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Meet Our Haulers

bradley 

Bradley moved to our town a few years back when he got married. He liked the area and wanted to help out with the local Mennonite church that his father in law pastors. Switching from a Mennonite school teacher to a shed hauler may seem like quite the task but he has mastered the trade. We couldn't be more thankful for having Bradley as a friend and part of the Shed Wranglers team these last few years.

george

George was one of the first shed haulers to haul for all 3 of the Amish shops in our community. Back when we had horses and buggies, everyone was thankful to know a honest hard working man with a truck. After delivering sheds for many years, George went on to buy the Esh family's shop when they moved. Years later, our shops joined forces and not long after we moved to our new location. Since there's a shortage of shed haulers these days, George stepped up and helped out. He has over 20 years' experience with building and delivering sheds and it shows!

George was one of the first shed haulers to haul for all 3 of the Amish shops in our community. Back when we had horses and buggies, everyone was thankful to know a honest hard working man with a truck. After delivering sheds for many years, George went on to buy the Esh family's shop when they moved. Years later, our shops joined forces and not long after we moved to our new location. Since there's a shortage of shed haulers these days,  George stepped up and helped out. He has over 20 years' experience with building and delivering sheds and it shows!

todd

Before moving with our family to Blanch in '94, Todd had already been building sheds with the Amish in Union Grove where he first met his wife who he married many years later. Todd worked with our family for many years before having children of his own and moving back closer to his and his wife's families. He's been driving about 3 hours up to help us get our sheds delivered to you since we're growing at our new location. Todd is one of the nicest guys you'll ever meet and we're happy to have him back!

johnny

Johnny and I grew up about a mile apart and when we weren't working like crazy I'd walk through the woods to his house we'd grab a bunch of snacks out of his dads Amish goods store then we were off fishing or exploring the woods. Seems like yesterday, but he's got kids running around now about the age we were then. He was always the wilder one of the bunch and anybody who didn't know any better would say no way this man grew up Amish, but wild man or not, when it's time to be professional he does it well and it'll be hard to find a harder worker who'll go non-stop until the job is done and done right. He wouldn't give me a picture for his bio so now he has to put up with this bio. Wish me luck.

Alex

Alex was recommended to us by his brother-in-law Bradley and is the youngest hauler in Shed Wranglers. We get constant positive feedback from our customers for Alex. He's hard working, dedicated,  and always does an incredible job. More than one person has told us when we first saw Alex we thought he's mighty young to be delivering sheds, but by the time he leaves they're letting us know how impressed they are. If you get a chance to see one of his setup jobs you'd think it would've taken someone with many more years experience.

Meet Our Haulers

bradley 

Bradley moved to our town a few years back when he got married. He liked the area and wanted to help out with the local Mennonite church that his father in law pastors. Switching from a Mennonite school teacher to a shed hauler may seem like quite the task but he has mastered the trade. We couldn't be more thankful for having Bradley as a friend and part of the Shed Wranglers team these last few years.

george

George was one of the first shed haulers to haul for all 3 of the Amish shops in our community. Back when we had horses and buggies, everyone was thankful to know a honest hard working man with a truck. After delivering sheds for many years, George went on to buy the Esh family's shop when they moved. Years later, our shops joined forces and not long after we moved to our new location. Since there's a shortage of shed haulers these days,  George stepped up and helped out. He has over 20 years' experience with building and delivering sheds and it shows!

todd

Before moving with our family to Blanch in '94, Todd had already been building sheds with the Amish in Union Grove where he first met his wife who he married many years later. Todd worked with our family for many years before having children of his own and moving back closer to his and his wife's families. He's been driving about 3 hours up to help us get our sheds delivered to you since we're growing at our new location. Todd is one of the nicest guys you'll ever meet and we're happy to have him back!

alex

Alex was recommended to us by his brother-in-law Bradley and is the youngest hauler in Shed Wranglers. We get constant positive feedback from our customers for Alex. He's hard working, dedicated,  and always does an incredible job. More than one person has told us when we first saw Alex we thought he's mighty young to be delivering sheds, but by the time he leaves they're letting us know how impressed they are. If you get a chance to see one of his setup jobs you'd think it would've taken someone with many more years experience.

johnny

Johnny and I grew up about a mile apart and when we weren't working like crazy I'd walk through the woods to his house we'd grab a bunch of snacks out of his dads Amish goods store then we were off fishing or exploring the woods. Seems like yesterday, but he's got kids running around now about the age we were then. He was always the wilder one of the bunch and anybody who didn't know any better would say no way this man grew up Amish, but wild man or not, when it's time to be professional he does it well and it'll be hard to find a harder worker who'll go non-stop until the job is done and done right. He wouldn't give me a picture for his bio so now he has to put up with this bio. Wish me luck.

The first 150 miles* of delivery are FREE, including free cement blocks* for set-up*

The delivery cost on all buildings 12 feet wide and under is $10 per mile (after the first free 150 miles) from our shop in Virginia. This cost is automatically applied during online checkout and appears as "Standard Delivery". Up to 1 hour of set-up time is included in the price.

For all buildings measuring 14 feet wide, the delivery fee is $10 per mile (after the first free 50 miles). The fee is automatically applied during online checkout and appears as "Oversized Delivery". Up to 2 hours of set-up time is included in the price.

Please note that high rainfall and severe weather conditions can delay normal delivery time. *Number of free cement blocks corresponds to building length. Any unused blocks will remain on the truck. Additional blocks are $3 each. 

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