About Weaver Superior Walls

See what makes us the leading installer of precast foundation walls in the Mid-Atlantic and Northeastern United States.

By The Numbers

1985 Year Founded
15 Years Guarantee against structural defects and side wall water penetration
4 Million ft Superior Walls we’ve built and installed
69,000 ft Expansion in 2002 that more than doubled our plant capacity to meet growing demand

Our History

In 1958, Charles W. Weaver and Luke S. Weaver founded Charles W. Weaver, Inc., a residential masonry contracting firm based in Lancaster County, PA. In 1985, Weaver Masonry started Weaver Precast to produce the Superior Walls product in an effort to help revolutionize foundations in the residential construction market. Established on sound morals and impeccable business ethics, three generations of the Weaver family have guided the company to meet the changing demands of the construction industry until 2021 when under direction of long-term management, Weaver Superior Walls was formed to continue operations with the same morals and ethics leading the new company on its mission to be a market leader in precast foundation solutions.

An Innovator in Precast Foundations

From a small masonry shop in Lancaster County, Weaver Superior Walls has grown to become an innovator and leader in the industry. Beginning with 67 basements per year in 1985, the company has grown to produce and install over 4,000,000 feet of walls in homes throughout the Northeast. In addition to its residential offering, Weaver Superior Walls has successfully integrated their products in the light commercial, senior living, and multi-family markets, partnering with some of the most respected contractors in the region.

Our Staff

Weaver Superior Walls has a knowledgeable and professional team committed to providing best in class customer service and quality products. Call us today to find out why so many builders and contractors have switched to Weaver Superior Walls.

Doug Pfautz President
John Herbein Production Manager
Logan Smith Director of Sales & Marketing
Melissa Hammer Human Resources Manager
Nate West Install Scheduling/Customer Service
Dave Carr Service & Warranty Tech
Kevin Martin Installation & Special Projects Manager
James Thomas Production Drafting & Scheduling Manager
Mitchell Coleman Estimator, Draftsman
Paul Hiestand Operations Coordinator & Customer Assistance for SWNE
Tim Worsham Controller

Serving Mid Atlantic & Northeastern United States

From our manufacturing facility in Ephrata, Pennsylvania, we work with architects, builders, and contractors through the Mid-Atlantic and Northeastern US. Our territory covers portions of Pennsylvania, Maryland, Virginia, Washington DC, New York, Connecticut, Rhode Island, Massachusetts, Vermont, New Hampshire, and Maine.

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Memberships and Associations

ABC Keystone Chapter
BIA of Lancaster County
York Builders Association
HBA of Berks County
HBA of Bucks and Montgomery Counties
New York State Builders Association
Long Island Builders Institute
Home Builders and Remodelers of CT
Maryland BIA

Community Activities

Supporting our local community is important to us. Here are a few organizations that we support.

B.I.R.D Ministries

Beginning In the Right Direction (B.I.R.D) Ministries supports and encourages women who are trapped in the cycle of prison, addiction, and abuse.

739 Spruce Rd.
New Holland, PA 17557

Phone: 717-295-3301
Website: www.birdministries.org

Gifts of Joy – Mental Health of America Lancaster County

Gifts of Joy collects supplies and gifts for children and adults who have a mental health diagnosis and will not otherwise receive Christmas gifts.
Mental Health of America Lancaster County supports thousands of residents through programs and services that promote mental health awareness, healing, and advocacy for mental health issues.

630 Janet Ave.
Lancaster, PA 17601-4585

Phone: 717-397-7461
Website: www.mhalancaster.org

Bikes for Tykes

We worked with Ephrata Social Services to find families in need who had a child wishing for a new bike for Christmas.

To fulfill these wishes, employees from all departments broke into 7 mini-teams to work together to assemble children’s bikes. One team member, “the assembler,” wore a fancy blindfold while the remaining team members guided and instructed the assembly. At the close of assembly, we had 8 complete bicycles (including one pre-assembled example bike).

A random drawing was held for the opportunity to win one of two bicycles. Staff members were selected as winners. Mike donated his bike to a customer’s 3-year old son after they lost their home and wife/mother to a house fire. The remaining 6 bicycles were donated to local families in Ephrata.

Operation Christmas Child

Operation Christmas Child is a discipleship and ministry program organized by Samaritan’s Purse. Every year, we pack shoeboxes with gifts and drop them off at a location in Lancaster. Along with their shoebox gifts, the children also receive The Greatest Gift, a storybook that shares the Gospel message of salvation through Christ.

Website: samaritanspurse.org