It all started in a small shop south of Alpine-Alpa Cheese House where our first storage barns were built one winter many years ago. By the end of the year, our founder – Mose Miller – realized the need for storage buildings and in 1981 Alpine Structures was born. Since we were located in the Alpine area, we chose the name Alpine Structures, and 3 years later we built a new shop several miles down the road at our present location in Winesburg, Ohio on State Route 62.
Alpine Structures is innovative and always looking for ways to better meet customers' needs. That's why Alpine Structures was the first company in Holmes County to construct buildings on the customer's site—eliminating access problems and size limitations.
Not all buildings are created equal. At Alpine Structures, we have learned what products assure structural integrity and increase our customers' property value. For many years plywood was considered the best option for building storage units because it did a good job and looked nice. At the time, OSB (Orient Stand Board) was in development but was thought to be an inferior product. Over the years, plywood quality deteriorated drastically and has given us serious problems due to warping between the rafters. But in recent years, OSB has vastly improved in performance. That's why we have made it our standard roof sheathing. Some may not care for the look of OSB, but as a sheathing product it outperforms plywood while giving our customers a building with superior roof sheathing that's designed to stay true.
As we continue to grow, Alpine Structures remains dedicated to providing high–quality products with excellent customer service. Our success is credited first and foremost to God who has blessed us abundantly—with wonderful employees and loyal customers. ~ Javan Miller, owner