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Travis Lancaster

Development Manager

Travis Lancaster is currently the Business Development Manager for Restoration1 Texas Hill Country/San Antonio North. Travis grew up in the Texas Panhandle and attended Texas Tech University. Travis received a Batchelor of Science degree in Business Marketing. He spent 12 years climbing the corporate ladder with Sherwin-Williams Paint Company and was part of the Management team in the Dallas/Ft. Worth area before deciding to leave in 2018. Travis has a wife of 13 years, Lindsay, and two beautiful daughters, Blythe and Kinsley.

Since moving to New Braunfels in 2018, Travis has been trying to get more involved within the local community. He has been part of the New Braunfels Umpire Association for 3 years umpiring Little League Baseball, and has also assisted in coaching some of his daughter's sporting teams.

In his free time, he likes to enjoy his family, golf, cook, hang out, and listen to music with genuine people.

Experienced Store Manager with a demonstrated history of working in the chemicals industry. Skilled in Operations Management, Customer Service, Sales, Retail, and Cold Calling. Strong sales professional with a Bachelor of Science (BS) focused in Marketing from University of Phoenix.

We handle property restoration and immediate response for disasters of any kind. Our experts are some of the most highly-trained and most experienced technicians in the restoration industry. In fact, we utilize the most advanced restoration equipment and techniques in this field. The result is a happy, healthy property, one returned to its pre-damage state.

We are able to remediate water, fire and smoke damage and all mold removal for our customers. Molds are found naturally in nature, and some molds can be hazardous to human health. There are no safe levels of mold that should be allowed to stay in the home or office space. Any mold is capable of causing problems to human health, such as breathing issues, respiratory issues or even lung disease.


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