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Get Comfort Air

Get Comfort Air

Get Comfort Air

4003 N University Dr Suite 909
Sunrise Florida 33351
United States

954 287 0709

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Welcome to Get Comfort Air, Sunrise, Florida's premier choice for outstanding air conditioning repair and installation services. Our team of experts is committed to providing AC solutions that are reliable, fast, and high-quality, suited to Sunrise's climate. Whether you need immediate repairs or are considering a new system installation, we deliver professional, cost-effective services. We understand the unique demands of Florida's weather and tailor our offerings to ensure your utmost comfort. Choose Get Comfort Air for dependable, high-standard air conditioning services, keeping your space comfortably cool all year round.

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Sunrise is a city in central-western Broward County, Florida, United States, and is a principal city of the Miami metropolitan area. As of the 2020 census, the city had a total population of 97,335. Sunrise was incorporated in 1961 and founded by Norman Johnson, a developer whose Upside-Down House attracted buyers to what was then a remote area. == History == === Early history === In 1960, Iowa-born developer Norman Johnson paid $9 million for 2,650 acres of land in southwestern Broward County. By 1961, this community of 1.75 square miles—which Johnson named Sunrise Golf Village—had fewer than 350 residents. It has been reported that the community was to be named Sunset Village—but this did not occur because of objections from residents who felt that "sunset" was too final. (Originally called "Sunset," the name did not sit well with the retirees whom developers wanted to attract, so a change was made to "Sunrise.") Johnson and F. E. Dykstra developed and built an "upside-down house" to lure prospective property buyers. The home was completely furnished, and the carport featured an upside-down automobile. Public interest was aroused through numerous news stories—including a feature in Life magazine. The structure became a national attraction that drew thousands to the Village.

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