John Pfaff founded Pfaff Builders, Inc., over 40 years ago in Carroll County, Maryland. John has resided in Carroll/Frederick County for 40 years. John’s two sons, Kirk and Brian, are actively involved in the company business.

Many of Pfaff’s employees have been with the company for 20 years or longer. It is not surprising that with that kind of experience you get skilled individuals who are familiar with all areas of the building process. It is easy to see why Pfaff Builders, Inc., was awarded “Outstanding New Home” in 2000.

Pfaff Builders holds a Maryland Home Improvement Contractor’s license (#11642) and a Maryland Home Builders Registration (#7083). Pfaff Builders is a member in good standing of the Better Business Bureau, the National Association of Home Builders, and the Homebuilders Association of Maryland.

Our Staff
John oversees each project personally. Sons Kirk and Brian Pfaff supervise and manage the in-house framing crew. Pfaff Builders, Inc., employs its own masonry crew and most of the sub-contractors have worked regularly with John for his entire career. This familiarity and allegiance produces tight quality control and a high degree of excellence in every Pfaff Builders, Inc., building project.

Our Philosophy
Pfaff Builders, Inc., believes in providing high quality, earth-friendly, and value-priced construction, excellent craftsmanship, careful oversight, and most importantly, a final product that meets or exceeds the needs and wants of each client.

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Community Involvement
Supporting various Carroll County community organizations has always been very important to Pfaff Builders. Pfaff is a yearly purchaser at the Carroll County 4-H Livestock Auction, an annual contributor to the Newspapers in Education Program, and a sponsor of the Warriors Wrestling Program, among other causes. In 2006, Pfaff Builders donated all the labor involved to complete an addition to the home of a family in Sykesville who takes in foster children. The addition to their home will allow them to house more foster children in the future.