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Charlie's Auto Glass Pompano: 

Coral Springs Service Area

Coral Springs

Charlie’s Auto Glass Pompano is proud to offer services in Coral Springs and other surrounding areas, including but not limited to Boyton Beach, Delray Beach, Boca Raton, and more.  Charlie's Auto Glass Pompano is the #1 choice for the best auto glass repair, replacement and window services in the area. Just check out our Google reviews. 

 

We provide top-notch service to our clients. With over 60 years of proven success and experience in the auto glass repair industry we are the experts.  We can also accommodate your requests to perform repairs or replacements wherever you are within our service area.  Click here to request a free quote.  Whether you're looking for an auto glass repair company in Boca Raton, Pompano Beach, Plantation or Fort Lauderdale don’t look any further Charlie’s Auto Glass Pompano has got you covered.

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The City of Coral Springs is 24 square miles nestled in the north-west corner of Broward County. Known for our family atmosphere, thriving businesses, city recreational facilities, and top-rated schools. As one of the fastest growing cities, and now considered fully "built-out", it is hard to believe the very same land was merely a green bean farm and cattle field just 55 years ago.

Coral Springs has been unique from its inception as it is one of the first truly planned cities in Florida. Just 55 years ago successful Fort Lauderdale builders, James S. Hunt and Joe Taravella of Coral Ridge Properties, had the vision to create a planned city from the ground up. The first land purchase was for $1M for 3,860 acres of green bean crops and cattle fields. 

During early planning the Coral Springs builders wanted homes on ample lots and public buildings in a brick colonial style. They called for strict city code to maintain aesthetics. James Hunt was a showman. To draw interest in the land that was sometimes considered "too far out", they constructed a covered bridge and recruited talk show host Johnny Carson for a land sale BBQ. The event was a huge success, and later Carson himself purchased an investment plot of his own. Westinghouse purchased Coral Ridge Properties in 1966. They brought modern style and innovation to Coral Springs, with top-of-the-line appliances and features that were cutting edge. Though Hunt died in 1972 and Taravella in 1978, their vision lives on with continued innovative leadership and a community dedicated to progress. The succeeding leadership that has followed has been key to achieving those efforts.

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