Ginty Associates, Inc.
Over 40 Years experience in Building & Restoration

In the early 1970’s, owner Charles Ginty began his career in the building trades, and over the course of 40 years has been dedicated to providing the highest quality of craftsmanship and service to clients in the greater Philadelphia area. With a background in fine art, Charles has drawn on his broad range of experience, working along side architectural and design firms, to build structures that preserve aesthetics, provide for modern amenities, and most importantly endure for generations.

A commitment to quality has passed firsthand from Charles to his son Noah Ginty, who joined the business formally in 2010. As a second-generation builder/woodworker, Noah was raised in the family tradition of living among the tools and trades.

Our woodshop and office are located in The Old Village Hall. Built in 1851, the Hall served as the hub of community life in Unionville, where public meetings, lectures, dances, local theater and banquets were held. Today, the first and second floors of the Hall serve as our office and woodshop, where we produce custom cabinetry, millwork and furniture.

Our woodshop and office are located in The Old Village Hall. Built in 1851, the Hall served as the hub of community life in Unionville,
where public meetings, lectures, dances, local theater and banquets were held. Today, the first and second floors of the Hall
serve as our office and woodshop, where we produce custom cabinetry, millwork and furniture.


In the late 1970’s Charles Ginty purchased the 1850’s Village Hall in Unionville, PA, which now serves as our office and woodshop.
As the business expanded, we began to take on larger and more complex projects including crafting custom homes, restoring historic structures and creating kitchens, libraries and historic reproduction furniture. By word of mouth, Ginty Associates has been referred for hire on various period projects. One such project, a collaborative restoration with John Milner Architects, resulted in the 2009 Pennsylvania Historic Preservation Award for the John Douglass House in Lancaster County. Other notable clients include The Barnes Foundation, Longwood Gardens, Westtown School and the Cheshire Hunt Conservancy.