We’ve been serving the greater New Jersey and Pennsylvania area for many years — meeting storage needs and creating the best possible experience for our customers.
All our products — whether we make them or not — are built to match our high quality standards.
Our affordable prices ensure that you find the outdoor solutions you need without breaking the bank.
Our team is ready to help at every stage of the process to help your dreams become reality.
Our team is known for quality and personal service to help you every step of the way.
Stoltzfus Structures was founded by Steve Stoltzfus and is operated by Steve and his family.
Originally from the Old Order Amish community of Lancaster County, Pennsylvania, Steve and his family have been serving Northern NJ and Eastern PA for many years.
Since the very beginning, Steve's goal has been to provide quality storage solutions and products to his neighbors and customers. That goals continues to be the focus of Stoltzfus Structures as we strive to give only the best to our customers.
All of our sheds and barns are built by the Stoltzfus family and our Amish partners, providing unmatched craftmanship and service.
With 8 children, several in-laws and a growing number of grandchildren, Steve and his family know firsthand how important it is to use space wisely. At the back of Steve’s house sits a shed from Stoltzfus Structures packed with lawn chairs, Christmas decorations, power tools, extra glassware, and more. Steve and his wife decided to get the shed so they could free up more room in the house for their children and grandchildren to visit.
“We have a big family with 8 kids. Therefore, I know what it feels like to have a lot of precious things, but to have no place to store those things. I became tired of running to a storage unit all the time. So, I began looking for a means of storing the family’s huge collection of stuff. I wanted something that was closer to home and cheaper than the storage unit(s) I was paying for. Thankfully, I found a better way and wanted to share it with other families that I knew were struggling with the same issue.”