For over 36 years Jeff and Jodi have gladly worked together as a husband and wife building team, providing style with durability. They started a fence company in their twenties and ran that for nearly 10 years until selling the company branching off into decks and sustainable earth freindly buildings.
In addition to traditional jobs like painting, decks, dock makeovers, roofing (metal or asphalt),bathrooms, electrical, plumbing,siding, fences, and tiny houses, They also do quite progressive projects like strawbale and cargo container construction, and off grid electric power. They appreciate very much the opportunity their valued customers give them and work hard to please their clients with well constructed long lasting stylish durability. Please give Jeff and Jodi a call at 607-382-9598 or JeffandJodiFilms@hotmail.com (They also do open source documentary films to help make the world a little better)
About Jeff & Jodi Andrysick — Pulteney, NY
My wife Jodi and I love nature. We are both country raised and love the mountains and all the Finger Lakes especially Keuka Lake, the Crown Jewel of the Finger Lakes.
I came here as a child from outside Elmira, NY. My family had an old wooden boat and we had the best times of our lives on Keuka Lake.
Jodi was the southern Pennsylvania sweet peach I very luckily picked.
We decided to move to Pulteney 20 years ago from central PA where we practiced Naturopathic Medicine and lived in a post and beam home we sustainably built using straw bales for insulation. We cut the posts and beams with our own sawmill.
My Dad said that Pulteney residents have always been famous for being such nice folks. It’s true, people around here are really nice!
We built another straw bale homestead here on our farm in Pulteney. It is the white house behind the market with the really steep roof. We drilled our water well and got the best tasting sweet pure water you can find anywhere and we use no chemicals on our 50 acre nut, fruit, and berry farm. Water is the next oil and we must protect it!
The power company told us they could run us electric power for $12,000 (plus they would throw in as a bonus a lifetime of electric bills). We decided for $6,000 we’d install ourselves a windmill on an old microwave tower and put in a battery bank.
The home was powered by electrons compliments of the steady hilltop winds. After living completely off grid for nearly 8 years we sold the straw bale homestead, the white house and windmill located behind the farm/craft market.
We sold the straw bale homestead and did a major long distance move 1000 feet east and built our next homestead. It had to be sustainable and in-expensive to build. So with our own labor and $29,000 we then built our next house out of recycled cargo containers and rough cut lumber from storm dropped trees from our woods and recycled yard waste trees from folks back yards.
Our cargo home is also off grid generating juice from the sun. It has an active solar heating component which pumps hot air under the concrete slab.
We operated the Pulteney Yard Recycling Center for 12 years, so if you own property in Pulteney feel free to drop by and deposit your leaves, branches, and grass clippings. We turn them into mulch to be used as fertilizer on our farm.
And we make documentary movies under the label Jeff and Jodi Films, our latest Natural Medical Detective which is a 10 part open source docu-series which reveals how I got into remission from cancer JUST using natural protocols.
Our next move was to build the greenest farm/craft market in NY State. Our largest building at the market is also made of recycled cargo containers and rough cut. It is off grid and sustainably built.
We expanded Harvest and Artist Market into HAfunland. A very creative business with an Anti-gravity room, Putt Putt Course, Ames Room, Funhouse, Vintage Arcade, ol fashion carnival games, Mystery Mine with gem sluice way, Hillbilly Henge (A recycled tire cousin of Stone Henge), Life size Operation Game, Horror Walk Through, Nature Trails with work out stations, Himalayan Cafe with wood fired pizza, ol fashion home made ice cream made from pedaling a bicylce to hurn it, Ping Pong tables, pool, foosball, and Noth East USA largest 1 inch glass marble run.