AC, AC Repair, Air Conditioning Repair, Heat Pumps, and Air Conditioner in Apollo Beach, FL
What Frostys can Do for Apollo Beach Homeowners and Businesses?
Like the rest of Hillsborough County, Apollo Beach has a long hot summer, where air conditioning is a necessity. You don’t want your AC system breaking down on a hot summer day of 90 degrees. It’s unbearable to endure the very uncomfortable heat and humidity.
Frosty’s Air Conditioning only serves Hillsborough so that we can get to Apollo Beach fast for AC repair and AC replacement with same-day service. Frosty’s can make your inside living environment pleasant, comfortable, and keep the cold air coming. Frosty’s has been serving Apollo Beach and neighboring communities for over 20 years with high-quality AC Repair and Installation.
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When you’re looking for air conditioning installation, air conditioning repair, or new heat pumps for your air conditioning unit in Apollo Beach, look to Frosty’s Air Conditioning for help. Frosty’s Air Conditioning provides residential and commercial air conditioning repairs when you need it most. We’ll assess the situation and explain all your options before beginning repairs. Frosty’s is licensed and insured, and we guarantee all our work. Because we service and repair all residential and commercial air conditioning brands, you can trust us to skillfully and quickly repair your air conditioner. From Jamaica Isle to Sabel Key, in Symphony Isles and Andalucia, homeowners and business owners in Apollo Beach trust Frosty’s Air Conditioning with their home comfort.
Residents of Apollo Beach turn to Frosty’s Air Conditioning when they need environmentally healthy solutions to indoor pollution, mold, and odor problems. UV lights provide chemical-free air while reducing indoor pollution and killing hard-to-find mold that can thrive in the dark interior of air conditioning systems in humid, subtropical areas like Apollo Beach in Hillsborough County.
If you’re looking to purchase air conditioning replacement or installation in Apollo Beach, have confidence in the experts at Frosty’s Air Conditioning to accommodate any of your home’s particular necessities. As a family-owned and run company, we pride ourselves on providing dependable, economical, and responsible service every day of the year, and time of day. We offer a 100% satisfaction guarantee on all HVAC services, so call us today and set up an appointment!
History of Apollo Beach
Apollo Beach formed in 1923 by the Dickman family for farming and seasonal grazing. Most of the land was covered with mangrove and considered low-elevation wetland uninhabitable.
In the 1930s, Paul Dickman started a waterfront community by securing the services of Radar Engineering of Miami to design a subdivision on a tract of land located equidistant between Tampa and Bradenton along U.S. Route 41 to include roads, canals, schools, recreation areas, and community services.
Approximately 20 years later, Dickman sold the Apollo Beach area to 3 men from New York: Turner, Dean, and Clark and was named “Tampa Beach” to promote interest and to associate the area to Tampa.
In the mid-1950, the Flamingo Canal construction was started near U.S. 41 towards Fairway Boulevard. The canal was planned to access Tampa Bay. The Flamingo Canal construction project was too complicated and costly, and in 1956 the project was canceled.
In 1957, Francis Corr, a retired businessman from Michigan, bought the land and renamed it “La Vida Beach”. It’s said that in 1958, Corr’s wife Dorothy suggested the name “Apollo Beach,” for the area. Corr constructed 50 houses between U.S. 41 and Golf & Sea Boulevard.
In early 1958, Corr joined with a South Carolina contractor to develop the area and dredge canals in exchange for parcels of land. Robert E. Lee was the name of the South Carolina contractor,
In the early 1960s, Francis Corr sold the Apollo Beach property to Flora Sun Corporation based in Miami. Flora Sun later sold the northern part of the land track to Tampa Electric for a power plant site that’s known as the Big Bend Power Station. Flora Sun Corporation failed, and 7 years later the rest of the land was returned to the Corr family out of the bankruptcy.
In the mid-1960s, Thomas Corr, (the son) moved his family to the area and started to work on the Apollo Beach project, while the land was in bankruptcy proceedings from Flora Sun. The development was delayed and dredge and fill construction permits expired.
Over the years, the Corr family continued to struggle with on-going development. The Corr family facing regulatory hurdles, tightening Florida growth strategy and passing of the Growth Management Act in 1972 and later expanded policies in 1984.
Thomas Corr (the son) continued to develop the community. He donated land for parks and schools and preserving 100’s of acres of mangrove swamps and environmental areas. Also, Before Thomas Corr’s death in 1998, he initiated actions to start a: community bank, chamber of commerce, civic clubs, and festivals. In 2006, Hillsborough County honored the work of Thomas Corr by naming the new elementary school on Big Bend Road the Thomas P.
Apollo Beach today is a quiet community nestled on the shore in the shadow of the Big Bend Power Station. It’s a thriving waterfront and beach area community with year-round boating, fishing, and other water activities. Apollo Beach has approximately 55 miles of canals.
Apollo Beach has a long history of land conservation. Wolf Branch Creek is a permanent reminder of developer Thomas P. Corr’s dedication to the preservation of Apollo Beach’s natural habitat and shoreline. It’s famous for winter nesting grounds for West Indian manatees, an endangered species drawn to the warm-water outfalls from the station. In 1986, in keeping with the philosophy of conservation prevalent in the area, TECO Energy had set aside a manatee viewing-area that is accessible by the public all year round.
All the businesses and residents of Apollo Beach, trust Frosty’s Air Conditioning for their AC needs. Frosty’s Air Conditioning is available for AC Repairs or AC Replacement when you need it most. We’ll assess the situation and explain all your options before beginning repairs. Frosty’s is licensed and insured, and we guarantee all our work. Because we service and repair all residential and commercial air conditioning brands, you can trust us to skillfully and quickly repair your air conditioner. Call us today to schedule an appointment.
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