Columbia Is All About The Mule And L&L Contractors Is All About Quality Renovations
Columbia is the Mule Capital of the World and has been showcasing all things related to the cross breed of a horse and donkey dating back to the 1840s. L&L Contractors is just as serious about providing quality repairs and renovations to property owners in Columbia, We have expanded our services throughout Middle Tennessee and to Huntsville, AL. We know that property owners want quality, dependability, and integrity when doing business with a contractor. And L&L provides all three and much more. Here’s an overview of the services we offer:
- Roofing (both Residential and Commercial)
- Siding (Vinyl, Fiber Cement and Aluminum)
Whether you hire us to repair damage to your property, replace worn windows, doors, and gutters, or add that dream addition, sunroom or deck, the end result will be quality workmanship. The entire team at L&L Contractors is committed to providing you with an excellent customer experience and will leave your property fully restored and enhanced. We can help you plan your renovation, choosing the best materials for your structure and budget. We will even deal with your insurance company if there is a claim involved.
Why Do Business With L&L?
Our contractors are fully insured and highly skilled. Our inspectors are HAAG-certified. These credentials, combined with our excellent customer feedback and recommendations, give you confidence that we are the right company for you. Our rating is A+ with the Better Business Bureau and we are proud of our customer’s comments on Angie’s List.
Mule Days & More
Columbia’s Mule Days Celebration has grown from a one-day breeder’s event in 1840 to today’s four-day celebration complete with entertainment, food, arts and crafts, and of course all things related to mules including mule shows. Mule Days are a community-wide celebration and attract visitors from across the country.
Columbia was incorporated in 1817. There are many historical places to visit that capture Columbia’s rich past. The 11th president of the United States was James K. Polk. Polk’s ancestral home is in Columbia. Polk was a Columbia native and his family house and many of its original contents have been preserved and attracts visitors from across the country. The Polk house was built in 1818 and captures life in the 1800s and includes an exhibit from Polk’s presidency.
The Athenaeum Rectory began in 1835. It was a private residence and had a national reputation as an institute of learning for both residential and commuter girls. It was the original home of Samuel Polk Walker and his wife. Polk-Walker was the nephew of President Polk. Today visitors can learn all about the history of the Rectory and its occupants through tours and exhibits.
Columbia State Community College is Tennessee’s first 2-year college and was dedicated by President and Mrs. Lyndon Johnson in 1967. The college has courses for credit and continuing education and offers special community events.
Bear Glen is an indoor championship indoor putting facility. It was designed by Jack Nicklaus and has four holes from the Augusta National recreated on a wall mural to help you feel like a pro golfer. There is a virtual golf simulator, practice green, and tee line full swing area. There are even batting cages.
Chickasaw Trace County Park is near the Duck River and is the perfect place for exploring. There is a model airplane strip, trails for walking, biking, and nothing is better than paddling down the river.
Being in Columbia provides an experience rich in history, recreation, commerce, and community spirit. It’s a great place to live and work. L&L Contractors is just a phone call away from providing the repairs and renovations to your residential and commercial property. We appreciate your business!