Doylestown Roofing, Siding, and Windows
In 1745, William Doyle obtained a license to build a tavern on what is now the northwest corner of Main and State Street in Doylestown. Known for years as "William Doyle's Tavern", its location, linking Philadelphia and Easton, allowed the hamlet to blossom into the village of Doylestown. Today, Doylestown, the county seat of Bucks County, is the name of both the borough and the neighboring township.
After a rough period in the middle of the 20th century, the Doylestown downtown area rebuilt itself in the 1990s largely by turning to an out-of-town audience for tourism. Long respected as a bucolic tourist destination, the gentry of Philadelphia and New York, including figures of the Manhattan theater and literary scenes, maintained country estates in the area. The tourist attractions include the Mercer Museum, Moravian Pottery and Tile Works, and the local National Shrine of Our Lady of Czestochowa. A number of buildings in the town are on the National Registry of Historic Places, including multiple historic districts.
For decades, Munz Construction has been one of the consistent sources for superb remodels for Doylestown residents and businesses.
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