Located in Maine - Etna, Holden, Lyman, Sabattus
Emanuel started Hill View Mini Barns in 2000 shortly after getting married and moving to Maine. Over the years he has built the business from a sole (and soulmate) operation to over 16 employees and 3 main locations. At the start he worked out of a garage that could barely fit one large building. He can be found in the shop advising the crew, in the office doing sales, or on the road picking up materials or talking to customers.
Randy works out of the Etna office. He spends a good deal of his time working on modular home and horse barn quotes making sure the customer gets what they need. He has worked for Hill View Mini Barns for several years and has a great understanding of the products offered from small storage sheds to homes and modular barns.
Managing the Sabattus office is Eric Schroeder. Eric has been with the company since 2012. He brings with him experience in construction and has previously worked at Hill View Mini Barns doing deliveries and other tasks. If you come to the Sabattus office, Eric will help you in finding the right building match for you. Stop by our Sabattus office to see the inventory, get a free estimate, or just to say 'Hi' to Eric!
Adam works doing sales out of the Holden sales location. He has extensive design, drafting, and engineering experience and is a valuable asset to have at Hill View Mini Barns.
Adam will be able to guide you in your purchase decision whether it's a small storage building or a log sided home. Over the past few years his knowledge of the log sided homes has grown to the point where he's our 'go-to' person for that product.
The sales in the Lyman office are primarily handled by Barron Rau. Barron used to work in the shop and as a delivery driver, then came back to work in the office in Southern Maine. Because of his prior experience, he has a great overall understanding of the buildings. He'll be able to work with you to get the right size and style of building that meets your needs.
If you purchase a stick built garage or a modular home, you're bound to see Mitch and a few of his assistants at your place. Mitch has been with Hill View Mini Barns for several years and is also a skilled carpenter, hard working, and agile. Many of the larger buildings get partially constructed in the warehouse, then loaded on the trailer for assembly at your site.
Pictured with Mitch (far left) are Travis and Ryan who work together and complete the job site crew.
Most of the deliveries in the southern part of the state are handled by Wendell. He has been with Hill View Mini Barns for several years and also brings with him his carpentry skill when needed. Wendell is shown here with the Dodge 1-ton delivery truck and specialized trailer. All of the trailers used at Hill View Mini Barns for deliveries are constructed to carry and unload your building accurately and with minimum disturbance to your property. Hill View Mini Barns can also move your storage building from one location to another.
Wendell also knows the various product line and fills in for the sales offices in Lyman and Sabattus when needed.
James has been with the company for many years now. He started out in the shop then transitioned to driving the trucks and doing Many of the Maine deliveries. He works mostly out of the Etna location so if you're in that area you may see him with your building. His patient and calm personality helps when deliveries don't quite go as expected!
A.J. makes long runs and also shorter deliveries between our locations. He's shown his expertise with his trucking in the time he's been driving for us. All of our drivers are responsible for their trucks and do a daily inspection before hitting the road so that they can be as safe as possible. A.J. has shown that he knows trucks and driving making him a great fit for our company!
Making trucking runs between our locations or out of State to pick up products takes a special person. Especially when there are oversized loads running through construction areas.
Quintin has the trucking as well as the mechanical experience to make that work as smoothly as possible. You're not apt to see Quintin often as he's working behind the scenes, but we wanted to picture him here as he's an important piece to making the Hill View Mini Barn process work well.