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Our Company has been growing and expanding since it was established in 2012. Our Company motto is “Building what matters.” It refers to the buildings we create – and a lot more! We try to build a positive Company image each day by hard work and integrity. We are also building relationships that matter. We build relationships with our Creator, our co-workers, customers, vendors, and whomever crosses our path. And finally, “Building What Matters” reminds us of an important project – our character development. In our day-to-day work as a Company, we are striving to build character. Let’s make it positive!



  • To perform for our valued customers the highest level of quality construction services at reasonable prices in a timely, professional manner, with attention to detail.
  • To strive for customer satisfaction in all areas.
  • To maintain the highest levels of professionalism, integrity, honesty, and fairness in our relationships with our suppliers, subcontractors, professional associates, and customers.
  • To provide our valued employees with an enjoyable Christian atmosphere where they can use and improve their God-given talents, always striving for better quality and more efficient production.



The first Esh Builders was started because a father had nine sons who needed work. I was one of those sons. I started working for my dad’s construction business at eighteen years old and continued working there for five years. Then I switched to farming until one of my sons was ready to try his hand at it. I left the farm in my son’s care in 2010 and began working for Timberline Pole Building, where I stayed for two years.


In the spring of 2012, I decided to start my own construction business using the name “My Master’s Trade.” A friend told me about a man named Jeff Hepler who was looking for a job. I called him and the first time we talked, we seemed to connect. We shared a vision for a Christian work atmosphere

My construction business became the second Esh Builders. After talking to my dad, I sensed that it would please him if I would carry on the family business name. I made the decision to use the “Esh Builders” name for my business rather than “My Master’s Trade.” Since its beginning in 2012, the business has been growing. When I wanted to cut back on my workload, my son Matthew (the third Generation to work in construction) stepped up to the plate to handle much of the day-to-day operations. Matthew and I share the responsibility of the business and enjoy the privilege of running a family business together. – by Gideon Esh, Owner