Our aim is to provide happiness and joy through a relaxing experience by ensuring our customers receive prompt, professional, friendly and courteous service at a fair price and by maintaining clean, comfortable and eco-friendly premises for our guests and staff. By reaching this goal, we shall be assured of a fair profit that will allow us to contribute to the community we serve.
Our Environmental Commitment
At Lighthouse Landing, we are committed to protecting the environment. We support the use of Hybrid vehicles by purchasing one. LED lights are used throughout the resort and marina and we have been selling sailboats since 1977. The sport of sailing has been around since Old Father Time and is powered by Mother Nature (except for the occasional motoring in/out of the harbor). What a wonderful and economical way to enjoy the lake. Lighthouse Landing has been certified as a “Tennessee Valley Clean Marina” since 2003.
When staying at Lighthouse Landing, we ask our customers by various means of communication, to help us conserve our natural resources, by turning off the lights, television, fans, etc. and adjusting the climate control, before leaving their cottage and to help save water by using towels more than once. To help reduce allergens and cleaning costs, we do not allow smoking or pets inside our rental units, we added ceramic tile to our cottages in the living areas and bathrooms and we use non-toxic, non-allergenic, all natural cleaning products.
We have provided a waste pump out system that is available 24 hours a day at no charge to our customers using boats and RV’s. We sell holding tank treatment for marine and RV that is environmentally correct, biodegradable and contains NO formaldehyde or harsh chemicals.
Some of the ways we try to help keep our environment clean is by recycling used oil, diesel fuel, antifreeze, batteries, inkjet and toner cartridges, cans and cardboard.
Since 1989 we have used vacuum sanders when preparing boats for bottom painting, keeping the paint off the ground. Non-toxic antifreeze is used when winterizing in both the water systems and engine (except for the closed cooling system of the engine). We donate used office equipment, appliances, computers, monitors and furniture, bedding, and HVAC units to our local Livingston County Helping Hands and other organizations. When painting walls or replacing carpet in our cottages, we use low or no VOC products. Re-cycled paper and products are used wherever possible.
“The conservation of natural resources is the fundamental problem. Unless we solve that problem it will avail us little to solve all others” – Theodore Roosevelt