Areas We Serve

We’re proud to offer our services in several areas in our beautiful state, including:


Nestled just south of Music City, Franklin, TN somehow merges the dichotomous realms of a family-friendly, quaint, historic town and a booming, bustling, industrious suburb. From the commercial Cool Springs area to the charming farmhouses of Leiper’s Fork, Franklin has so much to offer anyone looking to get just outside the state capitol. Home to gorgeous subdivisions like Westhaven, Berry Farms and Hidden River, there are many vibrant opportunities for landscaping.


Marked at the southern tip of the Nashville Basin and punctuated by the Highland Rim, Columbia is commonly coined the “Antebellum Homes Capital of Tennessee.” The town is dotted along Duck River, which is the longest river in the state and a sacred landmark to the Native American tribes east of the Mississippi River. Among Columbia’s green rolling hills and mountains, you’ll find beautiful homes in subdivisions such as in Hidden Lake Estates.

Spring Hill

Split between Maury and Williamson counties, Spring Hill is the site of an 1864 Civil War battle and is known both for agriculture as well as the industrial contribution of auto manufacturing plants like Saturn and GM. Native American tribes settled in this area for its rich, prehistoric soil and natural springs, and current residents enjoy sought-after homes in stunning Autumn Ridge, The Cove, and Southern Springs.

Thompson’s Station

25 miles south of Nashville, Thompson’s Station’s pastoral countryside garnered growth around its agricultural shipping center, exporting livestock to market as well as local phosphate-rich soil. The town can be characterized by its emphasis on open spaces, as most beautiful neighborhoods such as Tollgate Village and Bridgemore Village include a community park.


Most notable for its green hills and lush acreage, Arrington is a small unincorporated community near Franklin that has gained attraction in recent years through Arrington Vineyards, a wine vineyard owned by Kix Brooks (of Brooks & Dunn), dubbing the area “Tennessee’s Wine Country.” Lined with walking trails and several creeks, along with a stocked fish pond and heated saltwater swimming pool, Arrington’s King’s Chapel gated community is one of the most coveted subdivisions in Williamson county.

College Grove

Predominantly a rural town, College Grove is an up-and-coming residential hot-spot with its promise and tranquility and charm. This historic farm town arose around the production of cotton, corn and wagons. Although still a small town, communities such as The Grove are prestigious, complete with a golf course, tennis courts, equestrian facilities, pool, dining rooms, and even a spa.