Lehi, Utah


Located 12 miles north of Provo and 23 miles south of Salt Lake City. Settled by the Mormon Pioneers in 1850. Historical names: Sulphur Springs, Snow’s Springs, Dry Creek, and Evansville. Name changed to “Lehi City” and incorporated 1852. Named after a Book of Mormon Hebrew prophet who led his followers to the promised land in the western hemisphere [c. 600 B.C.]. Utah’s sixth oldest town and northernmost community in Utah Valley. Experienced monetary boom in 1858 as a result of the establishment of the Utah Expeditionary Force at nearby Camp Floyd, the largest military establishment in the U.S.A. at that time. Economy skyrocketed again in the 1890s with the establishment of the Utah Sugar Company’s first factory at Mulliner’s Mill Pond. The Overland Stage Coach Route, Pony Express Trail, and Transcontinental Telegraph all cross the Jordan River at nearby Indian Ford.

Garage Door Installation and Repair in Lehi, Utah

Lehi has very unique residential and commercial garage door installation and maintenance needs. New families are drawn to Lehi for it’s affordable housing. Likewise, businesses have found Lehi to be an ideal location for commerce with easy freeway access and affordable space. We’ve been working on garage doors for over 10 years and know how to best help you maintain your garage door, as well as counsel on new commercial and residential garage door installation and repair.

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