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Charly Spray Foam

Arcadia’s Top-rated Insulation Service

Charly Spray Foam

6101 SW Bagdad Ave
Arcadia Florida 34266
United States


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Charly Spray Foam is a trusted insulation contractor specializing in spray foam insulation services for residential and commercial properties. Our expert team provides top-quality attic insulation solutions to improve energy efficiency and lower heating and cooling costs. With years of experience in the industry, we are committed to delivering exceptional results and superior customer service. Whether you need insulation for a new construction project or an existing property, Charly Spray Foam is here to meet your insulation needs. Contact us today to learn more about how our spray foam insulation services can benefit your home or business.

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About Arcadia

Arcadia is a city and county seat of DeSoto County, Florida, United States. Arcadia's Historic District is listed on the National Register of Historic Places. Its population was 7,420 as of the 2020 census. == History == According to The Atlas of Florida, "The Rev. James Madison ("Boss") Hendry (1839–1922) named the town in honor of Arcadia Albritton (1861–1932), a daughter of Thomas H. and Fannie (Waldron) Albritton, pioneer settlers. Arcadia had baked him a cake for his birthday, and he appreciated it so much that he named the city after her."In 1886, transportation improved in Arcadia when the Florida Southern Railway (later the Atlantic Coast Line Railroad) was built through Arcadia on its way from Bartow to Punta Gorda. The railway caused Arcadia to grow significantly, which led to it becoming incorporated a year later. A second railroad line, the Charlotte Harbor and Northern Railway (later the Seaboard Air Line Railroad), was built through Arcadia from 1907 to 1910 on its way from Mulberry to Boca Grande. Both lines have since been consolidated into a single line by CSX with the Seaboard line surviving north of Arcadia and the Atlantic Coast Line surviving to the south. Arcadia was also served by the short-lived East and West Coast Railway, which connected Arcadia with Bradenton from 1915 to 1934.During the late 19th century Arcadia was the county seat of what would become many counties.

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