Amish Shed Company Launched in Missouri

Samuel Fisher, who learned the shed-building trade in the “Shed Capital of the World,” has launched a new Amish sheds company in Dunnegan, Missouri—Dunnegan Springs Structures.

For nearly ten years, Fisher worked in the storage shed industry in Lancaster County, Pennsylvania. During that time, he was tasked with doing about every part of the building process.

From cutting to building and even setting up storage sheds and prefab garages on-site, Fisher had the opportunity to learn the trade well.

“I did a bit of everything,” he says.

Then, he moved to Dunnegan, to a new Amish community. At first, he set up a business and began working in construction and building in the local area. But his desire to work from home alongside his sons, kept tugging at his heart.

With Dunnegan Springs Structures, Fisher will build storage sheds, portable garages, cabin sheds and even animal shelters. He is joined by his recently acquired son-in-law who married the eldest of his three daughters.

Born inside the Amish tradition where working from home alongside other family members is common, Fisher decided launching a home-based business would give more time for family and more time for working alongside his growing sons.

First, they had to get to work building a manufacturing facility from which to launch. The storage shed manufacturing facility is built and ready to go, and Fisher and his small team have been producing their first storage sheds.

To begin, the start-up Amish sheds company is offering four basic storage shed models, two portable garage styles, three cabin designs and a run-in shed for animals. There are, of course, options such as extra windows and doors along with lofts and more.

The new company’s structures are available online, on a website developed by E-Impact Marketing of Lancaster, Pennsylvania.


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