Jody Lewis and Michael Leighton share several interests. They fish together. Leighton works for Lewis’ excavation business, and now the two are business partners. Lewis and Leighton along with Michael’s wife, Lisa, have formed L&L Concepts. The business at 957 Wiscasset Road in Boothbay specializes in designing modular homes. Lewis and Michael Leighton were tuna fishing one day and started talking about collaborating on a new business.
The conversation centered around how Lewis and the Leightons all had talents perfect for a modular home business. So the trio began L&L Concepts. The business began prior to the coronavirus outbreak in March. The new business works with clients in designing a home which is both practical and affordable.
“We can design a home for a young couple who is a first-time home buyer or a retired couple looking to downsize. If you are looking for a home, we can design what you want and also fit your budget,” Lisa Leighton said.
Lewis brings his past six years operating his excavation company into the new business. Michael Leighton majored in business management and minored in economics at Hartwick College in Oneonta, New York. Lisa Leighton is a local occupational therapist. She also studied universal design in ADA (Americans with Disability Act) accessibility at Worcester State College in Massachusetts.
L&L Concepts provides services from the “ground up,” ranging from providing the property to general contracting services. The business is working on a website. For questions or a consultation, call Lisa Leighton at 272-4935, Michael Leighton at 232-1143 or Lewis at 350-7617.