The Shenandoah Valley is a treasure of the Commonwealth, and we are fortunate to be a part of its community. We take pride in working hard for you as a company here at Herr & Co.—but that does not mean we don’t have fun! Whether you are new to the area or an old friend looking for something new to explore, meet our crew and learn about their favorite spots here in the Shenandoah Valley. We’ll see you out there!
During winter months, construction projects can become more difficult for many reasons. If your project is about to endure the coldest months of the year, we can help you better understand (and outsmart!) construction during winter.
Bumping elbows, crowded kitchens, and bathroom lines. Sometimes the holidays can remind us it is time for a little more space. Fortunately, expanding does not have to mean buying or building a new home. It can be as simple as changing the home you already love. This may seem like the worst time of year to start a home remodel, but a good local contractor can make any time the right time.
Foundation damage can transform your home from a safe environment to a hazardous one. Even the slightest crack can lead to pervasive damage inside, ranging from tangible water damage to poor air quality that has lasting health effects. Timely foundation repair may be your ticket to safe air in your home, as well as a home without structural fatigue.
Have you and your congregation come to realize that your church needs a change, whether it be for a health and safety reason or an aesthetic purpose? Or, are you ready for the leap into a church construction project from the ground up? Taking the first steps into your church renovation or church construction project can be daunting, at best. The team at Herr & Co. is here to help.
When you’re researching quality, local carpenters for your next project, look no further than Herr & Company. From residential to commercial construction, we have finish and rough carpenters on staff to give you peace of mind and provide quality control throughout the project. By keeping carpenters on staff, we are able to deliver a higher quality project, built to last.