About Augusta, GA From the Web…
“Augusta served as the state capital of Georgia from 1785 until 1795, and has many historically significant homes and buildings, such as the Cotton Exchange, established in 1872; the boyhood home of Woodrow Wilson (28th president of the United States); Ezekiel Harris House (1797); George Walton home (signer of the Declaration of Independence) and Springfield Baptist Church, the oldest African American church in America.”
“Augusta epitomizes the Classic South. Founded as a trading post during the British colonial period, the city showcases Antebellum mansions, hallowed historic sites, and quiet, tree-lined avenues perfect for relaxing strolls.”
We serve the following cities:
Augusta, Martinez, and Evans, and North Augusta, Aiken, Greenwood, Lexington, Newberry, Cayce, Irmo, West Columbia, Orangeburg, Columbia, Forest Acres, Clinton, and Laurens in South Carolina.
We serve the following counties:
Richmond, and Aiken, Greenwood, Lexington, Newberry, Richland, and Laurens in South Carolina.