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Spray Foam Architects of Florida


Spray Foam Architects of Florida

8336 Breeze Dr, North
Fort Myers Florida 33917
United States


Business Description

Step with us into a realm where energy-efficient homes and buildings are more than just a trend; they are a testament to our commitment to Florida’s vibrant communities and its stunning landscapes. Our team believes in the power of sustainability. We don’t just offer insulation solutions; we provide a pathway to a greener, more energy-efficient tomorrow. By delivering top-tier spray foam insulation, we not only improve energy consumption rates but also carve the way for an eco-friendlier future. In collaboration with homeowners, builders, and contractors, our seasoned architects and engineers craft tailored insulation strategies that strike the balance between conservation and comfort. Call us today to get a free estimate for spray foam

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MondayMonday, 8 AM–6 PM
TuesdayTuesday, 8 AM–6 PM
WednesdayWednesday, 8 AM–6 PM
ThursdayThursday, 8 AM–6 PM
FridayFriday, 8 AM–6 PM
SaturdaySaturday, 9 AM–5 PM
SundaySunday, Closed

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About Fort Myers

Fort Myers (or Ft. Myers) is a city in and the county seat of Lee County, Florida, United States. The Census Bureau's Population Estimates Program calculated that the city's population was 92,245 in 2021, ranking the city the 370th-most-populous in the country. Together with the larger and more residential city of Cape Coral, the smaller cities of Fort Myers Beach, Sanibel, and Bonita Springs, the village of Estero, and the unincorporated districts of Lehigh Acres and North Fort Myers, it anchors the Cape Coral-Fort Myers, FL metropolitan statistical area (MSA) which comprises Lee County and has a population of 787,976 as of 2021. Fort Myers is a gateway to the Southwest Florida region and a major tourist destination within Florida. The winter estates of Thomas Edison ("Seminole Lodge") and Henry Ford ("The Mangoes") are major attractions. The city takes its name from a local former fort that was built during the Seminole Wars. The fort in turn took its name from Colonel Abraham Myers in 1850; Myers served in the United States Army, mostly the Quartermaster Department, in various posts from 1833 to 1861 and was the quartermaster general of the Confederate States Army from 1861 to 1864.Fort Myers has substantial African American and Latin American populations. Centennial Park downtown along the Caloosahatchee River, the IMAG History & Science Center, Calusa Nature Center and Planetarium, and other historical sites are among the attractions. == History == According to some historians, the Calusa capital was located near Fort Myers.

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