You can always ask your neighbors for help. We have listed several of our favorite Lancaster County neighbors and they are ready to lend you a helping hand:
What started as just two young dudes, a Volkswagen bus, and the need for summer jobs has blossomed into a thriving local business. From standard paint finishes to elaborate mural projects, Two Dudes Painting Company has been redefining painting services for the past 30 years. They carve their latex-colored path with a heavy emphasis
on customer service and being good stewards in the community. Two Dudes Painting is committed to taking the time, care, and patience to ensure customers’ refinishing visions are achieved. An early commitment to excellence has shaped and molded the company into a business that places great value on not only what they do, but how
they go about it.
Mark Black began working in the home remodeling industry over fourteen years ago. Mark has built his reputation on excellent customer service, along with the highest quality work in the home remodeling industry. “We are committed to providing each of our customers with a professional, honest experience from the first consultation to
the project’s completion. We guarantee products and services that are of the highest quality, and we provide
genuine customer service to all of our remodeling clients. Designing and building without constraints!”
The iNVISION Group strongly believes that you already possess the answers and solutions to many of the questions and problems that you are confronted with each day. What’s missing is that you have not been asking the right questions. That’s where they can help: catering to the needs of individuals, businesses, and organizations, iVG
specializes in individual/group executive coaching, training, and professional development, as well as vision, mission, and strategic planning services.
Zeiset Electric, Inc. is on the cutting edge of lighting technology and electrical systems. They have a focus on lighting retrofits to improve energy usage to preserve our carbon footprint for future generations. They are a full-service electric company that prides itself on quality service and integrity. Each project is tailored to achieve the goals of our
Gypsy Kitchen is located in the 100-year-old refectory of the Lancaster Theological Seminary, across from F&M. It features the original stained glass windows, Mercer tiles, vaulted ceilings and two elegant fireplaces. They are BYOB and open Monday through Friday for lunch (11:30-1:30 P.M.), and Friday and Saturday for dinner (6:00-9:00 PM).
Dinner reservations are strongly advised. “We are all about food.”
Learn about what Lancaster County has to offer and connect with your neighbors today!