The Amish Tradesmen is a Christian-based, locally owned company with over 40 Years Experience, operating in Kent and Sussex Counties in Delaware. Our Amish craftsmen are a group of local Amish men that have developed exceptional skills and long-time experience in their field. The Harman family manages the company from their office and models in Seaford, Delaware.

We Can Customize Your New Building

We provide top-quality construction of Pole Buildings and Masonry by long-time authentic Amish, Mennonite and faithful Christian craftsmen in their field. You can customize your pole building to meet all your needs, whether it is for residential, commercial or agricultural use.


We Service Kent & Sussex County

Given that our Amish crew live in central Delaware and utilize a driver to transport them to each job site, we can only service Kent and Sussex Counties in Delaware.

We are licensed in multiple jurisdictions in those two counties.

Please note we do not service New Castle County or anything outside Delaware.

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“My heart took delight in all my work, and this was the reward for all my labor.”
Ecclesiastes 2:10
Let's Get Started

No need to manage your own project. The Amish Tradesmen takes care of everything from start to finish! From site preparation, custom building with your desired options, concrete floors, garage doors, to gutters & downspouts… everything you need is organized from our local office.

We would love to hear about your upcoming project! Visit us in Seaford and tour our models, or call us to discuss your design and receive a complimentary quote and proposed drawings via email.

Let’s Get Started

To get your project started, simply call 302-349-5550 to set up an appointment with Rob to tour our sample building and office located at 26673 Sussex Highway, Seaford, DE. We will walk you through the design of your new pole building placing the windows and doors exactly where you want them. Meeting in person is the very best way to do this in order to eliminate costly mistakes or misunderstandings later on.

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The Amish Tradesmen