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Lancaster Builders Saves Clients Money

Frederick News Post April 7th 2013  

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Lancaster Craftsmen Builders on Houzz.com

Check out LCBI on www.houzz.com/pro/lcbi. Houzz.com is a website where users can browse categories of rooms inside the home or even exterior photos to get ideas for their renovation or building project.

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Lancaster Craftsmen Builders on Houzz.com

Check out LCBI on www.houzz.com/pro/lcbi.

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LCBI & Geothermal in Frederick News Post

‘Geothermal’s time has come’ 55 NetZero energy houses being built in downtown Frederick to use technology By IKE WILSON News-Post Staff iwilson@fredericknewspost.com Jim Aaron’s heating and air conditioning company has installed 537 geothermal systems over 16 years, and Mark Lancaster’s building construction firm is seeing more people embrace installation of the alternative energy system.

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Green Jobs Growing

http://www.fredericknewspost.com/sections/news/display.htm?StoryID=138213

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Sun Provides Energy for Pre-Civil War Office of LCBI

Frederick News-Post 07/01/2012, Page T10 GREEN BUSINESS SUN PROVIDES ENERGY FOR PRE-CIVIL WAR HOUSE By Ed Waters Jr. News-Post Staff ewaters@fredericknewspost.com MARK LANCASTER HAS been interested in advanced energy-saving techniques since he began his business in 1979. His 19th-century office of Lancaster Craftsmen Builders at 3120 Old National Pike in Middletown looks much the same as it did when horse-drawn wagons passed by, headed over the mountain.

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LCBI Goes Solar & Energy Independent!

Mark Lancaster really wants your home to be energy efficient and he’s leading by example.  His office in Middletown is a pre-Civil War built residence converted into office space.  In 2007 Lancaster installed a geothermal system for heating and cooling the property, hoping to cut down on his annual utility costs of nine thousand dollars.  The geothermal system helped, but bills were still high.  To find out why switching to geothermal wasn’t enough, Lancaster had an energy audit performed on...

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Letter of Thanks from Middletown

I was looking to reduce my energy bills. I met with Mark Lancaster (CEO of Lancaster Craftsman Builders, in Middletown) to discuss affordable ways to achieve this goal.

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Happy New Year - Lancaster Builders Goes Solar

Mark Lancaster really wants your home to be energy efficient and he’s leading by example. His office in Middletown is a pre-Civil War built residence converted into office space.

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