New businesses are popping up everywhere in North Mt. Juliet and it’s hard to keep up. Two of the newer business in North Mt. Juliet, on Lebanon Road, are For Social Graces and Universal Supply Company.
Previously operating in the back of Tractor Supply, For Social Graces has been at 12007 Lebanon Rd, in Mt. Juliet for a little over a year. Owner Chelle Ziegler is a Certified Professional Dog Trainer and has also earned a certification in Canine First Aid and CGC evaluator. This business has been a huge hit for Mt. Juliet pet owners. Ziegler says they mainly serve working dog parents who need a way to exercise and mentally stimulate their pups in a safe and controlled area while they are at work or taking care of other things.
It’s not just a doggy daycare. For Social Graces are for people who are looking for guidance in raising their dog or have issues that need addressing. The importance of having Good manners starts immediately for the dog in today’s society. They also offer self bathing in huge stainless tubs. This offers people an easy way to get their dog in the tub, clean and dry them and leave them the mess.
Chelle says that they are set apart by excellent customer service. She says, “We hold ourselves to a high level of excellent customer service and care for the dogs. The dogs are never left unsupervised and we train our employees to know dog behavior and communications so that we can separate and integrate them safely.”
Mt. Juliet was chosen for her business because of the need of this type of service in the community, the high traffic volume and the building and property available with Lineberry Properties. Chelle loves that Mt. Juliet is so dog friendly. She says, “ I love seeing the upgrades going on in North Mt. Juliet,” most of which are Lineberry Properties.
Universal Supply Company is the newest business to town. They just had their grand opening on June 23. Located right next door to For Social Graces, at 11969 Lebanon Rd, they are a HVAC distributorship – offering services and units to business and home owners.
Perfect for contractors, new home owners, or remodels, Universal Supply Company (USC) had a variety of heating and cooling units, condensate, air ducts, thermostats and more. They offer material dedicated specifically to your HVAC business backed by support from our dedicated associates. Universal Supply relationships with top manufacturers means you’ll find an extensive inventory of heating and cooling equipment from brands that are specific to your region.
Richard Walters, owner of USC, says their service sets them apart from any other similar business. Walters says, “We have a complete team that offers great service and dedication. Our people really go a step above and beyond. Our clients are not just a number. Our people really care about what they do and what they are putting out there.”
Walters chose this location for their business because he saw a need for this type of service in our community. He has lived in the area for 4 years and loves the people of Mt. Juliet. As most do, he enjoys the fact that Mt. Juliet is a quaint town right on the outskirts of the larger Nashville. The way Mt. Juliet is revitalizing the older structures in the North part of town is impressive to Walters. He has seen cities just bring in new business to one part of town and build new, leaving the old to sit – empty. Lineberry Properties is a large part of this contribution. Building this city up, bringing it back, and not letting it go.
Mark Lineberry, of Lineberry Properties, is proud to be a part of revitalizing the North end of Mt. Juliet. He grew up here and has seen Mt. Juliet transform through different stages. Mark says, “Change is inevitable and we must embrace it. If we want to be relevant to today’s resident and give them a place they want to live, work and shop, we must change.” As Amazon’s founder, Jeff Bezos, says, “What we need to do is always lean into the future; when the world changes around you and when it changes against you – what used to be a tail wind is now a head wind – you have to lean into that and figure out what to do because complaining isn’t a strategy.”