Southwest Ranches 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 Southwest Ranches 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 Southwest Ranches air conditioning blowing cool again.
Action Air Inc. offers Southwest Ranches 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 Southwest Ranches 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 Southwest Ranches 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 Southwest Ranches neighbor.
Southwest Ranches Air Conditioning Users
Southwest Ranches, located on the eastern edge of the Florida Everglades, 15 miles (24 km) southwest of Fort Lauderdale, is Broward County’s 30th incorporated place, having incorporated in the year 2000 to avoid annexation by the city of Pembroke Pines and to preserve its semi-rural lifestyle. Because the area has many horse ranches and is located in the southwestern part of Broward County, residents chose “Southwest Ranches” over many other potential town names. The population as of the 2010 census was 7,345. The town includes the 2000 U.S. Census census-designated places of Country Estates, Green Meadow, Ivanhoe Estates, Rolling Oaks, and Sunshine Ranches. Other areas recently added to the town include Landmark Ranch Estates and Sterling Ranch Estates.
The area is primarily residential, with most lots of 1 acre (0.40 ha) or more. There are some small farms and equestrian ranches. The town has laws that keep homes from being built on lots of less than 1 acre. They also generally stop streetlights and sidewalks from being built, in order to conserve and keep the town rural. The town’s unofficial motto is “The pavement stops here!”
From the time of its founding until 2012 the town conducted its business from modular office on the South Broward Drainage District headquarters property. In 2012, the town, under the leadership of Vice Mayor Doug McKay purchased a former church to create Southwest Ranches’ first permanent town hall.