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There’s so much to enjoy in Lancaster County, SC…

Welcome to Lancaster County, South Carolina! Created in 1785, the county is located in the Piedmont region of the Carolinas. It is bounded on the west by the Catawba River and Sugar Creek and on the east by the Lynches River. Lancaster also houses numerous historical sites, including Andrew Jackson State Park and the Lancaster County Museum. Below are some of the best attractions in Lancaster County, SC.

Also known as “Lancaster City Hall,” the Leroy Springs House is a historic home in Lancaster, SC. Its oldest section was built in 1820–30, then significantly expanded in the mid-1850s. The house assumed its present appearance during a 1906-07 remodeling. It remains a significant example of early 20th-century architecture for the area. Visitors can tour the Leroy Spring House year-round; it also hosts special events.

The North Carolina-South Carolina Cornerstone was erected in 1813 on the boundary between Lancaster County, SC, and Union County, NC, by commissioners after a 1764 survey of the land beyond the boundary’s western termination up to the southeast corner of Catawba lands. The cornerstone itself is an uneven, rectangular, upright metamorphosed marker approximately two feet high. Its top portion, which contains the engraved “N.C.” and “S.C.” notations, was broken off when a car hit the marker in 1977. The portion of the stone remaining at the original site still reads “A.D. 1818.”

A 360-acre state park, Andrew Jackson State Park was established in 1952 to honor the only South Carolinian president, born in 1767 near the park’s location. The grounds are home to the Andrew Jackson State Park Museum, which tells the story of the 7th president of the United States. Its rooms depict Colonial period life, including a dining room, bedroom, textile room, and early tools and farm implements. The park also features a large bronze statue called “Andrew Jackson, A Boy of The Waxhaws,” depicting a young Jackson astride a farm horse. Visitors will find numerous hiking trails, a swimming pool, and a playground nearby.

A Lancaster County, SC, handyman saves you time and stress…

Lancaster County, SC, is an ideal destination for tourists looking for a vibrant fusion of history, culture, and modern entertainment. With museums, art galleries, amusement parks, and more, there’s something for everyone. We want you to make the most of your time, so we are happy to take your home improvement projects off your hands and save you the hassle of doing it yourself. From fixing a leaky pipe to changing a lightbulb, we are here to help!

… so that you’ll have the time and energy to do the things you love.

With Hambleton Handyman, you can take care of your home improvement projects without having to find the time to do it yourself. You’ll be able to enjoy your meal at a local destination, confident that you’ve had an expert take care of your home maintenance. For help from Hambleton, just call (704) 251-0797.

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Local Reviews Near LAncaster County, SC:

"The craftsman was very knowledgeable, worked quickly and efficiently, communicated well, and did good quality work."

Joe L.

"He heard all of what I had to say and followed instructions, he did not stop working, I had to tell him to take a break, he did everything I asked him to do in a relatively short time, the house is large."

Beatriz S.

"The craftsman was extremely knowledgeable and did an excellent job!"

Jennifer S.

FAQs About Handyman Services in LAncaster County, SC

How does the weather in Lancaster County, SC, affect handyman work?

Lancaster County, SC, swings between an average of 80°F in July and 42°F in January. While our craftsmen are happy to work no matter the temperature, some jobs can only be done when the temperature is right. For example, oil-based paint requires between 40°- 90° F to dry.

Also, some exterior work can’t be completed during heavy rain. Lancaster County, SC, sees around 2.18 inches of rain on average in March, so particularly during the rainy season, exterior work is more subject to rescheduling.

What handyman services should someone who is buying or selling a home in Lancaster County, SC, consider?

Homes in Lancaster County, SC, are quite valuable: the median home sales price was $400K in February 2023. It makes sense to take care of an asset that valuable. At Hambleton Handyman, we specialize in a variety of home improvements. As a home buyer or seller, you can avoid countless headaches by hiring one company to handle all your home improvement needs.

"You called when you said you were going to call and you showed up when you said you were going to show up!"

Don C.

"Flexibility to add on projects while the craftsman is on site. Also, I appreciated the ability to get someone on site quickly when we had the unexpected need for a subfloor repair during a flooring install."

Mary L.