Lauderhill air conditioning companies are a dime a dozen but few offer top notch effective air conditioning repair service like Action Air Inc. We have been providing Lauderhill residents and businesses alike with air conditioning since 1967. Our seasoned technical staff is capable of pinpointing the issues with your unit and recommending the best course of action toward getting your Lauderhill air conditioning blowing cool again.
Action Air Inc. offers Lauderhill air conditioning maintenance programs to residents and businesses to aid them in proactively servicing their unit to avoid potential breakdowns. Our programs are built to fit Lauderhill residents needs. So call Action Air Inc.’s service department to set up your monthly air conditioning maintenance program today. Not only does Action Air Inc. provide your Lauderhill business or home with top notch technical air conditioning service but our customer service with a smile is unparalleled in the industry. Our customers are not just our clients but they are our neighbors and there is nothing we would not do for our Lauderhill neighbor.
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Lauderhill was one of two developments (the other in New York) that began largely as off-the-shelf architectural designs which had been available to the public at Macy’s department store. The homes, which had been designed by Andrew Geller, had originally been on display at the “Typical American House” at the American Exhibition in Moscow. Following a group of approximately 200 of the homes constructed in Montauk, New York in 1963 and 1964, the same developer, Herbert Sadkin of the New York-based All-State Properties reprised his success in New York, building a series of similar homes in Florida, calling the development Lauderhill.
In 2003, The New York Times described the Macy’s homes:
“The package deal included a 730- to 1,200-square-foot house on a 75-by-100-foot lot, as well as state-of-the art appliances, furniture, housewares and everything else a family would need for a weekend in the sun, including toothbrushes and toilet paper. The cost was roughly $13,000 to $17,000.”
Lauderhill was originally to be named “Sunnydale”, but William Safire, a friend of the developer, Herbert Sadkin, convinced him to change his mind. Safire felt that “Sunnydale” sounded like a neighborhood in Brooklyn. Sadkin said there were no hills in the new town, to which Safire replied, “There are probably no dales in Lauderdale, either!” From that discussion, the name “Lauderhill” was coined.
The development eventually grew to become Lauderhill, the city. In 1970, the Inverrary Country Club was built, and in 1972 its golf course became home to the Jackie Gleason Inverrary Classic. Gleason himself built his final home on the golf course. Up until the late 1980s-early 1990s, Lauderhill was mostly a retirement community for Jewish people and a second home for snowbirds (especially in the Inverrary neighborhood). It is now home to mostly Jamaicans, West Indians and African Americans, but it still has a sizeable white, Jewish, and Hispanic population in the Northwest section and in the Inverrary neighborhood, located north of Oakland Park Boulevard and east of University Drive). On November 9, 2007, in the Central Broward Regional Park, the Main Event cricket field was opened, and on May 22, 2010, became the first ground to host an international between two full members of the ICC on United States soil. The park features many other sports venues as well. Lauderhill is located in Broward County.
Lauderhill is located in Broward County. It is adjacent to the following municipalities in which Action Air Inc. provides air conditioning service: