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Yesterday I stopped by an Amish owned metal fabricating shop that we work with frequently. I noticed production was buzzing and asked Stephen the plant manager what was keeping them busy. He said on Saturday they received an order for 1,000 hospital beds, they must deliver the first shipment of 200 beds on Friday to a hospital in the South. A massive mobilization is taking place, say thanks to frontline workers and the truckers moving the goods! ... See MoreSee Less
We are working on a master plan for a young family with dreams in a 240 year old home. I’m standing in the “new” part of the home. Looking forward to getting our entire team back to work. The light streaming through the window is encouragement that a brighter day is headed our way. ... See MoreSee Less
It’s with a lump in our throats that we announce we have temporarily halted construction on all projects to comply with Governor Wolf’s decree. Our office is closed. Our employees will be laid off until we can safely resume construction.
While this is a drastic step, we support the Governor’s decision to limit the spread of COVID 19 by shuttering businesses. Laura and I will remain at our desks (remotely of course) to prepare to serve our remarkable clients post shut down. We are fortunate to work with the most outstanding team of people in the business of renovating homes.
I believe many of you will be spending a great deal of time in your home over the next couple of weeks. Should you happen to notice a defect or a minor annoyance, consider giving George a call at (610) 842-3484. He could come up with a simple solution. Our craftsmen could add a bit of wainscoting or crown moulding, possibly a new custom kitchen, or now that you mention it, a whole house renovation with an addition might just solve that leak in the roof or the crack in the plaster. You know, something easy and simple.
I recently heard it said that, "Staying home is easier than going to war." Let's get through this together and then come roaring back!
I’m sitting outside this evening on my beautiful deck, enjoying the spring rain and appreciating the thoughtful design and craftsmanship that went in to making this happen. We’ll get through this, and when we do, we’ll have you back. Stay safe.
If any of your employees need anything, please let us know.
"Life comes at you fast" and we have been making changes daily to provide a safe working environment for our employees and clients. Our hands have never been cleaner and we are learning to use Google Hangouts with clients and fellow employees alike. ... See MoreSee Less
Rittenhouse Builders is looking forward to supporting the third annual Di-Atglen Alley Wizard Faire a free community festival celebrating wizard-related fantasy literature. Hosted by the Atglen Public Library, this wonderfully creative event boasts a Wizard Academy, face painting, a costume contest, Wizard Quizzo, stage programs, bounce houses, and more! Come shop in Di-Atglen Alley, eat-in The Hop's Head, and puzzle your way out of the escape room. An event for the whole family, there is something for everyone at Di-Atglen Alley Wizard Faire!We're building up to one fantastic day! Thank you to Rittenhouse Builders, Inc. for your ongoing generous support of the Wizard Faire. ... See MoreSee Less