Amish Buildings

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You don’t have to be Amish to understand the value of a building crafted by the Amish Craftsmanship guidelines, “Built Better to Last Longer!”

Amish buildings are truly built better to last longer

Have you read our new page, “Amish Craftsmanship“?

The new page is filled with Amish accolades, written by a Missouri guest blogger. She, Sheryl Hackworth, seems to understand the Amish quite well.  For not being Amish herself she appears to fit right in.  Its a wonderful piece written describing Amish buildings and Amish culture in general.  She starts by describing the true Amish, who live the ultimate simple life.  While weaving her own heart and soul into the article, Sheryl gives us a clear picture of why Amish buildings are the best buildings made.

Sheryl appreciates the simple life. More than once I have heard her say how much she loves her small town life in Missouri. Sheryl is happy and has true respect for all people. Her accolades, as she so whiteley called it, are endearing. She understands that with quality comes true love of the business.  A great company who cares nothing, or little about quality, won’t be great for long.  She also understands that you don’t have to be Amish to have a love for their buildings.  After all, Vanilla Ice went straight to the source to find out how the Amish buildings were built.  His interview on “The Talk” was great.  He admits, because he owns his own construction company, that he wanted in on their secret.

Read more about what Amish buildings means to this very special guest blogger.

If you have guest blogs you would like to publish please send them to:  kathryn@classicbuildingsales.com  We would love to hear from each and every one of you.

About Kathryn

Always concerned with above and beyond customer service. Get a free quote on a new building today by checking out the Midwest location nearest you at http://www.classicbuildingsales.com/locations/ now. We look forward to speaking with you.

Comments

  1. The model of barn/cabin that’s in this picture – I believe this was the model on display at the Missouri State Fair last year, am I correct? Would anyone be able to send me information (purchase cost, dimensions, floor plans, etc.) about this cabin? Thanks!

    • Good morning Matt. I will pass your information along to a regional manager who can put you in the store nearest to you. We will get you the information shortly. Thank you for your interest in Classic Building’s.

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