Meet Your Craftsman, Mark Troyer

Mark Troyer has over 25 years experience in the remodeling industry. Mark became a Certified Remodeler (CR) through the National Association of the Remodeling Industry in 2000 as a continuing effort to increase the company’s professionalism. Mark is not content to rest on his laurels of past experiences, but continuously looks for new and better ways to accomplish the homeowner’s and the company’s goals. Mark attributes his strong work ethic to his Amish upbringing. In June of 2003 Mark graduated from a seven-quarter leadership program at Vineyard Leadership Institute.

“I get energized from being creative in design and from working with people in helping them realize their dreams.” – Mark

Church involvement continues to be a high priority to Mark, his wife Charlene, and their children (three girls and a boy.) When it comes to relaxing, he turns to hunting, fishing, and vacationing with his family. Mark’s hunting trips have taken him to such places as Alaska, Arizona, and Hawaii. A recent mission trip to Ethiopia had a significant impact on Mark. He says that the trip really increased his appreciation for the benefits we enjoy in the United States: benefits he acknowledges that have roots in the Godly principles the founding fathers built America upon.


Mark Troyer Remodeling will be the preferred home remodeler within a 25-mile radius of its address of business.


Our mission is to provide the highest quality residential remodeling services and complete customer satisfaction to distinguished customers in the markets we choose to compete. We will be known as a company of integrity and professionalism, superb community responsibility, and one that values its employees, subcontractors, and customers.


We will operate this business according to biblically based business goals. These include:

Short-term Goals

Financial Priorities
1. Pay suppliers/subcontractors
2. Pay employees
3. Meet owner’s needs

Long-term Goal- Glorify God

By the following functions:
1. Funding the Gospel
2. Meeting Needs
3. Discipling
4. Making a Profit

Ethical Priorities

1. Pay taxes
2. Avoid fraud- practice honesty
3. Don’t misuse company property
4. Practice confession and restitution