Our Company

Our Company

Precise Buildings, LLC. is a full service custom builder based in the heart of Lancaster County, Pennsylvania. Precise was founded on the principles of Faith, Integrity, and Work Ethic. We are committed to excellence and focused on the details to make our customer's visions a reality, precisely as they dream. Precise uses a combination of skilled Amish Craftsmen, and innovative engineering and design to deliver exceptional results every day. When we are on site, in our customers' homes or on their properties, everyone at Precise strives to treat the people, the animals, the buildings, and the properties with care and respect. We are committed to quality, in materials and workmanship and focus on the details to deliver a superior product. Precise is a family owned operation that takes care of our employees as we would our families. As a family, we believe that everything we do should honor Christ and we are committed to maintaining a high standard of integrity and workmanship.

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“We met with John Fisher and he helped us from the design of the barn all the way through to completion. The craftsmanship and attention to detail is unbelievable. If you are in the market for a barn, Precise Buildings is the company to use....”

—Ron Weber

“Dear John I am so happy with this beautiful barn, our family loves being in it and so will the horses. Alvin and his crew were a pleasure and respectful of the property, hard working and just nice to be around. They added features that I hadn't thought of that will make my life easier. I'd recommend your company to anyone.”

—Frances Rudner

“We have always been happy with the professional, timely work, and the great service we have received from Precise Buildings.”

—Karen and Paul Martin