#1 Jacob City General Contractor Service
HDC Homes is a full service general contractor local to the Jacob City area. Whether you are an investor that wants your flip rehabbed or you want your dream home built, Holley Development Corporation can handle all of your needs. We are licensed and insured in the state of Florida.
- Lead Safe Certified by the EPA
- Certified General Contractor for Home Depot
- Licensed & Insured
- 100% Satisfaction Guaranteed
100% Honest, Detailed & Affordable Guarantee
We give it to you straight up. We do not cut corners to get the job done, if we make a mistake, we redo the work instead of cover it up or patch it. We are a high quality company and working hard to be the best remodeling and home contracting service in all of Jacob City.
We may not be the Home Depot priced contractor in Jacob City, but we can say that the quote we give involves no surprises down the road because we are thorough the first time around. If you want quality work at an affordable and honest price, then you are looking for us.
List Of Our Contracting Services
We do kitchen, living room, bathroom and room addition remodeling along with driveways, tile and roofing in the Florida Panhandle and Jacob City area.
- Room Additions
- Roof Repairs
- Roof Replacements
- Drywall Installation
- Fire Damage Restoration
- Water & Flood Restoration
Contact HDC Homes For A Quote & Questions – Call (850) 768-2902
We treat each and every situation as though it were our own home, office or ranch.
We’re growing into being the top general contractor in Jacob City. We are fast, affordable and friendly; if you need anything, or even just have a general question about our services or a repair you need done, please feel free to call.
About Jacob City, FL
Jacob City is a city in Jackson County, Florida, United States. The first known settlement of Jacob City was by a white man named Jacob Jones, who housed the first blacks on his land and property, that is where Jacob City got its name, as they would tell their friends “lets go to Jacob’s.” As blacks arrived to escape oppression, they moved farther down and made horse wagon trails into dirt roads forming a small community. By the mid-19th century, the small town of Jacob was Jackson County’s first black community. Blacks started their own store, but the owner was murdered and the store was never re-opened. By the late 19th century, St. Mary Missionary Baptist church was built on what is now Main Street and is commemorated by a Jacob City historical marker. By the early 20th century, Jacob’s dirt roads were improved and its population rose, but the poverty level was high due to the lack of education as there was no school for black children.