As members of Lowcountry Local, we know the importance of buying goods & services from local businesses in our area.
Staying local helps create jobs, keeps money in the community and helps drive innovation & competition that ultimately ensures lower costs and better service to local consumers.
Though SNAP Integrations is among the newly formed security companies in Charleston, our team consists of long-time residents with decades of combined Lowcountry security experience and is 100% locally owned & operated.
That being said, being relatively new means some Lowcountry residents & business owners may not know exactly if they can use our services in their area.
Rest assured though, as we detail below some of the areas you can get our highly rated products and services.
There’s not much we can say here that hasn’t already been said about Downtown Charleston. It’s one of the most beautiful, traveled-to destinations in the US and we help protect many homes & businesses there.
Some of the communities there include Wagener Terrace, Lowndes Point, King Street, the French Quarter, Westside, Eastside, Cannonborough/Elliotborough, South of Broad and more.
Neighborhoods there include I’On, Hobcaw Point, Cooper Estates, Old Village, Old Mt. Pleasant, Belle Hall, Waters Edge and more.
Sprawling three counties (Berkeley, Charleston and Dorchester), North Charleston is the third largest city in South Carolina and is host to communities like Park West, Charleston Farms, Taylor Plantation and several others.
“The Flower Town in The Pines”, Summerville is one of fastest growing areas in the Lowcountry. Another wonderful tourist destination here, Summerville is home to communities of Cane Bay, Wescott Plantation, Bridges of Summerville, Brandymill, The Lakes of Summerville, Marlin Estates and Tea Farm, just to name a few.
Another unique area of the Lowcountry, West Ashley is home to many great neighborhoods including Carolina Bay, Oak Plantation, Grand Oaks Plantation, Sabal Palms as well as historical sites like Ashley Hall Plantation and Magnolia Plantation and Gardens.
In next week’s post we’ll detail some of the Lowcountry island areas we can help protect in our area.