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Small, Medium, and Larger Projects
We realize in this economy, more people are looking for help with smaller projects. We are flexible to work with whatever your needs are, whether it's fixing a wall outlet or expanding your shack into a mansion!
Why Choose Greencastle?
A family owned operation, Greencastle Builders will provide hands on project management from start to finish. Unlike many general contractors who conduct the business portion of the contract and are rarely seen on site, Greencastle project managers are on site during the entire cycle of the project from the initial planning stages to the finishing touches.
Greencastle will also provide regular, face to face updates on your project and budget review sessions. Greencastle will incorporate a flexible strategy during the different phases of the project wherein savings identified in one area of the project can be shifted to allow additional enhancements for another component of the building plan.
The commitment to customer satifaction and the establishment of trust and friendship are integral to our approach in providing you with the best service possible. Contact us for your construction needs. We're building green in the Baltimore Washington area.
Green Buildings Save Money and Resources
Whether we're building green or traditionally, we will use advanced technologies and products to minimize runoff of sediment and pollution during construction.
Greencastle Builders now constructs buildings that will reduce the cost of energy and water bills, as well as preserve these precious resources in an efficient manner.
Green buildings save 30-50% of energy, 35% of carbon emissions, 40% of water, and 70% of solid waste.
“The courses of nations depend upon the energy and the talents of particular individuals – and upon Providence, always inscrutable. It remains true even in this mass age of ours that individual genius and courage – or at least, the imagination and boldness of a handful of men and women – may leaven the lump of dullness and apathy, all across the land. From causes which at present no one guesses, conceivably there may come about reinvigoration of urban planning and architecture… The architectural and artistic charlatan, leagued with the spoilsman and the bureaucrat, may be thrust aside, abruptly, by a new breed of architects and artists endowed with the moral imagination. Given faith and hope, it is yet imaginable that we may draw upon the architectural well of the past to bring into being an architecture strong and humane.”