Panhandle Homes of Berkeley County – our name says it all. We're proud to be from Berkeley County, West Virginia. We were born here and grew up here – you know many of us and we know many of you. For those of you just getting to know us, ask others about us...talk with our own homeowners, ask your lenders, bankers, and insurance agents about us, ask the "man on the street". Our reputation, as defined by those who know us, is our biggest asset.
Award-winning homes built one at a time in award-winning neighborhoods carefully and thoughtfully created by us... neighborhoods our owners are proud to call home... Spring Mills, Foxcroft Meadow, Scenic View Estates, Eagle Ridge, Northwind, Hammond's Mill, and now... prestigious Brookfield... beautiful and pastoral Willow Ridge... the ultimate in a convenient location, Bridle Creek. As the developer and primary builder, we provide unmatched continuity, information and detail about the areas in which we build.
Panhandle Homes of Berkeley County... here yesterday, here today and here tomorrow. And what is more important than dependability in today's ever-changing market? Panhandle Homes of Berkeley County, whose owners today live in neighborhoods they, themselves, developed and among owners of homes they built.
Build with confidence with one of the area's most-trusted names... Panhandle Homes of Berkeley County... here yesterday, today and tomorrow... for you
A well-diversified company begun in 1986, Panhandle Builders and Excavating, Inc., was founded by local residents, L. Allen, David and Carole Henry. With a mission of exceeding customers' expectations while producing the highest quality of commercial and residential construction at the lowest cost, PB & E and its residential housing division, Panhandle Homes of Berkeley County, have been recognized since their inception as a driving force in the construction industry in this tri-state area.
PB & E's five subsidiary companies include Rental Properties, Inc., which offer a wide variety of commercial and residential rentals, including the Spring Mills Apartments and the Evergreen Center, as well as the Spring Mills Self Storage complex with 356 units.
Having received so much from the Martinsburg-Berkeley County community over a long period of time, PB & E and Panhandle Homes strive to be active members of the community.
The company's involvement includes donations of land, labor and/or materials to non-profit organizations as varied as the Berkeley County Library, the Poor House Farm Park Equestrian Center, the Martinsburg Boys and Girls Club, United Way, and Habitat for Humanity.
In 2007 this company was recognized as the corporate philanthropist of the year by the Eastern Panhandle Community Foundation.