement in Cleveland, Columbus, Cincinnati, and other locations throughout Ohio


The Holmes County Amish community is home to numerous Amish construction companies, including roofing contractors.  Amish in this community and others in central Ohio provide roofing services in the greater Columbus area.

Charm Builders
Millersburg, OH
(330) 893-7663
Charm Builders specializes in re-roofing; also installs new roofs, siding, windows and guttering.  Amish roofing crews perform solid constructions work to fit any specifications using high-quality materials.  Home waterproofing and weatherizing.

Yoder’s Outdoor
4964 Burbank Road
Wooster, OH 44691
(330) 601-0016
Carries indoor and outdoor products including furniture, cabins, play sets and storage buildings.   Also provides re-roofing and re-siding services.

Troyer Roofing
Laurelville, OH 43135

Matt Quinn & CO Amish Roofing
2806 Woodberry Road
Bellville, OH

Ohio Metal Roofing
Wengerd Homes Certified Drexel Metals, Metal Roof Installer
Serving Central Ohio
All work is done by William Wengerd of Wegerd Homes located out of Fredericktown.


While the larger Amish settlements are located in other regions of the state, some Amish roofing companies do service the greater Cincinnati area. Some Amish roofers servicing Cincinnati and southern Ohio may in fact be located in neighboring states such as Kentucky and Indiana.

Amish Renovations
11380 Grooms Rd
Cincinnati, OH 45242
(800) 956-9910
Insured Amish construction company doing new roofing, siding, decks, gutters, and more, along with interior work. New residential roof can be installed within two weeks.

Amish roofing crew photos: WCN 24/7/flickr

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