At Grissom Service Company, we pride ourselves on staying abreast of the latest trends in our service areas. Today, we explore the dynamic changes and interesting developments taking place across Birmingham, Hoover, Mountain Brook, Vestavia, Trussville, Homewood, and Irondale, AL.

The Buzz in Birmingham

Birmingham, the largest city in Alabama, has been consistently growing and evolving. Known for its vibrant arts scene and rich history, the city is now making headlines for its increasing tech industry. More and more startups are calling Birmingham home, leading to a significant boost to the local economy.

Trending in Trussville and Homewood

In Trussville, a mixture of community interest and government backing has led to an increased focus on sustainability and eco-friendliness, with initiatives promoting green living taking center stage. Similarly, Homewood boasted impressive growth in its retail sector, thanks to its thriving local businesses and compelling shopping options.

Vivacious Vestavia and Iconic Irondale

Vestavia has recently been hailed as a sought-after residential area due to its top-tier school system and low crime rates. On the other hand, Irondale, the setting for the iconic book and film “Fried Green Tomatoes”, is transforming its literary heritage into a tourist hotspot.

Modish Mountain Brook and Happening Hoover

Mountain Brook is stealing the show with its mix of classic Southern charm and modern upmarket retail options. Hoover, following closely behind, is earning accolades for its impressive array of recreational facilities, which are in line with the national trend of prioritizing healthy living and community connection.

Our team at Grissom Service Company is excited to see these trends shaping the areas in which we work. By staying in touch with local developments, we aim to provide services that are relevant and valuable to our clients. As always, we remain committed to delivering quality and customer satisfaction in all we do, wherever in Alabama we go. Join us as we journey through these evolving landscapes.