Palm Beach Gardens FL Air Conditioning Repair & Service

Palm Beach Gardens, FL is a small, planned community just north of Palm Beach. The city covers an area of 55.3 square miles. Palm Beach Gardens is home to the Professional Golfers’ Association, otherwise known as the PGA.


Prior to 1959. the area that is now Palm Beach Gardens, FL was forests, cattle ranches and swamp land. John. D. MacArthur acquired the land and planned a development that would become the town of Palm Beach Gardens. In 1959, MacArthur incorporated the area, though no one yet lived on the land. The U.S. Census in 1960 recorded the city’s population as one due to a squatter that Mr. MacArthur had allowed to stay. Until the mid-1960s, when development began to grow, the city existed on paper only.

During the 1960s, as homes were completed and sold, the town rapidly grew. The 1970 Census reported the population of Palm Beach Gardens as nearly 7,000 residents. As development continued, more people were staking their claim in Palm Beach Gardens properties. Though MacArthur originally envisioned his development to house a population of 55,000, the town has not yet reached its founder’s goal, with just under 50,000 residents counted during the 2010 census.


The 2010 U.S. Census reported the population of Palm Beach Gardens as 48,452. The population of older adults and children 18 and under is nearly equal at 30.8 percent and 29.4 percent respectively (2010 U.S. Census Factfinder). The homeownership rate in Palm Beach Gardens is higher than the rate for the state of Florida at 74.6 percent versus 69 percent, respectively.


The Discover Palm Beach website lists a variety of attractions, from fine dining establishments to cultural districts and art in public places. The Palm Beaches have an extensive equestrian and polo community, and the are is known as Florida’s Golf Capital. Tennis, fishing, boating and water parks are all within a short drive of Palm Beach Gardens. The Palm Beach County Visitor’s Center offers tourists and residents information about the 47 miles of beaches and over 2,000 restaurants in the area. The Palm Beach International Airport serves the Palm Beach County area.

Heating and Air Conditioning Service

Preferred Air Conditioning & Mechanical, LLC serves residents and businesses in Palm Beach Gardens, as well as all of Palm Beach County, with superior heating and air conditioning repair, maintenance and installations. We are family owned and operated, providing excellent service to our customers for over 24 years. By providing Floridians with outstanding HVAC service, we have become one of the largest heating and air conditioning companies in Palm Beach County. This is because customer satisfaction is our Number One priority. Our skilled and experienced technicians do the job right the first time. We are so confident in the skill and expertise of our technicians that we guarantee our work. We provide emergency repair service 24 hours a day.

Preferred Air Conditioning & Mechanical, LLC also specializes in energy evaluations and indoor air quality solutions. Preferred can help you determine where you can conserve energy and save money heating and cooling your home. If you are concerned about the indoor air quality of your home, Preferred will test your air quality and provide you with solutions to improve your home’s air quality. When you need HVAC service or information about making your home more energy efficient, call Preferred Air Conditioning & Mechanical, LLC. We can help you find ways to reduce energy usage and save money.

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