Though the weather in Florida may be nicer than weather in most other parts of the country, a reliable HVAC system is still very important. For prompt and effective AC and heater repair, turn to the Lake City HVAC experts at Glenn I. Jones Home Services.
Driving to Our Office in Lake City, FL
If you’re coming from the west, take I-10 E until you get to exit 301 for US-41 toward Lake City. Merge onto US-41 S and continue for four miles. Turn right onto NW Hillsboro St, then take a right onto NW Hilton Ave. You should see our office on the left.
If you’re driving from the east, take I-10 W until you reach exit 303 for US-441 toward Lake City. Turn left onto US-441 S and continue for about 3.5 miles. Turn right onto NE Railroad St, turn left onto 5th St/NW Hilton Ave, and you’ll see our HVAC repair building almost immediately on the right.
Lake City Gateway Airport
The area that would become Lake City was originally the site of a Seminole village, the name of which has been translated as “Alligator Village.” Non-native settlers established a town called “Alligator” nearby, then later changed the name to Lake City. The Battle of Olustee—the only major Civil War battle in Florida—took place near Lake City in 1864.
Lake City became an important junction for railroad lines during the late 1800s, and established itself as a major player in the forestry industry. Today, the city is home to over 12,000 people. Lake City’s position at the north end of Florida has helped it earn the nickname “The Gateway to Florida.” The people of Lake City reenact the Battle of Olustee every year during the Olustee Battle Festival.
Lake City Public Resources
Columbia County Public Library